Does it work with Mukurtu CMS? Yes, the TK Labels have been embedded into Mukurtu CMS and can be easily used there. Does it work with Mukurtu CMS? http://localcontexts.mukurtu.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Mukurtu-CMS.mp3 AllAbout LabellingCollaborationIntellectual PropertyTraditional Knowledge (TK) Labels What is Mukurtu and how can I use it for my collection? What is an ethical guideline? What if my community’s collections are in multiple institutions? How do you initiate collaboration? What are the advantages of collaboration? Is collaboration necessary for labeling? How does the TK Label Adapter work? Does our community need to know where our collections are before labeling? What does this cost? Do I need special software? Does it work with Mukurtu CMS? How does this work in our CMS? What is a protocol? Who is a TK Holder? What is a TK Label? Who are the TK Labels for? Does labeling change anything legally? Are TK Labels legally binding? What does labeling do? Do we need to own material that we want to label? Can we customize the TK Labels according to our community needs? Can we customize the TK Labels according to our institution needs? What is Intellectual Property? What is copyright? What is a copyright holder? How long does copyright last? What if a work was made in the US but is held in an overseas institution? What is public domain? What is ‘in perpetuity’? What is Traditional Knowledge (TK)? What is the TK Label Adapter? What is a Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum of Agreement? Who is a TK User?