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I heard recently about a new organization formed by a number of art museums 
to collectively license their images to educational institutions. They call 
the undertaking AMICO, for Art Museum Image Consortium, and they plan to 
develop a license agreement for educational use of museum digital content. 
They have a web site at

Has anyone heard anything about this? Apparently there will be opportunities 
for potential licensees to have input into the form of the license 
agreement. It appears that the effort is to provide educational institutions 
with the rights to do pretty much what they would like to do with museum 
images. What do folks think?

Georgia Harper
Univ. of Texas System
Office of General Counsel
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