This is an example of an Attribution TK Label adapted by the Sq’éwlets people to be used in the Sq’éwlets Website Project.
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These are examples of TK Labels, including a TK Outreach Label, adapted by the Library of Congress and attached to the Passamaquoddy audio recordings in their Ancestral Voices Project. Click on image to enlarge.
TK Outreach (TK O)
Why Use This Label?
This Label should be used when you would only like your cultural materials used for educational outreach activities. Outreach activities means to share works outside the community in order to increase and raise awareness and education about your family, clan and/or community. Sites for outreach activities can include schools, universities, libraries, archives, museums, online forums, and small learning groups. Depending on what kind of context and the possibilities for increased circulation of this material, this Label helps TK holders and users to develop new possibilities in the fair and equitable reciprocal exchange for use of this material in outreach activities. This exchange might include access to educational or other resources that your community has difficulty accessing under other circumstances.
Each Label is meant to be customized by a community. See below for a Label template text.
TK Label Template Text
This Label is being used to indicate that this material is traditionally and usually not publicly available. The Label is correcting a misunderstanding about the circulation options for this material and letting any users know that this material can be used for educational outreach activities. This Label asks you to respect the designated circulation conditions for this material and additionally, where possible, to develop a means for fair and equitable reciprocal exchange for the use of this material with the relevant TK holders. This exchange might include access to educational or other resources that are difficult to access under normal circumstances.