ReStore guidance materials:Interactive version

This section of the ReStore site provides general guidance for web resource authors, particularly those working on ESRC-funded research methods resources. These materials are being further developed and will be offered both in interactive format and as a downloadable handbook. Please bookmark the page and come back for further updates!

Introduction to sustainable web resources guidelines 
Objectives 
Who is it for? 
Why sustain web resources? 
Types of web resources 
Alternative initiatives focusing on archiving/preserving/sustianing online resources 
Assessment of web resource content quality 
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)  
Technical guiding principles for sustainable web resources 

Other useful materials on IPR

Download web resource author review form Or Access it online
Download academic review form Or Access it online
ReStore workshop:IPR & Legal considerations
Further readings on IPR (Intellectual Property Rights)
Download other guidance related documents

References
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