- Community Heritage Digitisation Offer: Frequently Asked Questions
Community Heritage Digitisation Offer: Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of having my/our publication digitised by State Library of Queensland (SLQ)?
What do I need to do to submit my/our publication?
Our society has a publication which we’d like to have digitised. How do we establish who owns the copyright?
I'd prefer to submit the Non-Exclusive Copyright Licence Agreement form online. Is there a way to do this?
Would I/we be transferring copyright ownership to State Library of Queensland?
Are there any physical requirements applying to submitted publications?
Are newsletters and other serial publications acceptable for this project?
What do the scanned publications look like? Do you have any examples?
Are there any costs involved?
Who would have access to my/our publication? How would it be discovered?
Does the publication I/we nominate need to be held in a State Library collection?
Is this offer limited to out of print publications?
Are unpublished documents acceptable?
Our publication is currently on sale to the public. Would our revenue stream be affected if we took advantage of this offer?
A PDF version of our/my publication already exists. Would it be suitable for the Community Heritage Digitisation Offer?
Is the offer limited to one publication per author?
I have some additional questions about the initiative. How do I contact you?