Paper discusses the handling of access and copyright restrictions on archival records in SFU AtoM (Access-to-Memory), SFU's online portal for descriptions of archival materials held at the university. AtoM is an open-source web-based software for archival description and access. The paper provides an overview of development work sponsored by SFU Archives to address the problem of managing access to born-digital archival materials that may contain sensitive personal or confidential information or include copyright-protected works authored by third-parties.
Includes slides and text of a paper presented at the annual conference of the Association of Canadian Archivists in Montréal, June 2016.
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