Discussion at Scottish Parliament Meetup

Discussion at Scottish Parliament Meetup

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    New Metadata and Digital Content Licensing Policy Post by Gill Hamilton, Digital Access Manager, National Library of Scotland The National Library of Scotland is working on procedures and guidance to support a new and developing Metadata and Digital Content Licensing policy. As part of this work the Library has released collection metadata associated with the First World War Official Photographs under a CC0 license more »

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    Edinburgh September Meetup at SCVO

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    Our Open Data Meetup at the Scottish Parliament

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