Friday, May 10 • 9:00am - 10:10am
GLAM Lightning Talks

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GLAM collaborations and building an e-library from the scratch - There is a huge scarcity of e-libraries or Wikisources in regional Indic languages. This session aims to demonstrate the problems being faced by small Indic communities like ours to create e-libraries (local language Wikisources). Starting from digitization to OCR and proofreading of the texts, and then they are made available on our project to be downloaded in multiple formats - Stalinjeet Singh Brar, Gurlal Singh 

Open availability online & copyright at Sound and Vision: how content travels the world - We'll guide you through a brief history of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, the national Dutch archive (and interactive museum) for radio, television, film, photo, objects, video, websites, webvideo and more. Where do we come from, where do we go to, about digitization, about 10 years of open access and some lessons learned, how we deal with copyright and the use the flowchart online publication in our aim to make as much archive material available open online as we can and how we encourage reuse - Ruurd Blom 

Cooperative licensing for GLAM organisations - GLAM organisations used to contact copyright owners individually for permissions. We developed a contract to permit the re-use of artwork under a Creative Commons license for all GLAMs at once - Hanno Lans 

Mapping the contribution of Creative Commons in Science Journalism: The Latin American experience - When speaking about Open Science, we must also consider the experiences of dissemination of science journalism notes. The experiences of two Latin American outlets focused on science and the environment, such as SciDev.Net and LatinClima.Org, show that the content sharing licenses under Creative Commons help to create alliances with media in different countries and strengthen the dissemination of scientific data - Margaret López

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Ruurd Blom

Media Manager Collection Access, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Ruurd Blom works as a Media Manager on collection access at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, where he works since 2003. Ruurd is responsible for the workflows related to marking material as public domain and he has extensive knowledge of the collections of Sound and... Read More →
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Margaret López

Science Journalist | Contributor at SciDev.net Latin American Chapter | Enthusiast of Open Data and Data Journalism | On Twitter as @Jamsg
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Hanno Lans

data, Datascape

Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 10:10am WEST
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal