- Viewing GloPAD Records
- Permissions, Credits, and Using Digital Objects
- Multilingual Viewing
- Viewing 3-D Models
Viewing GloPAD Records
The search results display in a table of thumbnail images with a line or two of information from each record (e.g. GloPAD ID, piece name, component type, or names of the people represented). Click on either the ID number or the thumbnail image to display the full record of information. Click on hyperlinked names to view further records of information about related pieces, productions, and people.
- See also the demo movie on searching GloPAD
While in the full record, click on the thumbnail or the "image" tab to access the digital object, which may be a still image, audio or video recording, or 3-D model.
We are developing features for browsing by performing arts genre, geographical region, and time period, in addition to advanced search options. Please contact us with suggestions for specific browse and search mechanisms that you would like us to include.
Permissions, Credits, and Using Digital Objects
Every digital object record on GloPAD contains information on how you may use the digital object under the heading "Rights and Ordering Information." If an object record does not include a rights statement or ordering information, please contact GloPAC.
- The rights statement tells you how you may reproduce the digital object. Whether you may use the object freely, only for temporary, non-commercial, and educational purposes, or may not reproduce the object at all.
- The credit line gives you a short line of text with which to acknowledge the copyright owner when reproducing the digital object, such as in a lecture presentation or an article. For example:
Credit Line: Courtesy of Karen Brazell; all rights reserved.
- The ordering information gives you the contact information of the copyright owner. Contact this person if you want to use the object for a purpose not mentioned in the rights statement. Owners will generally have high-resolution versions of an object. For example:
Ordering Information: Contact Karen Brazell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multilingual Viewing and Searching
GloPAD works in Unicode. If you experience problems viewing text in Russian, Japanese, German, or Chinese, make sure your browser encoding is set to UTF-8. For searching in non-roman scripts use the text search on the Search/Browse page. See the demo movie on using the GloPAD text search.
- Browser set-up instructions for viewing non-Roman scripts:
Mac browsers: http://www.alanwood.net/unicode/macbrowsers.html
Mac OSX browsers: http://www.alanwood.net/unicode/macbrowsers_osx.html
Viewing 3-D models
In order to view the 3-D models on GloPAD, your browser must have a plug-in installed that allows you to view VRML files. The National Institute of Standards and Technology Web site lists such downloadable plug-ins by operating system and browser.