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Monday, September 20
 

4:30pm UTC

Glitch Vacations
Glitch Vacations is an audiovisual performance by Flor de Fuego and Naoto Hieda - a journey through open webpages and platforms created by the artists and the community members. The generative video and sound consist of minimal elements - geometric shapes and sinusoidal waves - yet the modulation and collision of each element result in complex forms, namely a glitch. In the livestream, the artists perform as navigating through web pages, which are interlinked with each other; optionally, audience members can open a provided URL to participate in an interactive experience on their browser.

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avatar for Naoto Hieda

Naoto Hieda

Naoto Hieda is a Japanese artist. His research interest is in algorithmic and procedural expressions around neurodiversity, digital media, movements and analog fabrication. His works have been presented at Miraikan (Japan), Works/San Jose (US), Never Apart (Canada), Seoul Art Space... Read More →


Monday September 20, 2021 4:30pm - 5:00pm UTC
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4:30pm UTC

Wikibase: An Open Source and Free Tool to Power the Commons
Wikibase is a free, open source software developed and maintained by Wikimedia Deutschland. Originally developed to run the free knowledge base Wikidata, Wikibase is now being developed as a software product in its own right. Why? Because it is a free, flexible and collaborative software solution that allows users to set up and maintain their own linked database. Wikibase is increasingly being used by GLAM, government and research institutions to store and manage data. This talk will contain an introduction to Wikibase, showcases, how to get started, and our plans for the future.

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Georgina Burnett

Wikimedia Deutschland


Monday September 20, 2021 4:30pm - 5:00pm UTC
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6:30pm UTC

Collaboration in Medical Development: How Open Access and 3D-Printing Can Reshape Device Production
Glia works to develop, validate, & disseminate high-quality, open-access medical equipment for global use, especially in low-income, & low-resource communities. We provide open & equitable access to all work, data, & procedures while making software & hardware plans available to allow others to independently build high-quality, validated, safe, & affordable medical devices. Provision of inexpensive & modifiable devices will improve patient care by providing rural & disadvantaged communities with improved access to important life-saving, high-quality medical devices approved by Health Canada.

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Monday September 20, 2021 6:30pm - 7:00pm UTC
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7:00pm UTC

How Can Open Sharing and Privacy Coexist?
Every act of online sharing potentially implicates privacy concerns. Some believe this is an inevitability—that forgoing personal privacy is necessary when sharing content online. But CC still imagines a world where sharing and privacy can coexist and believes that this coexistence is paramount to sustaining free and democratic societies. How do we get there? Is a new legal tool a viable approach? This session will explore this and other questions facing the open movement when it comes to fundamental rights to privacy.

Speakers
avatar for Albert Fox Cahn

Albert Fox Cahn

Founder, Surveillance Technology Oversight Project
Albert Fox Cahn is the founder and executive director of Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP), and a fellow at the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at N.Y.U. School of Law. In addition to his work at S.T.O.P., Mr. Cahn serves on the Immigrant Leaders Council... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

General Counsel, Creative Commons


Monday September 20, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm UTC
virtual

9:30pm UTC

Fireside Chat: Marta Belcher, Filecoin Foundation, and Catherine Stihler, Creative Commons
Speakers
avatar for Catherine Stihler

Catherine Stihler

CEO, Creative Commons
Catherine Stihler OBE has been an international champion for openness as a legislator and practitioner for over 20 years.Born in Scotland, Catherine was educated at St Andrews University, where she was awarded a Master of Arts (MA) with Honours in Geography and International Relations... Read More →
avatar for Marta Belcher

Marta Belcher

General Counsel, Protocol Labs Chair of the Filecoin Foundation and the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web Special Counsel, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Marta Belcher is the General Counsel and Head of Policy at Protocol Labs and the Board Chair of the Filecoin Foundation and the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web. She also serves as special counsel to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Marta is a pioneer in cryptocurrency... Read More →


Monday September 20, 2021 9:30pm - 10:30pm UTC
virtual
 
Tuesday, September 21
 

8:30am UTC

Legal and Ethical Challenges to Sharing and Using GLAM Collections
Developments in artificial intelligence (AI) present exciting opportunities for GLAMs. While these opportunities are likely to propel GLAMs forward through their digital transformation, they also raise questions in the area of copyright, ethics, privacy and data protection that need to be clarified.
To analyze these issues, an interdisciplinary panel of legal and digital humanities experts, designers and computer scientists will discuss to what extent AI can be used in the GLAM sector to generate benefits in the public interest and how sustainable, ethical and prosocial uses can be developed.

Speakers
avatar for Yaniv Benhamou

Yaniv Benhamou

Professor of Law (Digital Law), attorney-at-law (intellectual property & privacy), University of Geneva
Yaniv Benhamou [chair of the interdisciplinary panel discussion on “legal and ethical challenges to sharing and using GLAM collections“] is Professor in digital law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva and attorney-at-law in a Swiss-based law firm. He is author of... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Kenderdine

Sarah Kenderdine

Professor, EPFL
avatar for Anthony Masure

Anthony Masure

Associate professor, Head of research, HEAD – Genève / HES-SO
Anthony Masure is the Head of Research at HEAD – Genève (Geneva University of Art and Design). His research focuses on social, political and aesthetic implications of digital technologies. He cofounded the research journals Réel-Virtuel and Back Office. His essay Design et humanités... Read More →
avatar for Brigitte Vezina

Brigitte Vezina

Creative Commons, Director of Policy, Open Culture and GLAM
Brigitte is the Director of Policy, Open Culture and GLAM at Creative Commons. Before joining CC, she worked for a decade as a legal officer at WIPO. Brigitte is a fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Universit... Read More →
avatar for Ariadna Matas

Ariadna Matas

Policy Advisor, Europeana Foundation
I contribute to the management and development of Europeana’s policies and frameworks with a strong focus on copyright, and support their implementation throughout the Europeana Network and across the sector. My background studies are in law, with a specialization in copyright law... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 8:30am - 9:30am UTC
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9:00am UTC

Implementing CC licensing for 3D at Sketchfab.com
Sketchfab.com is a huge community of over 5 million 3D artists, cultural organisations, educators, & brnds who post thousands of interactive 3D models everyday that go on to be viewed by millions of people online.

The Sketchfab Community Team will provide a look at how Sketchfab has implemented CC licensing for downloadable 3D content, how the platform educates creators and consumers about CC licensing, and will demonsrate various projects in which open licensing has been a key feature.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am UTC
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10:00am UTC

Flexible Approach of Learning in Inclusive Education
Flexible approach of learning is a teaching learning method which is applicable to inclusive classroom. Design of flexible learning suits to all learners in classroom... It is a flexible approach with innovative mode of delivery of content and useful for diverse learners in class It also helps to realize the various way of learning and its assessment. Flexible learning is not a goal in itself but to improve learning experiences and learning outcomes. It is a practice in regular classroom teaching to give the attention of all learners and their learning style and provide opportunities for them.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Madhuri Isave

Dr. Madhuri Isave

Asso.Professor.Tilak College of Education Pune INDIA


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:00am - 10:30am UTC
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10:30am UTC

Creative Commons for Privacy Commons: How CC can Inspire Creation of Legal Tools for Managing Privacy Issues on-line.
"The session aims to present a feasibility study resulting from the collaboration between the Italian Chapter of Creative Commons and the Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali). The aim is to create a system of licenses regulating the privacy issues online, inspired by the Creative Commons licenses system.
The study is also relevant for the copyright sector and for the use of CC licenses, considering the increasing linking between copyright, right of image, privacy right and personal data management.
"

Speakers
avatar for Deborah De Angelis

Deborah De Angelis

Italy Chapter Lead and Representative to the Global Network Council


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:30am - 11:00am UTC
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11:00am UTC

Is the ‘Rich-Club’ Effect Impoverishing Our Open Communities?
‘Rich-club’ behavior describes the phenomenon where contributors with a high number of collaborations are likely to cooperate with other well-connected individuals. This phenomenon has been prevalent in academia for decades, and recent research shows a similar trend emerging in the open knowledge community. We would like to engage in the co-discovery and unpacking of barriers and continue to support and grow an inclusive international community of open knowledge advocates, developers, and stakeholders interested in understanding and mitigating the effects of the ‘rich-club’ phenomenon.

Speakers
avatar for Max Mahmoud Wardeh

Max Mahmoud Wardeh

Founder, Open Knowledge Connective
Interested in finding ways to get people in different areas of open culture (education, software, hardware, media, archives) to collaborate and grow the movement.In the process of building the Open Knowledge Collaborative (www.okcollab.org) to help connect people with projects that... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Hutton

Sarah Hutton

Interim Dean, University Libraries, University of Massachusetts Amherst
I'm a librarian and doctoral candidate whose research focuses on open education and open educational practices (OEP). Member of the CC Global Network, GO-GN, and OE4BW collaborator. Also an artist and parent to human munchkins and fur babies.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm UTC
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12:30pm UTC

Care Protocols for a Better Internet for All
We want to engage participants and ourselves in learning and strategizing for ensuring that the harms perpetrated in the platform ecosystem are addressed with special regard to vulnerable communities and geographies that are not usually the focus of the news cycle. We will explore biased narratives by media platforms expounding solidarity, collaboration, while in reality they are breeding grounds for hate and abuse. With special regard to the role of the Open Movement in this process and the technologies we create will surface ideas that help nourish fair internet for all.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Mazgal

Anna Mazgal

EU Policy Advisor, Wikimedia
I work for Wikimedia as EU Policy Advisor based in Brussels, specialising in and platform regulation issues from the perspective of freedom of expression. I coordinated a working group for Wikimedia Movement strategy in advocacy. Previously I was head of policy at Centrum Cyfrowe... Read More →
avatar for Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Executive Director, Indigenous Friends Association
Alejandro is an academic and activist, who is currently working with organizations in Canada and Mexico deploying participatory and community-driven projects by/with/for Indigenous peoples. As a Ph.D. Candidate in the Joint Program of Communication & Culture at York University and... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 12:30pm - 1:30pm UTC
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1:00pm UTC

Open Content and Media Activism in Latin America
The session consists of an exchange of experiences between free culture activists and independent media from Latin America who produce content under Creative Commons licenses, or who want to do so, in order to learn about the open media projects underway, build common strategies and indentify networking possibilities.

Speakers
avatar for Jorge Gemetto

Jorge Gemetto

I am a member of the CC Uruguay team since 2013. In addition, I work on issues related to digital culture and free culture since 2010, in an online project called Ártica (https://www.articaonline.com). I am also a member of the Uruguayan chapter of Wikimedia.
avatar for Mariana Fossatti

Mariana Fossatti

I'm a sociologist, researcher, teacher and activist in feminism, free culture and digital rights. I live and work in Uruguay.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm UTC
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2:00pm UTC

Sustainability Strategies for Artists and Creative Professionals: How can CC licenses help?
Following up on last year's session, I will present the platform Copyright and Creative Work (https://creativework.creativecommons.pt), clarifying the relationship between copyright and cultural and creative sector's structures and dynamics. I will also explain the important role CC licenses can play in overcoming common sustainability challenges to artists and creative professionals. Participants will be invited to present their own challenges and together we will discuss possible strategies to overcome them, using real examples and offering some guidance for future work.

Speakers
avatar for Fátima São Simão

Fátima São Simão

Public Lead, CC Portugal
Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is a project developer/ strategist for the cultural and creative sector. For the past 12 years, she was head of business development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto, where she supported the development... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
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9:00pm UTC

A Conversation with Charles Landry
Catherine Stihler, CEO sat down with Charles Landry for a conversation on how Creative Commons can enable cities to use all their knowledge and data to serve citizens and the public interest. 

Tuesday September 21, 2021 9:00pm - 9:30pm UTC
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9:00pm UTC

Making Community Publishing Mainstream: A New Economic Model for Knowledge Production
We need a new economic model for knowledge production. One that is in alignment with products and data and no longer silos content due to misaligned incentives. To do so, we need open tools that put communities in control of their own publishing models. A growing number of groups are experimenting with creating their own review, curation, production, publication, and impact analysis processes. These models, which we call Community Publishing, can shift power from monolithic gatekeepers to communities of practice, creating a more equitable, effective, and sustainable knowledge-sharing ecosystem

Speakers
avatar for Travis Rich

Travis Rich

Head of Content, Knowledge Futures Group


Tuesday September 21, 2021 9:00pm - 9:30pm UTC
virtual

9:30pm UTC

State of Openverse: 2021
Openverse (previously CC Search) has joined the WordPress project and is excited to share a number of new features and improvements to the search engine home to nearly 1 billion Creative Commons licensed images.

Learn what lies ahead for the project and how you can contribute as both a user of openly-licensed media and as a contributor of open-source software.

Speakers
avatar for Zack Krida

Zack Krida

Team Lead on Openverse, Automattic


Tuesday September 21, 2021 9:30pm - 10:30pm UTC
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Wednesday, September 22
 

3:30am UTC

Does Creative Commons Licensed Content Pay, Especially Indigenous Language Content?
Majority of the world’s languages are spoken and not written. However, only 7% of the world’s knowledge is captured in publication. (WhoseKnowledge? 2019) Languages with limited resources face the risk of low content creation and low readership. Most such languages do not experience a content demand surge nor a faster growth of content producers. We will be demonstrating how and which socio-economic, policy-level and technical factors affect indigenous-language content, especially the Ho and Santali languages of India from research supported by Grant for the Web and Creative Commons CAF fund.

Speakers
avatar for Subhashish Panigrahi

Subhashish Panigrahi

O Foundation
Documentary filmmaker and long-time Openness advocate; Produced films on indigenous rights and in endangered languages; active over a decade in building open internet communities across Asia-Pacific. Former community manager at Wikimedia, Centre for Internet and Society, Mozilla and... Read More →
avatar for Prasanta Hembram

Prasanta Hembram

O Foundation
Santali Ol Chiki script lover, Tech enthusiast, love blogging, love plants, edits Wikipedia, Interested in translating open source applications in Santali language.


Wednesday September 22, 2021 3:30am - 4:00am UTC
virtual

4:00am UTC

Making Voices Heard: Challenges and Opportunities for Open Access Voice Technologies
We will present and discuss our findings from a study of the landscape of voice interfaces in India. The study, supported by Mozilla Corporation, also discusses possible policy and design interventions through the lenses of privacy of users, inclusion of non-English languages, and accessibility of interfaces. Through this session we would like to examine how open access voice data can help in making voice interfaces more accessible. The session will also seek to discuss with the participants the tradeoffs towards more accessible voice data, be it in the form of privacy or accuracy.


Wednesday September 22, 2021 4:00am - 5:00am UTC
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10:30am UTC

Project LaunchPad
Launchpad is an interactive game concept, funded by Grant for the Web that aims to playfully educate and enable internet users to successfully monetize their creations on the web. It will allow players to assume the role of a creator/maker, construct a scenario for releasing their content and pave their way into a successful monetization of their creations. This concept would popularize the lesser know and more equitable methods of monetization that use Interledger protocol and web monetization standards. Game will be released under CC BY-SA 4.0 to ensure higher reachability and open access.


Wednesday September 22, 2021 10:30am - 11:00am UTC
virtual

12:00pm UTC

Reimagining Wikidata from the Margins: Towards a Sustainable Future
Wikidata, Wikimedia's open knowledge database, is celebrating 9 years in 2021. Although the project intends to structure the sum of all human knowledge, we’re still missing Global South and other marginalized communities from the North - both in data and in contributors. Before WikidataCon 2021, the “Reimagining Wikidata from the margins” project is taking place as a series of discussions with underrepresented communities to collectively imagine how to decenter Wikidata to be more inclusive and fair in representing their own knowledge.

Speakers
EA

Érica Azzellini

Communications Manager, Wiki Movimento Brasil
avatar for Amanda Jurno

Amanda Jurno

Wiki Movimento Brasil


Wednesday September 22, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
virtual

2:00pm UTC

The Paradox of Open
In March 2021 we published the Paradox of Open, an essay in which we reflect on almost 20 years of involvement in the open movement. One of our key insights is that in today’s environment, openness serves as both a challenge to concentrations of power and its enabler. We want to bring our insights to the CC summit and explore possibilities for reimagining the role of openness in a digital environment that undergone fundamental changes since the emergence of Creative Commons and other champions of open in the early 2000s.

Speakers
DS

Derek Slater

Global Director of Information Policy, Google
CC Intern summer of 2003: https://web.archive.org/web/20030729211942/https://creativecommons.org/learn/features/illegalartOther things too e.g. https://www.communitytechnetwork.org/blog/volunteer-spotlight-derek-slater/
avatar for Nicole Ebber

Nicole Ebber

Director Movement Strategy & Global Relations, Wikimedia Deutschland
Nicole has joined Wikimedia Deutschland in 2010 and is shaping their collaboration and communication with the partner organisations from the Wikimedia movement. For several years, she has worked on the dynamics within the Wikimedia ecosystem in terms of shared responsibilities, movement... Read More →
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

Director of Policy, Open Future
Paul is the Policy Director at Open Future. He has almost 20 years of experience as a media activist, open policy advocate and systems architect to improve access to knowledge and culture. A political scientist by training, Paul has a deep understanding of the digital transformation’s... Read More →
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

Strategy Director, Open Future Foundation
I am the founder and president of Open Future Foundation, a think tank for the Open Movement. I am also a member of the Creative Commons Board of Directors, co-founder of Creative Commons Poland chapter, co-founder of Communia Association on the digital public domain, and member of... Read More →


Wednesday September 22, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
virtual

4:00pm UTC

Licensing Metadata Workshop
The License Stewardship team at Creative Commons would like to facilitate a workshop session around licensing metadata. Guiding questions include “what is metadata anyway?” (targeted towards beginners), “how can metadata serve institutional missions”, and “what do we need to get right in metadata for the discovery of open content”? This session is intended for anyone who works on digitizing open content, generally thinking about the storage and retrieval of open content, the use of (good) metadata for archiving purposes, and publishing and discovery platforms.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Tumadottir

Anna Tumadottir

Director of Product, Creative Commons
Talk to me about the cool technology work that we're doing at Creative Commons, and how you can get involved!
avatar for Brylie Christopher Oxley

Brylie Christopher Oxley

Web Engineer, Creative Commons
Brylie Christopher Oxley is a long-time advocate for free and open culture.  They have helped several non-profits and independent communities to adopt open-source software, where appropriate, to meet specific needs. In addition, Brylie contributes to numerous open-source projects... Read More →
avatar for Timid Robot Zehta

Timid Robot Zehta

Core Systems Manager, Creative Commons
Timid Robot is the Core Systems Manager at Creative Commons. Their responsibilities include Systems Administration and Information Technology. They brings over 15 years of professional experience empowering others’ use of technology and digital infrastructure. They have a BA in... Read More →


Wednesday September 22, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
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6:30pm UTC

Copyright Trolling or Legitimate License Enforcement?
In recent years, there has been an increase in threatened and actual litigation involving CC licensed works. While CC believes respecting the terms of the license is important, it also believes that enforcement should be reasonable and fair. This session will include various perspectives on the phenomenon around aggressive enforcement of CC licenses, and it will introduce CC’s latest measures to try to mitigate the harm from it, including new license enforcement principles.

Speakers
avatar for Daxton Stewart

Daxton Stewart

Professor, Texas Christian University
avatar for Andre Maingot

Andre Maingot

Senior Library Manager (Intellectual Property), The Open University
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

General Counsel, Creative Commons


Wednesday September 22, 2021 6:30pm - 7:30pm UTC
virtual

9:00pm UTC

CC + NFT
What are NFTs? How do digital artists use NFTs + Creative Commons licenses to monetize meme culture and other reproduction encouraged mediums? How might NFTs as access keys impact library science? Other NFT technologies relevant to Creative Commons at the time of the Global Summit.

Speakers
avatar for Kyle Smith

Kyle Smith

Founder, CEO, Inventor, SeedTreeDB
Building Public goods: (Gitcoin) KERNEL KB3 Fellow @KERNEL0x, @Lex_DAO Guild Legal Engineer.The presentation will be based on this post: https://ca.creativecommons.net/2021/08/09/copyright-as-a-public-good-cc-nft-value-creation/


Wednesday September 22, 2021 9:00pm - 9:30pm UTC
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Thursday, September 23
 

8:30am UTC

Sustainable Environmmetnal Education and Best Practices Integrating Human Values & Ethics
Open educational tools by Stakeholders for the Environment towards Climate Change
Educate for UNESCO’s Sustainable Developmental goals and require multidisciplinary framework to target ecological issues worldwide. Currently, the areas covered are best practices with STEM education for the environment, Human values integrated lessons for Primary schools, Special eco related projects and lessons which will direct facilitators, teachers and project partners to integrate ethics related practices and lessons. Images, games, tools for OER can be included in this platform



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Thursday September 23, 2021 8:30am - 9:00am UTC
virtual

9:30am UTC

Uwazi: Swahili for Openness
Uwazi is a web-based database platform developed by HURIDOCS that allows human rights defenders and the wider Commons to preserve, organize and analyze collections of information. At HURIDOCS, we design and build reusable open-source software tools that address common field-specific challenges because we believe technology can alleviate binding constraints on organizations’ ability to handle and organize information; free staff and volunteers from having to perform time-consuming tasks; support cooperation and powerful analysis; and address specific localization and security needs of persons and institutions.

Speakers
avatar for Nancy Yu

Nancy Yu

Director of Programmes, HURIDOCS (Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems)
avatar for Natasha Todi

Natasha Todi

Programme Officer, HURIDOCS (Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems)
avatar for Lauren L. Finch

Lauren L. Finch

Programme Manager, HURIDOCS (Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems)
avatar for Menna El Massry

Menna El Massry

Programme Officer, HURIDOCS (Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems)



Thursday September 23, 2021 9:30am - 10:00am UTC
virtual

10:00am UTC

Let us Show what Open Can Do
With three websites we at OpenDenmark are looking for new ways to show and tell about the power of open. In this session we will show you the status and experiences from our efferts.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Leth

Peter Leth

Educational Advisor, Skoletube
Peter Leth is an educational consultant and teacher. He is an expert in the didactics of media and a co-founder of Skoletube (English: Schooltube). Peter currently works as chairman of the associations OpenDenmark and Creative Commons Denmark. Additionally, he has developed digital... Read More →


Thursday September 23, 2021 10:00am - 10:30am UTC
virtual

12:00pm UTC

Creative NFTs: Using Blockchain Technology and NFTs to Support Creative Commons
With NFTs, authors can create "authentic" copies of a digital work which can be sold as 'originals', even though anyone else can freely reproduce and redistribute the 'non-original' copies of the same work.
The Creative-NFTs initiative aims to go one step further, leveraging the digital scarcity established by NFTs in order to promote digital abundance, encouraging authors and creators to maximize the dissemination of their digital works, as well as to facilitate the reproduction and the remix of these works.

Speakers
avatar for Primavera De Filippi

Primavera De Filippi

Researcher & Faculty Associate, CERSA/CNRS and Berkman-Klein Center / Harvard
Primavera De Filippi is a Permanent Researcher at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris, a Faculty Associate at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and a Visiting Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the... Read More →


Thursday September 23, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
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2:00pm UTC

Creative Commons License Stewardship: 20 Years and Beyond
On the 20th anniversary of Creative Commons, CC is reflecting on the historical development and maintenance of its licenses and legal tools, and thinking about what long-term license stewardship looks like. How do we ensure sufficient care and investment is given to these core community resources, even (or especially) when they are no longer the shiny new thing? This session will serve as the launching point for a wider public consultation about the values and responsibilities that CC should uphold in its role as license steward. 



Speakers
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

General Counsel, Creative Commons


Thursday September 23, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm UTC
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Friday, September 24
 

12:00pm UTC

My Intention Is... To Share
More and more content creators like musicians, photo-/videographers, bloggers and journalists are dependent on digital platforms to host and share their content. Most of the power to decide who can upload, under which conditions is exercised through a lengthy Terms of Service page. Online legal documentation created by legal teams to protect the digital platform, not per se to support makers.

We need your input to improve a new tool we are building, TakeNode(.org). Would you like to empower creators? Or just want to see and test what we have built so far? And why? Join us!

Update
On Sep 22 we shared TakeNode with a group of designers, activists, coders, students and social hackers. They really like the simplicity and the effort to transform something really boring (copyright law, terms of use, license agreements) into a 30-60 second effort to protect creative works before uploaded to the internet. Some questions we can maybe reuse during this session:
  • Will you offer this tool in other languages except EN/NL so it becomes more accessible to creatives around the world?
  • Can you take the open source code & structure from this tool and replace the generic licenses/intentions with CC licenses? How will this benefit the CC world?
  • Are there content sharing platforms (e.g. the ones who have to comply with new copyright laws) showing interest in copy/pasting the mechanism as part of their upload procedure?
  • Can this tool be used for public domain works / GLAM? Can we replace the "content creator" with "archivist" or any other professional  responsible for a collection of digital works?
  • You are using a clever way to offer content creators a 'verified by' status but how can you scale this to other parts of Europe, America... the world? 
  • Is Google interested to use this for content uploaded to YouTube?
  • Who will own this initiative and how can you safeguard I can do a reverse lookup in 10 years' time and still find the metadata of the work, rightsholder, timestamp etc. ?
Of course, you are invited to play with the tool: https://www.takenode.org before you join this session.
Some basic examples of how content + TakeNode end up on Twitter, Flickr and YouTube can be found here: https://twitter.com/TakeNodeOrg

L
et's use this document to collaborate / share ideas:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xmMEW2Y6sVz6GP3PFxr28dNcWnz8uFrEDp5zISbgVms/edit?usp=sharing


Speakers
avatar for Hessel van Oorschot

Hessel van Oorschot

Chairman, Open Nederland
I am energized to share lessons learned and participate in open dialogues and projects to empower content creators around the world. What's TakeNode about? It's a team effort of multiple organizations to help content creators safely share their content on digital platforms e.g. Flickr... Read More →



Friday September 24, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm UTC
virtual

4:30pm UTC

Project #OPENEDUCATION - Teaching and Learning in Perfect Harmony
“The principal goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done; men and women who are creative, inventive and discoverers, who can be critical and verify, and not accept, everything they are offered.” ~Jean Piaget

Curriki and Red Hat are collaborating to launch OpenLearnX - the Education Technology Commons. We envision a community where educators, learners and organizations can build, share, publish, and re-use active, open learning resources, and participate in open learning practices at a global scale.

Speakers
avatar for Leonardo Cunha

Leonardo Cunha

CTO, Curriki
I am fanatical about the value of open learning, interoperability, and the value of extending education so it is accessible and free to all students who need or want it.Before coming to Curriki, I led systems architecture and product management roles for SIS, assessment, and learning... Read More →



Friday September 24, 2021 4:30pm - 5:30pm UTC
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6:00pm UTC

You’re Allowed to Remix it, but can You? Exploring Portability: The Measure of how far OER can Travel
“Remixing,” as one of the “5R’s,” is one of the key advantages of Open Educational Resources (OER). But can most of the OER being produced today actually be remixed?

In this session, open advocates Learning Equality will lead an investigation into portability: the quality that determines whether digital content is able to reach as many audiences around the world as possible.

We’ll invite participants to evaluate their own or others’ resources with regards to a portability checklist, create indicators collaboratively, and explore ramifications for evaluators, creators, and technologists.

Speakers
avatar for Vahid Masrour

Vahid Masrour

Curriculum Operations Specialist, Learning Equality


Friday September 24, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm UTC
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