Introduction to Managing Digital Assets
by Diane M. Zorich, Eleanor E. Fink
Publisher: Oxford University Press 1999
Number of pages: 168
Introduction to Managing Digital Assets reviews the traditions of rights administration and content distribution in various creative sectors, and identifies common structures and functions within these organizations. The book explores the relationships among the provider, the rightsholder, and the user, highlighting issues of particular relevance to cultural and educational communities.
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