State Library of Oregon Digital Collections contains publications on all aspects of Oregon history and culture, with an emphasis on Oregon state government publications.
Metadata: The metadata is free to use. Most of the metadata originates as MARC21 (available in WorldCat), and all metadata is stored as MODS and Dublin Core in Islandora.
Vocabularies, identity management, rights statements, and classification scheme used include:
MARC records for State Government Publications are also freely available for download on the State Library website.
Harvesting: An OAI-PMH feed is available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Digitization: Access files for publications in Islandora are PDFs. For more details about specifications for in-house digitization, see the State Library of Oregon minimum digitization standards below. (Note, however, that many of the publications collected and preserved in State Library of Oregon Digital Collections are born-digital.)
Access has been provided to digital items that are in the public domain, that are deemed to be protected under fair use, or that the State Library of Oregon has permission to make accessible.
These are examples of rights statements and situations in State Library of Oregon Digital Collections.
No Copyright - United States (http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/)
Copyright Not Evaluated (http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/)
In Copyright (http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/)
Educational Use Permitted (http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-EDU/1.0/)
Non-Commercial Use Permitted (http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-NC/1.0/)
It is the responsibility of the user to determine the copyright status and seek permission from the rights holder where appropriate. Items in the public domain may be used freely and without restrictions.
We affirm the right of individuals to have permanent public access to publications of Oregon state government. Because of our commitment to preserving the integrity and authenticity of state government publications, we do not correct errors, inaccuracies, or potentially offensive language, or redact content unless there are legal concerns or significant risks to privacy.
Most publications in State Library of Oregon Digital Collections fall under the statutory definition of public documents (ORS 357.004 (3) (a)).
We recognize that some publications may contain personally identifying information. Before the advent of the internet, personally identifying information may have been included because it would not have been widely disseminated. We will evaluate such information as we encounter it during digitization.
If you hold the rights to materials in our digitized collections that are unattributed, please let us know at email@example.com so that we may maintain accurate information about these materials.
If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found material on the State Library of Oregon Digital Collections site without your permission (or is not covered by a copyright exception under US copyright laws) and believe our inclusion of this material violates your rights, please contact us in writing and include the following:
Upon receipt of a request, State Library of Oregon staff will:
The Library may work with the State of Oregon Attorney General’s Office to make determinations about appropriate use. Depending on these determinations, the Library may restrict access to the work(s) in question or remove them from its systems. Removing the work(s) in question will result in the Library ceasing to provide long-term preservation resources to the digitized content.