The TK Notice is a visible digital identifier applied by researchers or institutional/repository staff. The TK Notice recognizes that there could be accompanying cultural rights, protocols and responsibilities that need further attention for future sharing and use of this material.
The text for the TK Notice cannot be changed. An optional Notice use-statement can be applied for publication or for additional information including contact information.
To use the TK Notice, you will need to register with the Local Contexts Hub which will generate your TK Notice, connect project metadata to it, and send a notification about the use to the relevant community. To register for the Local Contexts Hub, click here.
Why use the TK Notice?
This Notice should be used to recognize that place-based knowledge carries accompanying cultural rights and responsibilities and that appropriate permissions may need to be sought for future use of this material.
TK Notice Text
The TK Notice is a visible notification that there are accompanying cultural rights and responsibilities that need further attention for any future sharing and use of this material. The TK Notice may indicate that TK Labels are in development and their implementation is being negotiated. For more information about the TK Notice click here.
How to Apply the TK Notice
Applying for the TK Notice is through the Local Contexts Hub here.
For a helpful TK Notice Style and Usage Guide, click here.