ARROW is a system developed with financial support from the European Commission jointly by representatives of authors, publishers, RROs and libraries, including IFRRO, that streamlines the process of identifying rights, rights status – whether the work is potentially orphan, is in or out of commerce or in or out of copyright - and authors, publishers and other rightholders in a copyright work. It will be presented at the London Book Fair on 17 April at 11:30 at the seminar Go digital now! Quick and easy digitization with the ARROW rights information system. This seminar will give an overview of the current legal landscape in Europe and the challenges facing libraries in large-scale digitisation projects, the benefits of using the ARROW system, and an example of the ARROW system in action at the Wellcome Trust.
ARROW seminar at the London Book Fair
Further information on the event is available here.
A description of the event can be found here.