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Thursday, May 9
 

8:00am

Newbie Breakfast
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
"Pick big fights with your enemies, not small fights with your friends." Copyright, CC licenses, open government, data, education, and open access. Public domain, policy. Espresso. Bicycles.


Thursday May 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:55am
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

8:00am

Breakfast
Thursday May 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
5th Floor Foyer, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-352 Lisboa, Portugal

8:00am

Faces of the Commons Photobooth
Come have your photo taken by professional photographer Sebastiaan ter Burg which will be incorporated into our Faces of the Commons photo project.

Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
4th Floor Foyer

8:00am

Registration
Thursday May 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Main Floor

8:00am

Prayer Space / Quiet Space
Thursday May 9, 2019 8:00am - 2:55pm
1st Floor, Lounge, Museu Do Oriente 1350-279 Lisbon, Portugal

8:15am

Chair Yoga
During this session you will be practising yoga from the comfort of your own chair!
Traditional exercises are adapted so you can receive the benefits of the yoga practice without leaving your seat. The session includes breath work to release tension, improve your concentration and creativity, and postures to improve the flexibility of the spine, strengthen key postural muscles as well as giving you an energy boost to start your day.
The practice does not require special clothes or yoga mat.

Speakers
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Cristina Gondar (Hari Om Kaur)

Cristina Gondar (Hari Om Kaur) has been teaching yoga for over 10 years, first in London and now in Lisbon where she lives. Previously, she worked in rural development projects in different countries in Africa and lived several years in the UK. She is also a Zen Shiatsu therapist... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 8:15am - 8:45am
5th Floor Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Do you use OpenGLAM? Help review shared #OpenGLAM principles
In this session we will focus on presenting the results of the survey around the "OpenGLAM" Principles. Since their publication in 2013, the Open GLAM principles offered a declaration of intention to build a community of practice which helps GLAMs share their collections with the world.

In the last five years, the OpenGLAM community has become more global, adopted more tactics and strategies for integrating openness into institutions. But do the principles reflect this change? This session will explore the results of the survey and paths forward to collectively discuss them.

Background materials:
Medium Post. OpenGLAM Principles: Ways forward to open access for cultural heritage.
Full survey available here.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NUMqfwPyHcq5XTruifmp6OmpQ3FAbpVRbVxVT_vPL00/edit

Moderators
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.
avatar for Alex Stinson

Alex Stinson

Project Manager, The Wikipedia Library
Alex Stinson is a digital humanist and Wikipedian currently located in Kansas. He currently works as the Project Manager for The Wikipedia Library at the Wikimedia Foundation, where he supports libraries, publishers, and other knowledge holding institutions, like those supporting... Read More →

Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Wikimedia Movement: the Jungle of Organizations and Projects
This session introduces participants to all the open projects under the umbrella of the Wikimedia Movement. The session gives special attention to the different ways the audience can utilize the projects. Suggestions are supported by examples from around the Wikimedia Movement. The goal is to give the audience different ways in which they can use their different expertise for the benefit of worldwide open projects such as Wikipedia, for example.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HHA0CuidqfKoEWlIFrAKBnfVQjoy3Oaje6SXSeKmyvM/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Matej Grochal

Matej Grochal

Matej Grochal is a teacher by trade who has worked on Wikipedia for nearly a decade. Other projects followed suit: he is active on Commons and Wikidata. He has been involved in the leadership of Wikimedians of Slovakia, the local branch of the Wiki movement in Slovakia where he (co)organized... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Open Storytelling
Join us for a highly informal and highly experimental exploration of open storytelling. We will review the basics of a great story, and provide a variety of materials to make sense of stories we tell ourselves, stories we tell others, and stories we will tell in the future.

All visual content is open/CC0/public domain, and provided by CC Search. Prompts are derived from public works (famed Lisbon poet Fernando Pessoa) and from Futurist/Design duo Stuart Candy and Jeff Watson’s generative system The Thing From The Future.

Accessibility: High. Minimal use of English. Mostly Visual (Photographs). Participation in your preferred language/approach highly encouraged!

This workshop/experience is inclusive by design. We want the workshop to attract as diverse a range of participants as possible and we believe that our workshop will be attractive to anyone attending the summit as storytelling is a universal tool. Since we will be working with photos, participants with limited English will be able to participate. We will also have sound and writing optional components - in this way we can incorporate a wide number of individuals and their needs. Content will be acquired from the worldwide CC licensed body of work or the public domain

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/15QPX4TJ_lotkS1OPBD-IpJxXaT3xQYE7lTrMhwR-dTk/edit

Speakers
avatar for Gryphon Theriault-Loubier

Gryphon Theriault-Loubier

Gryphon Theriault-Loubier is the inaugural entrepreneur in residence at 10C, a social change lab, and founder of Thero Management, a company dedicated to designing and launching the next generation of organizations. Gryphon was a founding member of the newly formed CC Canada. Gryphon... Read More →
avatar for Erin MacIndoe Sproule

Erin MacIndoe Sproule

Director, Anthroscope Media
I am a Canadian media artist and educator. In my work I create documentary films, audio projects, podcasts and mixed media works. As an educator I collaborate with community groups and governmental organizations nationally and internationally to facilitate storymaking processes... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Opening Africa
The Creative Commons Africa Chapters and individuals are collaborating on a session which will highlight various achievements, current projects, future projections and the challenges of open advocacy experienced thus far within the various regions/countries. We hope that after the session, there shall be a larger awareness about activities within the continent as well as the individual presenting chapters. Our aim is to work at fostering an environment of inter-continental collaboration which may greatly impact and benefit the African open movement.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/15ehWXaOhfaIQnUOr0vFRGzManOQLj3oMnG0-C-TPN0k/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kayode Yussuf

Kayode Yussuf

Tech Lead, Creative Commons Nigeria
Kayode serves as Tech Lead for Creative Commons Nigeria
avatar for Emmanuel Malongo

Emmanuel Malongo

Technologist, The Open University of Tanzania
Experienced ICT Consultant, Designer, Developer and Trainer with a demonstrated technical and teaching abilities in information technology and services industry. Skilled in Web Design & Development, User Experience, Content Management Systems, Server Installation and Configuration... Read More →
avatar for Liz Oyange

Liz Oyange

Copyright Specialist, Aga Khan University
Copyright
avatar for Kamel Belhamel

Kamel Belhamel

Professor of Chemistry / DOAJ managing Editor, University of Bejaia / CC Algeria
Kamel Belhamel is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Bejaia in Algeria, a head of Organic Materials Laboratory and Editor in Chief of Algerian Journal of Natural Products (E-ISSN: 2353-0391 : http://univ-bejaia.dz/ajnp). His scientific activities are focused on the... Read More →
avatar for Aristarik Maro

Aristarik Maro

Senior Librarian/Lecturer, The Law School of Tanzania
Aristarik Maro is currently a Public Lead - CC Tanzania Chapter who started as a CC Volunteer since 2006, working with the Higher Education Institutions in Tanzania and the East Africa Community partner states for more than 15 years now. He is currently works as Assistant lecturer... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Palestine Open Maps Mapathon
A workshop to introduce Palestine Open Maps (palopenmaps.org), and to actively engage participants in the collective process of digitizing the information contained within a series of highly detailed historic maps from the British mandate period (1922-48). These maps, now in the public domain, offer a vivid snapshot of a human and natural geography almost unrecognizable on the ground today, including population centers, roads, railways, topographic features and tens of thousands of sites of interest.
Participants should bring a laptop (and a mouse) if possible!

Session notes:
 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XOFrh20dujvdbpgiDGamo3bR91-WVIdBcf-Wwsjsmn8/edit

Speakers
avatar for Majd Al-shihabi

Majd Al-shihabi

Bassel Khartabil Free Culture Fellowship
avatar for Ahmad Barclay

Ahmad Barclay

Founding Partner, Visualizing Palestine
I am an architect, visual communicator and product designer actively engaged in a variety of projects involving data visualization, visual storytelling and learning through play.I have facilitated courses and workshops based on my experiences in cities including Beirut, London, Amman... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 10:55am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

How to win the (c) wars?
Many of us have been involved in advocating for commons-friendly copyright law reform in countries. There's been some progress, but many setbacks.

We're putting together a panel of people who have been in the trenches of copyright law reform from around the world to share their experiences, war stories, wins and losses and what strategies we need going forward, with an eye toward providing some thoughts or suggestions on what Creative Commons the org and network can do in this space.

After the expert panel discussion, we'll have opportunities for open conversation and reaction from other participants in the room.

We'll also get a report back from the CC Global Network copyright law reform survey to understand who is involved and on which issues.

At the end we will have the opportunity to preview other relevant summit sessions where this talk and action will be carried forward. 

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/14NeaI4TzA_DrzD9pY8iEi1J7j9po8mz9YjhWhCZRRLA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sasha Moss

Sasha Moss

Senior Director, Re:Create Coalition
Sasha is a senior director at Insight Public Affairs, focusing on policy advocacy, stakeholder and coalition management, and digital messaging and organizing on technology policy. With a reputation as one of the smartest and most savvy policy wonks in the technology field, she has... Read More →
avatar for Beatriz Busaniche

Beatriz Busaniche

President of the Vía Libre Foundation, Argentina.Master in Intellectual Property. Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and FLACSO Argentina.She is a professor of Human Rights and Intellectual Property in FLACSO and of Right to Culture in the Faculty of Economic Sciences of... Read More →
avatar for Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn

Assoc Dir, Program on Info Justice and IP
Sean Flynn teaches courses on the intersection of intellectual property, trade law, and human rights and is the Associate Director of the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP). At PIJIP, Professor Flynn designs and manages a wide variety of research and... Read More →
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

COMMUNIA
EU digital policy nerd, recovering copyright reform activist. Co-founder of COMMUNIA, former director of Kennisland, former CC board member, Europeana policy advisor. I work on creating a more equitable and democratic digital environment. Depending on the task at hand, I can shape-shift... Read More →
avatar for Carolyn Hough

Carolyn Hough

Executive Director, Policy Australia Pty Ltd
I'm the Founder and Executive Director of Policy Australia Pty Ltd. I work with clients helping them navigate copyright, internet and media law and policy - and try to have fun along the way!I work with educational peak bodies, tech companies like Google and Netflix, and organisations... Read More →
avatar for Delia Browne

Delia Browne

National Copyright Director, National Copyright Unit
Delia joined the CC Board of Directors in 2018. She is a highly respected copyright lawyer and policy advocate who leads the National Copyright Unit (NCU) providing specialist copyright advice to Australian Schools and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes with a focus... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 10:55am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

CC Open Education Platform
Abstract: This is the annual in-person meeting of the CC Open Education Platform. All are welcome to join.

Main Slide Deck
Hewlett Slides
Wikimedia Slides

Session notes

Agenda:
  • Welcome
  • 10 second introductions: everyone in the room
  • CC Strategy: Why are the Platforms Important?
  • Open Education Platform: how to join, what have we done, next steps
  • CC Certificate Scholarship Program
  • As platform members start to consider what activities to work on together, we've invited some speakers to talk about possible collaborations.
    • Shani Evenstein: Wikimedia
    • Christer Gundersen: Norwegian Digital Learning Arena
    • Jan Neumann: OER World Map
  • Angela DeBarger: William and Flora Hewlett Foundation: Hewlett Open Education Strategy
  • Q&A

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
"Pick big fights with your enemies, not small fights with your friends." Copyright, CC licenses, open government, data, education, and open access. Public domain, policy. Espresso. Bicycles.
avatar for Doralyn Rossmann

Doralyn Rossmann

Head of Digital Library Initiatives, Montana State University
Academic Librarian, CC-Certificate Facilitator, recent participant in the Open Textbook Network's Open Educational Resources certificate program. Curious about the role of certificates in the open movement. Let's talk!
avatar for Jonathan Poritz

Jonathan Poritz

Assoc. Prof of Math & Data Analyst, Center for Teaching and Learning, Colorado State University-Pueblo
Talk to me about: open pedagogy, making OER the default, OER and student success, OER and academic freedom, FLOSS, OER and equity, JITERs, oerXiv.org, crypto (ask me about blockchains if you want to see someone's head explode in slow-motion), quantum computation, differential geometry... Read More →
avatar for Shani Evenstein Sigalov

Shani Evenstein Sigalov

The Wikimedia Movement
avatar for Jan Neumann

Jan Neumann

Head of Legal Affairs and Organisation, Project Manager of the OER World Map Project, North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre
I`m looking at OER from an systems thinking point of view. Special fields of interest are OER policy making and OER in libraries. I'm the project manager of the hbz OER World Map project and blog about OER on www.oersys.org.
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Angela DeBarger

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
avatar for Christer Gundersen

Christer Gundersen

Chief technology officer, Global Digital Library
Christer Gundersen is a technology enthusiast working to unlock the full potential of the internet by promoting a free and open web. Christer works as the CTO of the Global digital library(GDL). The GDL is being developed to increase the availability of high-quality mother tongue... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:00am - 10:55am
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:30am

The OpenCast - A Creative Commons’ Podcast
This session will feature different speakers and attendees sitting with me and guest hosts to discuss the program, the issues arising from those sessions, and giving their own experiences in the world of open and their takeaways from the summit as well.  

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1brrOvN0iBf8CNTmqx3VuBNdW1bJ3tVEXk-guxCEKyEE/edit

Speakers

Thursday May 9, 2019 9:30am - 11:30am
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45am

Creating Big Open in Bangladesh: Stereotypes, Commitments and Actions
Education at tertiary level in Bangladesh is highly expensive in general whenever the students go for using copyrighted study resources. Spending on copyrighted study resources limits the access to study resources and makes the use of pubic fund inefficient. The proposal highlights the Scope for creating and adopting OER (under CC Licenses) in secondary and higher education programs in Bangladesh, The role of open policies in promoting the open culture in Bangladesh, The commitments and actions for strengthening open movement in Bangladesh.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HWKx-5gcE7UdSVkcStvUJuH_8cXwWFPc52dnNRmc-jE/edit

Speakers
avatar for Mostafa Azad Kamal

Mostafa Azad Kamal

Dean, School of Business, Bangladesh Open University/CC Bangladesh
ABOUT ME!I am a Professor in International and Development Economics. I am currently working as the Dean of the School of Business at Bangladesh Open University. My core area of work is International and Development Economics. I also work as an instructional designer in ODL, Elearning... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:45am - 10:25am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45am

Opening Collections from the South: heritage digitization in Latin America
In this session, we aim to explore from different perspectives some of the challenges for digitization practices and policies in Latin America, and explore if there are some commonalities with other countries from the Global South. How can we design strategies, policies and practices that allow us to bring cultural heritage into the digital realm with open access policies?

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1M7wb5uHVt_HKAKN_U6sMzhWNf_KdfPMtdXYcp6RnwUA/edit

Moderators
avatar for Mariana Valente

Mariana Valente

Director, InternetLab
CC-Brazil coordinator and GNC representative. I am also the director of InternetLab, where I do research around human rights and the Internet; Internet regulation; Gender and Tech; Access to knowledge and Copyright.

Speakers
avatar for Juliana Monteiro

Juliana Monteiro

GLAM projects representative, Creative Commons Brazil
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.
avatar for Maria Juliana Soto

Maria Juliana Soto

Researcher / CC Colombia, Karisma Foundation
avatar for Patricio Velasco

Patricio Velasco

Researcher, Derechos Digitales


Thursday May 9, 2019 9:45am - 10:40am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

Building the Commons Lightning Talks: CC around the World
CCWorld Commons Media Network  - CCWorld is a net of festivals around the world whose aim is to share, extend and promote audiovisual works that follow openness and free culture criteria. A network of free adhesion and peer collaboration on a global scale for local action and transformation - Fernando Paniagua , Andreu Meixide

Grassroots awareness and the impact of Civic Tech in Nepal - Nepal made a significant improvement in the field of Openness, especially in Open Data. The government showed some commitment by starting a discussion and made some notable decision to promote the culture of collaboration. This was made possible because of the active participation of CSOs and grassroots awareness. Civic technology has been the backbone, projects like Open Data Nepal, AskNepal, NepalMap etc are making an impact. In the session, I will share how we can run the grassroots awareness to create an inclusive ecosystem and use civic technology to develop reliable products - Nikesh Balami

Using offline tools to build open content and introducing CC - This session will introduce WikiFundi, an open-source editing platform that provides an offline editable environment with a similar experience to editing Wikipedia or Vikidia online. WikiFundi provides the ability for teachers, Wikipedian communities and NGOs working in the knowledge space to learn about editing Wikipedia and contributing knowledge when internet access and electricity outages fail or are not available at all - Florence Devouard

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H3UgtLC5nQElJnnhHl4_QNKWr2ihCB_9V2jIKU-BVgA/edit


Speakers
avatar for Nikesh Balami

Nikesh Balami

CEO, Open Knowledge Nepal
Nikesh is a civic entrepreneur, open data advocate and tech researcher. He is the co-founder and CEO of Open Knowledge Nepal – a non-profit civic tech organization comprised of openness aficionados. He is a strong supporter of open source software and believes in the vision of Open... Read More →
avatar for Andreu Meixide

Andreu Meixide

Coordinator, BccN Barcelona CC Film Festival
Andreu Meixide is a Filmmaker, Cultural Programmer and Architect. He is co-director of BccN Barcelona Creative Commons Film Festival, founder of CC World Media Commons Media Network and has been Contents Director of DocS.21 Digital Narrative Documentary Festival. All above projects... Read More →
avatar for Florence Devouard

Florence Devouard

Former chair of Wikimedia Foundation. Co-founder of Wikimedia France and WikiAfrica. 15 years of experience in project management, online communities, participatory dynamics, knowledge sharing and commons goods in information society.* Creation and then management of international... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:55am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

Zines for CC: a 'Cut, Copy & Paste' co-creation workshop
In this workshop we'll create a commons together, remixing & adapting each others' work to make DIY self-published 'zines'.  We use a photocopier and rubber stamps to copy and 'fork' works, so multiple interpretations of an idea can evolve in different directions. It's like a many-tentacled comic jam or a choose-your-own-adventure storytelling session - an exercise in creative cross-pollination. Formats can be how-to guides, history, speculative fiction. You don't need to have an idea before you arrive, but you'll leave with your own CC zines, to share as you like.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SDRlEAhJej3DrRLXPuoVCIpQCttSlo2EhdUEVV02TSA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sam Muirhead

Sam Muirhead

Activist, Artist, Animator, Camera Libre
I'm an animator and activist working to push the collaborative, transparent, and ethical ideas of the Free/Libre Open Source movement into wider society - with a particular focus on the arts.In 2012 I lived an experimental 'Year of Open Source' (http://yearofopensource.net), applying... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:30am

The Commons and Me
How is each of us related to the commons? How does the commons impact our lives, and how do we contribute to it? How could we help this impact to grow and reach others? Creative commons, knowledge commons, informational commons, natural commons… Let’s get personal about it, to measure its size and depth and make it visible. We propose a group discussion followed by a hands-on work to sketch, state and record the power of sharing resources and its consequences on each life. Tell your story!

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w1AvSeANpl9XEQJH9266VhPKWfXtqBr34RmQuu3Ygh0/edit

Speakers
avatar for Marcela Basch

Marcela Basch

Founder and editor, El plan C
I'm a journalist and a teacher. Since 2013 I'm deeply interested in the different faces of collaborative economies, free culture and p2p networks. Therefore I created el plan C (elplanc.net), the first news website focused in collaborative economies and culture in Latin America. Along... Read More →



Thursday May 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:25am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:45am

Traditional Knowledge and the Commons: What's Next?
The relationship of the Commons with Traditional Knowledge is an under-explored aspect of the Open Movement. It’s not clear how Traditional Knowledge can benefit from the Commons. These issues were discussed at the CC Global Summit in 2018. Since then, CC has released a White Paper, drawing feedback from various stakeholders around the world. The proposed panel aims to take this conversation forward. It will invite a diverse range of stakeholders to delve deeper into how the open movement can better serve communities of all kinds, especially Indigenous communities.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IB9JaJ_meE38YothetMXgOyNpn75pDJhX012ZoOT4c4/edit

Speakers
avatar for Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Executive Director, Indigenous Friends Association
Alejandro Mayoral Banos is an Indigenous activist and Ph.D.Candidate, who is currently working with organizations in Canada and Mexico deploying participatory and community-driven ICT projects by/with/for Indigenous peoples. He is the creator and founder of the Indigenous Friends... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Vollmer

Timothy Vollmer

Senior Manager, Public Policy, Creative Commons
Right now I work on public policy issues at Creative Commons. I also ride bikes and bake bread.
avatar for Matthew Rimmer

Matthew Rimmer

Professor of Intellectual Property and Innovation Law, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Matthew Rimmer is a Professor in Intellectual Property and Innovation Law at the Faculty of Law, at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). He is a leader of the QUT Intellectual Property and Innovation Law research program, and a member of the QUT Digital Media Research... Read More →



Thursday May 9, 2019 10:45am - 11:25am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Ethics of Openness Lightning Talks
Gender disparity to Digital Technologies Access in Rural Regions of Algeria  - We will discuss the activity of our group of creative commons Algeria chapter on how promoting openness and the concept of sharing for the women in rural region, also on how to prompt  discussions around the way  in which women  can  participate to the open knowledge online and digital technology - Nour El Houda Belhamel , Azri Sonia 

Centering Student Agency in Working Open: Applications of Information Literacy in Open Pedagogy - With barriers to educational resources and information, open pedagogy offers instructors a dynamic framework in which to utilize open educational resources (OER) and invite students into the process of creating OER. I would like to explore student agency within information literacy, specifically acknowledging the imperative of instructors to teach students to decide where and how their work is published and intentionally bring students into open practices. - Cynthia Mari Orozco

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k7n5GHf6fLE3LT5OTKuF1E99uAHAvG8Iv6h9I7D42aQ/edit

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia Mari Orozco

Cynthia Mari Orozco

Librarian for Equitable Services, East Los Angeles College
avatar for Nour El Houda Belhamel

Nour El Houda Belhamel

Microbiologist / Associate Editor, CC Algeria
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Azri Sonia

Master of Science, CC Algeria


Thursday May 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Uncommon Leaders - Building Leadership for the Movement
As the open movement gets stronger and stronger, how do we nurture, support and grow distributed leadership? Leveraging experiences gained from leading Mozilla Foundation’s leadership development efforts (fellowships and awards), and from leading the Uncommon Women Initiative, we will lead a guided discussion and workshop, inviting participants to collaborate to envision what leadership development for the movement would look like.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/11VtsdnbNSwuOkyc8X5oNznUZB5bTqOrkvtOQ7OCMV-4/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kelsey Merkley

Kelsey Merkley

Senior Policy Advisor, Ontario Digital Service
Other hats: Founder of UnCommon Women - lover of colouring books.Creative Commons Canada


Thursday May 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:40am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Open-Source Library Management System for Findability Across Networked Collections: the case of SLIMS and OneSearch
Small libraries have been growing in the past few years. Often, the’re the result of local or community initiatives, not necessarily with allocated government/insitutional funds, thus have varied metadata standards with limited usefulness. Indonesia presents an interesting case where a loose community have developed an open source library management system, which has been widely adopted by libraries in Indonesia, with many language localisation built by volunteers from all over the world. A new one search service is recently developed to integrate findability across these varied collections.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1i5lHSw0jIAUqobunaFSWG2xO-8MeIx4Lfv5-MmqlY74/edit

Speakers

Thursday May 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:40am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Lunch
Thursday May 9, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:30am

MHz Foundation Lunch
GRAB YOUR LUNCH and join MHz Foundation for lunch on Thursday at 11:30AM, and learn more about their exciting initiative to frame the world we share with curated Creative Commons content. MHz Foundation will be launching their new site, Curationist.org, at the lunch. Come learn more about the project, including how to participate, as part of this special event!

MHz Curationist is a website dedicated to exposing end users interested in global arts and culture as a way of broadening their understanding of the world around them. It focuses on curated Creative Commons content from around the web and original articles, blogs and summaries that highlight current trends in art, theater, music, media, architecture and publishing. It also features information on art and cultural events in key cities. Users can expect an easy-to-navigate site that guides them to content based on the medium, the creator, the country or origin, or any combination of those criteria. Its curated content, original content, voice, and branding are focused on a modern consumer who is passionate about arts and culture from the US and around the world.






Speakers

Thursday May 9, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:45am

Faces of the Commons Photobooth
Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 11:45am - 12:30pm
4th Floor Foyer

11:45am

Tribe of Noise
Thursday May 9, 2019 11:45am - 12:30pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:30pm

Digital Accessibility is a Right: Why are we not Teaching it?
Barriers in digital information can prevent people with disabilities from participating as full members of society. It’s surprising that digital accessibility practices are still rarely taught as part of formal education. Digital accessibility is integral to enabling all learners in today’s information society. Teaching digital accessibility as part of college and university curriculum is important.
    
To fill the gap, Ryerson University has created five practical online courses and corresponding interactive, modular, and open textbooks aimed at raising awareness of digital accessibility globally.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/12CfR6zUStzryTfmgVoJGspTPndc0Y2h84AKAnmeVCKU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Naza Djafarova

Naza Djafarova

Director, DES, The Chang School, Ryerson University
Research Interests:OER, game-based learning, digital accessibility, e-pedagogy.
avatar for Leonora Zefi

Leonora Zefi

Manager, The Chang School, Ryerson University
Leonora has extensive experience in design, facilitation and evaluation of online and hybrid learning. She is passionate about open education and approaches that support learner engagement. Leonora holds a Master of Educational Technology Degree from University of British Columbia.She... Read More →
avatar for Greg Gay

Greg Gay

IT Accessibility Specialist, The Chang School - Ryerson University
Researcher, author, educator, expert in the field of digital accessibility. Web developer with a focus on making the Web accessible to everyone. MOOC & online course developer and instructor. Formal background in disability and adaptive instruction. Ask me how people with disabilities... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 12:30pm - 12:55pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:30pm

The State of Copyright Filtering
A wave of recent policy proposals would mandate online intermediaries to filter content for copyright infringement. The EU's recent Copyright Directive effectively requires online platforms to use filters in order to avoid liability for copyright infringement, and large rightsholders have advocated similar measures in the US. In this session, we'll discuss the recent policy proposals on filtering. We'll also discuss how large web platforms currently use copyright filters and their unintended consequences for legitimate speech online. In understanding the limitations of these tools, we can improve the debate around their use, particularly as lawmakers consider proposals to require web platforms to filter.
Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_jULrVmnTvT92sP7s-AB253apy-kBZFOifN12NYBxLo/edit

Speakers
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

COMMUNIA
EU digital policy nerd, recovering copyright reform activist. Co-founder of COMMUNIA, former director of Kennisland, former CC board member, Europeana policy advisor. I work on creating a more equitable and democratic digital environment. Depending on the task at hand, I can shape-shift... Read More →
EH

Elliot Harmon

Activism Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation


Thursday May 9, 2019 12:30pm - 1:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:30pm

Communicating Copyright and Coalition Building - Public Education and Advocacy
Copyright law is central to three activities for CC advocates: (1) explaining the function of the licenses themselves and (2) advocating for laws and polices that support the creation of openly licensed materials, and (3) arguing for copyright flexibilities and copyright law reform. However, copyright education and policy advocacy can seem technical and separate from many users and creators core interests. This workshop brings together CC members who have worked to build coalitions around copyright or open policy advocacy topics and discuss successes and failures in public copyright education.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TA5a2XV-nxht9WAfdCZQUlpEWx4CFOtOQ37S4VmY1Ws/edit

Speakers
avatar for Michael Carroll

Michael Carroll

Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law
I'm one of the founding Board members of Creative Commons and served on the Board until December 2015. I've been involved with the CC USA chapter since then. I work mostly on open education, open access, open data, and open science. I'm also on the Board of the Public Library of... Read More →
avatar for Meredith Jacob

Meredith Jacob

I work at American University Washington College of Law - at the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property - pijip.org. We're also the home of Creative Commons United States - the US Creative Commons Affiliate. I'm interested in public interest intellectual property... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 12:30pm - 1:25pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:45pm

The State of Open in Africa: Are We Doing Enough?
In recent years, the Open community have been looking towards ways to increase participation from developing countries, including African countries. However, in all of these, have we been ignoring the very basic thing that needs to be done? Is there enough focus on improving the awareness of the Open culture in Africa? How many Africans actually know about the existence of this amazing movement? How many Africans have even heard of it?

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a66JUI64wr85014qL2touTfNdbySEJCWv3fRSDtbkmQ/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sam Oyeyele

Sam Oyeyele

Wikimedia Nigeria | The AfroCine Project
With a background in Engineering; I have been a Wikipedian since 2011. I am a founder-member of Wikimedia User Group Nigeria (WUGN), and since its inception, I have served as the Outreach Coordinator for the group. I have helped to organize several editing workshops, edit-a-thons... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 12:45pm - 1:10pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

How do we get more accurate rights statements out of GLAMs?
In the session we will discuss how we can get more accurate rightssstatements from GLAM institutions. This session will build on research done on the accuracy of rightsstatements in the Europeana database done in 2017, and ongoing follow-up study. With the commons mistakes in mind this session will brainstorm on how we can help GLAM institutions get more accurate rightssstatements.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WpUaConPmUmS4ov5DXpxPvzM15R2m6Dcydciy03w4iM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Lisette Kalshoven

Lisette Kalshoven

CC Netherlands
Hi! I'm the GNC Representative from CC Netherlands. I've been involved with CC since 2013, and have worked on copyright reform in the EU, worked a lot with rights statements for GLAM's and currently work at the Open State Foundation on digital transparency for governments. I used... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Stories and SDG's from the libraries of Aotearoa - land of the long white cloud
"People relate to stories more the facts.
Libraries traditionally have traded in stories of the past, but more recently capture & tell the stories of their communities now.
The UN2030 agenda is a global plan of action for people, planet & prosperity which 193 countries have signed.
Aotearoa New Zealand is one of these countries.
Our library communities serve a national population of 4.8 million & we're gathering stories that demonstrate the impact & difference our libraries make to citizens & communities of NZ as we submit our first Voluntary National Review to the 2030 agenda in 2019."

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DkZ0XsvogqnyW_BLMHT5iuhLehx1gvDVhDZOyVLiAW8/edit

Speakers
avatar for Paula Eskett

Paula Eskett

District Libraries Manager, Waimakariri Libraries
@librarypaula


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Mind the gap - Theory and practice of CC Attribution
Attribution is a core element of CC licencing. The attribution requirement has to be manageable so that it can provide legal certainty. Yet, experience shows that many users are overchallenged with its complexities and that the obligation is a source of manifold errors. Many cases are reported where minor formal mistakes, like e.g. a missing hyperlink to the license, were legally attacked in lawsuits or cease-and-desist proceedings. This needs to be counteracted. A preferred outcome would be to find examples of good and best practises that could serve as a basis to phrase official guidelines.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_O7VQLimMhAvynWtTYHLo_YwUq05aAxQf0TZSFXwebg/edit

Speakers
avatar for Till Kreutzer

Till Kreutzer

Founder, iRights
Till Kreutzer, PhD, is a lawyer (attorney-at-law), legal scholar and writer. He is co–founder and publisher of iRights.info, a non-profit information portal on copyright in the digital world for consumers and creators, awarded – inter alia – with the Grimme-Online-Award 2006... Read More →
avatar for Paul Klimpel

Paul Klimpel

Partner, iRights.law
Dr. Paul Klimpel, born 1970 in Minden, Germany, got involved with cultural organizations in the 1990s. He joined the Museum of Film and Television (Deutsche Kinemathek) in 2002. Between 2006 and 2011 he worked as its administrative director. He was also chief executive of the German... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Open Ed/Sci/Access Lightning Talks
CC as Fuel for Innovation in the Human Rights Sector -  A talk on the importance of multi-disciplinary creative solutions and innovation in the field of human rights. They will present Fine Acts’ newly launched global platform ACT Labs. Labs are unique events exploring the intersection of human rights, art and technology, and developing a range of solutions. All ideas and prototypes for social change are published under CC and organisations and activists can adapt and implement them non-commercially in their local context - Ana Alexieva, Svetla Baeva 

Investigación Social Punto Net - A free knowlegde sharing platform to open the academic sphere. It's an open platform to share texts freely under a CC license where you can connect with other researchers, students and self-taught thinkers - Daniel Cotillas Ruiz 

Open Educational Video Resources in Civil Engineering at the RWTH Aachen University - RWTH Aachen University currently is Germany’s national leader in terms of the digitalization strategies for higher education and only recently started the second phase of the said program. The first phase of the digitalization strategy for teaching ran from 2014 to 2017. During this period, it was possible to establish many innovative and sustainable blended learning programs. Among those is the OER initiative of the Faculty of Civil Engineering which consists of video-based resources on the platform YouTube - Tamara Mansaray , Prof. Heribert Nacken

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oNx1SkIwl_JpAmO7CVkNmD_6nnzNiNk8lvIJbnSjmyw/edit

Speakers
avatar for Svetla Baeva

Svetla Baeva

Campaigns Director, Fine Acts
A human rights campaigner and activist with a communications and political science background. As the campaigns director at Fine Acts, a global platform for socially engaged creative solutions, she works on creative campaigning and human rights innovation. A 2018 Fulbright Scholar... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Cotillas Ruiz

Daniel Cotillas Ruiz

Comunicador, Nodo Común
Specialized in open source processes and methodologies focused on the generation of participatory social processes.With a focus on free culture and hacker ethics, you can find in parks and squares trying to seduce on the importance of an ecology of our digital life and the generation... Read More →
avatar for Tamara Mansaray

Tamara Mansaray

RWTH Aachen University
Videographer for E-Learning and OER at RWTH Aachen University.


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:15pm

Sharing the End of the World: Students' Perception of Their Self-Efficacy in the Creation of Open Access Digital Learning Objects
Presentation of a case study of a new undergraduate Political Science course in which students create podcasts discussing political issues surrounding various macro- and micro- end-of-the-world scenarios. The podcasts are intended to be used as pedagogical objects in other courses, and otherwise freely available under a Creative Commons license in podcast collections such as iTunes. The study examines the technology required, and student perceptions of their own self-efficacy and satisfaction with their work while knowing that it will be made openly available to others.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vcTIVmhzrTGViCuO4bNa9DQHZy4R1Xa0qQOQUacHvIU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Hutton

Sarah Hutton

Head, Undergraduate Teaching & Learning Services, University of Massachusetts Amherst (U.S.A.)
I am a librarian, working on a Ph.D. in higher ED (policy). My research looks at the intersection of student motivation theory and open education/pedagogy; I also research the use (and overuse) of rhetoric in higher education programming and policy. If you are interested in eating... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Di Valentino

Lisa Di Valentino

Law & Public Policy Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst
I am the Law & Public Policy Librarian at University of Massachusetts Amherst, responsible for all things government and politics. My research interests include copyright law and policy, information privacy, digital literacy, and pedagogy in higher education.


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:15pm - 1:55pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

State of CC Search
CC Search is out of beta and provides access to 300 million images across 19 content providers, with more in the pipeline. The CC Search team will present the current state of CC Search, including a new vision and strategy for 2019, front end features, and how everything works under the hood, both technically and legally, including a new CC Catalog API that provides access to the catalog.

In the second half of the session, we will host a Q&A and discussion on the ways we might internationalize CC Search, either via code, a push API, translations, or integration of image collections from different regions. We’ll also discuss new applications that could be built on top of the catalog itself that go beyond Search.

Finally, we’ll also preview what’s coming next in the roadmap, and how anyone may get involved via the CC developer community and/or usability testing.

We look forward to seeing you at the summit!

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1awqe-HuoTOt-cQJ4k05pVWfmgeV7iXf2i9a6Dp851Vk/edit

Speakers
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Sophine Clachar

Creative Commons
avatar for Kriti Godey

Kriti Godey

Director of Engineering, Creative Commons
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Product & Research, Creative Commons
CC Search! CC usability and user research!


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

Open Education co-creation project
During the workshop, we will show you the method of action that we use in our work with teachers in Open Education Co-creation project (SpołEd). To explain how the OER co-creation method works, we invite participants to design their own open source mini-project. All in a light atmosphere, using simple tools. This experience allows to achieve quick results - each group should leave the workshop with a specific plans and also leaves a lot of space for learning from each other and discussion. What will make it easier to transfer it to your own land.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Ecggc03WjXH0FFvdbLyPZ0h67oPdZxBvOpSxN08VU5A/edit


Thursday May 9, 2019 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

What if ... the CC didn't exist?
as madNess and CCMorocco working on a storytelling workshop that involve teaching people how to use storytelling for advocacy and now we want to use the same format of this workshop to challenge the ideas, imagination of people working on the commons and the open culture to advocate about the open culture and the commons using storytelling. so we will do a small presentation on storytelling and we will ask to story tell about the fact of " what if the CC didn't exist what if the open culture didn't ... GNU didn't exist what if Linux didn't exist and produce videos to make an online compagne

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19hLmxM9wf6nmzbhMUagH0VS-RLJE_3GS3T-Q1ZTttcI/edit

Speakers

Thursday May 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Open Business and the EU copyright reform
Over the past five years, changes in copyright have affected businesses in different ways and open licenses such as Creative Commons have proven to be an interesting tool for innovative business models. IP can and should be used as a strategic tool to enter markets and gain or maintain market share under a more sustainable approach beyond mere financial profit generation. There is a new business culture, one that is more aware of the overall effects it has in everyone's lives (namely, at environmental, cultural and social levels). However, legal systems all over the world have been reacting in the exact opposite direction: creating more and more barriers to entry and favoring incumbent monopolies (namely, through adjustments to copyright laws). With the EU copyright reform, many of the thriving businesses that have emerged in Europe over the past 20 years might be hardly affected and most of them might not even survive. It is now crucial to keep the discussion active and bring these business together so they understand the power they still have to (help) revert these recent political decisions and continue to promote a more open and sustainable business culture, more aligned with the technological progress and social challenges we are facing today (namely, in terms of labor).
In this session, we invite the entrepreneurs behind some creative businesses to share their experiences, concerns and strategies. We will also launch the new Creative Commons Toolkit for Business website, which helps companies and professionals understand how the use of CC licenses can be interesting for the development of their businesses..

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aXipMEDvMK76Xbfmu-CBjqqknpgi2lAIJS6NkY7K_RM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Dias

Bruno Dias

CEO, Monster Jinx
With over 15 years as a Hip Hop producer under his belt, DarkSunn is one of the most active DJ in the Lisbon scene. He is also one of the founders and leaders of Monster Jinx. Monster Jinx is, at the same time, an artist collective and a platform for the edition and distribution of... Read More →
avatar for Fatima Sao Simao

Fatima Sao Simao

UPTEC
Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is director of development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto. She is also the public lead of Creative Commons Portugal (as volunteer), being there responsible for the development of the CC Toolkit for Business... Read More →
MP

Mario Pena

Safe Creative
Mario Pena, a former Creative Commons advocate in Spain, has been involved in copyright issues as business developer and product manager in Safe Creative for more than 12 years. Passionate about the whole process of creating works to help the common good, takes lots of pictures that... Read More →
avatar for Hessel van Oorschot

Hessel van Oorschot

Founder & CEO, Tribe of Noise
Investing in CC models for over a decade. Sharing and reusing open content starts with helping maker communities; facilitate the tooling, build trust and lead by example. Full disclosure: co-founder & CEO Tribe of Noise, Executive Partner New Media Squad, Secretary Open Nederland... Read More →
VC

Vanessa Canto

co-founder, Moot - The Movement Lab
Co-founder and content producer for Moot, an online training platform for dancers.


Thursday May 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Women and the Commons: Visibility Strategies
Diversity is not an intrinsic characteristic of the Commons, as we have been learning in the last years. Both the process and the production of the Commons can reproduce and reinforce patterns of racist and patriarchal power, leaving aside the faces and the views of those who are being oppressed. But the process of building a vibrant and strong Commons can also help us to fight against this tendency if we develop visibility strategies. In this presentation we will talk about some experiences: the #VisibleWikiWomen challenge, the Uncommon Women initiative, among others.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QVy5dn4xEkktcp_mJ9nGCcp5Tc0Lee_rCkIRguQ4pyg/edit

Speakers
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.
avatar for Kelsey Merkley

Kelsey Merkley

Senior Policy Advisor, Ontario Digital Service
Other hats: Founder of UnCommon Women - lover of colouring books.Creative Commons Canada
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.


Thursday May 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

The Ethics of Open Source Graphic Design: A Manifesto
This session will address the ethical questions and challenges that I have encountered as a designer pushing for openness in four different places: an advertising agency, a contemporary art museum, a book press, and a digital rights NGO. Using the main issues as a starting point, we will discuss what prevents young designers from working under CC, and contrast it with open graphic design as an ethical practice of care. As a closing exercise, we will co-write and co-sign a manifesto towards a design that embraces the nature of the Internet as a place for multiplication, discussion, and remix.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UsSkdckPX1-gEy3XzAnP7l5VIT6QhcDP8cUtgQimZdk/edit

Speakers
avatar for Juliana Castro

Juliana Castro

Design Associate, Access Now
I’m a graphic designer working at Access Now, a human rights and technology non profit. I also run Cita Press, an open feminist press. On social media as @juliacastrov.


Thursday May 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Open Practices in Culture Heritage Institutions in Portugal

Only a few cultural institutions in Portugal have open policies granting users the rights to access, share and reuse images of their collections. They may already have part of their collections digitized and accessible online, nonetheless they have in place restrictive policies regarding the reproduction and reuse of images of the objects in their collections, including of those works that are in the public domain and of those works whose copyright belongs to the institution. In this session, we will share best practices and examples of open policies in place in Portuguese institutions, and discuss how and why specific Portuguese institutions have adopted these policies. We will try to understand the obstacles faced by Portuguese institutions when trying to fully implement open access policies; we will discuss if open access is desirable to institutions across the country; and we will think about the strategies that need to be in place in order to see a wider adoption of open practices by cultural heritage institutions in Portugal.

Helena  Patrício, National Library of Portugal
Paulo Leitão, Gulbenkian Foundation Art Library
Luís Raposo, Archaeology Museum
Luís Ramos Pinto, Consultant





Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wJbBEA8GOJLdtCAcBMtRDRavXmU378VtLdTI1KxP-HM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Teresa Nobre

Teresa Nobre

Teresa is an attorney-at-law based in Lisbon, Portugal, and a legal expert on copyright at Communia International Association on the Digital Public Domain. She is also Creative Commons Portugal Lead. She coordinated the research projects Mapping Copyright Exceptions and Limitations... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:10pm

How to develop a digital project for open education – the digital qualification model of Hamburg Open Online University
Over the past four years, we at Hamburg Open Online University have developed a process model to develop digital projects for open education together with the content authors. The model combines digital qualification, technical support, community building, and project facilitation.Besides presenting our model in a workshop we intend to get some feedback from practitioners in the workshop in order to adapt, improve and complement the current programme for digital qualification.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1W-v3v1sNhWmfdwkRqQoX-DE-3HoEIJX2F96Y9JinS18/edit

Speakers

Thursday May 9, 2019 2:10pm - 2:55pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

6:00pm

Opening Night Program
We've invited Jennifer Jenkins and Jamie Boyle from Duke Center for the Study of the Public Domain, and
Siko Bouterse and Adele Vrana from Whose Knowledge to give a keynote address.

We're also featuring a lineup of short talks from Creative Commons Global Network members. They are accomplished leaders in their fields participating in crucial work for a more open world. These keynotes will be: Majd al Shihabi of Lebanon, Sophie Bloemen of Amsterdam and Brussels, Kelsey Merkley of Canada, Natalia Mileszyk of Poland, Dr. Haggen So of Hong Kong, and Ọmọ Yoòbá of Nigeria.

Followed by an evening of music featuring Tribe of Noise and DarkSunn of Monster Jinx - more artists to be added soon!

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Jenkins

Jennifer Jenkins

Director, Center for the Study of the Public Domain
Jennifer Jenkins is the Director of the Center for the Study of the Public Domain and Clinical Professor of Law at Duke Law School, where she teaches courses in Music Copyright, IP, and Trademark Law. She is the co-author of Intellectual Property: Cases and Materials (4th ed... Read More →
avatar for James Boyle

James Boyle

William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law, Duke Law School
James Boyle is the William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law at Duke Law School, and was one of the founding Board Members of Creative Commons. He is the author of the books The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind (Yale Univ. Press 2008) and Shamans and Software and Spleens... Read More →
avatar for Siko Bouterse

Siko Bouterse

Co-Director, Whose Knowlege?
Siko Bouterse is a feminist hacker of social systems, community organizer, and Wikipedian, who advocates for a more emancipatory and plural open web where it’s safe to be ourselves. She’s the former Director of Community Resources at the Wikimedia Foundation, where she led participatory... Read More →
avatar for Adele Godoy Vrana

Adele Godoy Vrana

Co-Director, Whose Knowledge
Adele Vrana is an Afro-Brazilian feminist, anti-racism activist, and Wikimedian against-all-odds, who advocates for a decolonized internet where people like her can be visible, heard and affirmed. As the former Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Wikimedia Foundation, she led... Read More →
avatar for Kelsey Merkley

Kelsey Merkley

Senior Policy Advisor, Ontario Digital Service
Other hats: Founder of UnCommon Women - lover of colouring books.Creative Commons Canada
avatar for Natalia

Natalia

public policy expert, Centrum Cyfrowe
avatar for Ọmọ Yoòbá

Ọmọ Yoòbá

Founder/Marketing Executive/Yorùbá Lingua Manager, YCH/FRCN/Global Voices
Ọmọ Yoòbá is a journalist and cultural advocate. He's interested in language revitalization, technology, human rights and global unity. He's open to collaboration in all forms.
avatar for Majd Al-shihabi

Majd Al-shihabi

Bassel Khartabil Free Culture Fellowship
avatar for Haggen So

Haggen So

Director, Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association
Graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Dr. So is the president of the Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association and the public lead of Creative Commons Hong Kong. He is a visiting lecturer of the Hong Kong Community College and previously taught in Hong Kong... Read More →


Thursday May 9, 2019 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Cineteatro Capitólio Teatro Raul Solnado Parque Mayer, 1250-096 Lisboa
 
Friday, May 10
 

8:00am

Legal Meet & Greet
Come join us for this informal gathering of legal experts and legally-minded community members interested in contributing to and having a voice in CC’s legal work. This meet-up will highlight opportunities for engagement on CC’s legal projects as well as other community projects where legal expertise is important to accomplishing our shared goals, whether it be related to the licenses and license education, work taking place in Platforms related to copyright reform and advocacy, open education, or GLAM institutions, or elsewhere. Join us for breakfast and network with others in our legal community interested in contributing to the legal vitality of the Commons.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XNkw7HZCL5EANr5b0QcSltWX09IpF8D5GXG1XKhlI5Y/edit

Resource list:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Eb28r7vy1x-B9P4uPyfUE0alXZc_IwYlMmtwIRrjPRs/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Meredith Jacob

Meredith Jacob

I work at American University Washington College of Law - at the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property - pijip.org. We're also the home of Creative Commons United States - the US Creative Commons Affiliate. I'm interested in public interest intellectual property... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Vollmer

Timothy Vollmer

Senior Manager, Public Policy, Creative Commons
Right now I work on public policy issues at Creative Commons. I also ride bikes and bake bread.
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons
avatar for Claudio Ruiz

Claudio Ruiz

Director of Ecosystem Strategy, Creative Commons
I'm director of ecosystem strategy at Creative Commons, meaning I'm all interested in to talk about how to expand the open movement outreach, how to be better and more effective at what we do and how to contribute better to more collaborative spaces.
avatar for Teresa Nobre

Teresa Nobre

Teresa is an attorney-at-law based in Lisbon, Portugal, and a legal expert on copyright at Communia International Association on the Digital Public Domain. She is also Creative Commons Portugal Lead. She coordinated the research projects Mapping Copyright Exceptions and Limitations... Read More →
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC.


Friday May 10, 2019 8:00am - 8:55am
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

8:00am

Breakfast
Friday May 10, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
5th Floor Foyer, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-352 Lisboa, Portugal

8:00am

Faces of the Commons Photobooth
Come have your photo taken by professional photographer Sebastiaan ter Burg which will be incorporated into our Faces of the Commons photo project.

Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
4th Floor Foyer

8:00am

Registration
Friday May 10, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Main Floor

8:00am

Prayer Space / Quiet Space
Friday May 10, 2019 8:00am - 5:30pm
1st Floor, Lounge, Museu Do Oriente 1350-279 Lisbon, Portugal

8:15am

Chair Yoga
During this session you will be practising yoga from the comfort of your own chair!
Traditional exercises are adapted so you can receive the benefits of the yoga practice without leaving your seat. The session includes breath work to release tension, improve your concentration and creativity, and postures to improve the flexibility of the spine, strengthen key postural muscles as well as giving you an energy boost to start your day.
The practice does not require special clothes or yoga mat.

Speakers
CG

Cristina Gondar (Hari Om Kaur)

Cristina Gondar (Hari Om Kaur) has been teaching yoga for over 10 years, first in London and now in Lisbon where she lives. Previously, she worked in rural development projects in different countries in Africa and lived several years in the UK. She is also a Zen Shiatsu therapist... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 8:15am - 8:45am
5th Floor Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Global Celebrations - Public Domain Day
New in the public domain and just 70 years old! We can use that sentence every year. There is a huge opportunity to celebrate the commons on a global scale with public domain day. This event will increase the visibility of the worldwide movement and the individual Creative Commons chapters. During this session we will discuss how we can maximize the potential impact of this and/or other events and what support chapters need to participate. An inspiration for public domain day is Wiki Loves Monuments, which has (had) a lot of impact in connecting and professionalize the wikimedia community.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zfVWk3ZdF5jCqRpLZtZNxhiNK3nvxyTDEZ5LaDnOhpQ/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

A “radical practise of sharing”?: working towards knowledge equity in African-heritage communities in London
This panel will discuss how we use open licensed and open sourced technologies to democratise resources and knowledge with African objects acquired during colonisation. We will discuss how our projects have been reusing and rethinking objects, from the continent and the Diaspora, held in British museums and archives. In addition, we'll address the potential role and limitations of open licenses in "decolonising" museums and building knowledge equity of and for communities whose knowledge systems been historically undervalued.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eTeQ4zqIA1pqgqe04ECUfqUOUgrcNFTy7HVW1XZzcao/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Foster

Kelly Foster

Creative Commons UK / AfroCROWD UK


Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Deploying an online interactive data explorer to open data on violence and discrimination against women and girls
This session will focus on discussions about how to deploy an online interactive data explorer to visualize and record data gathered on violence and discrimination against women and girls in our localized communities, especially in Africa. It will explore how this tool can drive the call for transparency and put the spotlight on addressing the challenge of violence and discrimination against women and girls especially in Africa.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BDUuex12Bpw6Bi_Bd_3fZDLchyaAO-HE9f_3eEVHxxU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Gideon Sarpong

Gideon Sarpong

Co-Founder, iWatch Africa
Gideon Sarpong is a media practitioner with several years experience in data, investigative and policy journalism. Gideon is a co-founder of iWatch Africa and currently the Policy and News Director. He is an author with over eight publications; a fellow of the Young African Leaders... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Launching CC-Create: a network platform for artists, designers, musicians and makers
"The Commons is about to get a whole lot more Creative with the launch of a new network platform, CC-Create. We want to connect artists* in the existing CC community, and bring more commons-oriented (or commons-curious) folks into the fold.
Join us for an overview of the work done so far on CC-Create, meet other artists, try out the new platform, and shape its future direction.

*CC-Create is distinct from GLAM: it's for people involved in the creation or remix of 'the arts' - design, music, games, theatre, fine art, illustration, hardware, fiction, video... and much more."

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DthvupDlMgZ4q6JDzIYfNmgz47fw8BwDDKQuAjkevqg/edit

Speakers
avatar for Veethika Mishra

Veethika Mishra

Interaction Designer, Red Hat
Veethika is an Interaction Designer by practice and a tabletop gaming enthusiast. She believes in the power of play and storytelling in crafting extraordinary experiences. Some of her works we also presented at OER 2016(Edinburgh), Dubai Design Week 2017(Dubai) and CC Global Summit... Read More →
avatar for Sam Muirhead

Sam Muirhead

Activist, Artist, Animator, Camera Libre
I'm an animator and activist working to push the collaborative, transparent, and ethical ideas of the Free/Libre Open Source movement into wider society - with a particular focus on the arts.In 2012 I lived an experimental 'Year of Open Source' (http://yearofopensource.net), applying... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

GLAM Lightning Talks
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

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/17xExbBG6SUsZthu8hObmrHW7DZ_VggFfmWDzsl4zJ3M/edit
 

Speakers
avatar for Ruurd Blom

Ruurd Blom

Media Manager Collection Access, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Ruurd Blom works as Media Manager on Collection Access at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision since 2003. Ruurd is responsible for the workflows related to the use of the CC-by-SA license and public domain marks. He has been trained by the Wikimedia Foundation and has extensive... Read More →
avatar for Margaret López

Margaret López

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

Hanno Lans

CopyClear



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

9:00am

CC Chapters Meetup - closed to GNC representatives and chapter leads only

Speakers
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

President, Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation
I am the founder and president of Centrum Cyfrowe, a think-and-do-tank building a digital civic society in Poland. In 2004, I co-founded Creative Commons Poland and since then am one of the coordinators of the project. Since 2015, I have been actively involved and have served as... Read More →
avatar for Lisette Kalshoven

Lisette Kalshoven

CC Netherlands
Hi! I'm the GNC Representative from CC Netherlands. I've been involved with CC since 2013, and have worked on copyright reform in the EU, worked a lot with rights statements for GLAM's and currently work at the Open State Foundation on digital transparency for governments. I used... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 10:55am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Adding structured and machine-readable data for copyright and licensing on Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata
"In 2019, Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository of the Wikimedia ecosystem, is converted to structured data (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Structured_data/About). The more than 50 million media files on Wikimedia Commons can now be described with the help of multilingual and machine-readable data from Wikidata, Wikimedia's free, openly licensed & public database.

In practice, this means that Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata will probably soon be among the world's most diverse and open databases that hold structured data about creative works, including copyright-related, machine-readable information about these works and media files that represent them.

Structured data modelling of copyright, the public domain, open content licenses, traditional knowledge labels and rightsstatements.org statements is still a pretty open challenge. There are data models for parts of this puzzle (CC-REL, the Rightsstatements.org statements), several international communities have worked on copyright clearance databases and initiatives, and there have been attempts to create public domain calculators. The Wikidata and Wikimedia Commons communities will, around the CC Summit, probably be in the weeds of integrating all these models into an integral framework - a challenge in which input and active participation of as many stakeholders as possible is welcome and needed.

This workshop aims to bring more interested people from the Creative Commons community up to speed with this project, and to connect them more closely with Wikimedia's data modellers, by practically teaching how to describe media files with structured copyright data on Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata, and explaining how those communities model the logic of the public domain, Creative Commons and other free content licenses, Traditional Knowledge labels, and Rightsstatements.org statements. The workshop will, most likely, elicit deeper questions about how machine-readability and data interoperability should work, how this data is related to correct attribution, how it can be integrated in other platforms and tools… and is ultimately intended to be the starting point of a further and deeper conversation and stronger collaboration in this area in the open content community at large.

I will attend the entire conference. I will be happy to provide other contributions related to this, and to participate in any other sessions and panels that may be relevant."

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/152ku8NlVF3t4sIBgNyazGq1OLZIpzrEg4ovn_6bP80w/edit

Slides:
https://t.co/GLuXfKDEFA?amp=1

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Fauconnier

Sandra Fauconnier

Program Officer, GLAM and Structured Data, Wikimedia Foundation


Friday May 10, 2019 9:00am - 11:25am
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:30am

The OpenCast - A Creative Commons’ Podcast
This session will feature different speakers and attendees sitting with me and guest hosts to discuss the program, the issues arising from those sessions, and giving their own experiences in the world of open and their takeaways from the summit as well.  

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1srqonjVbMrFDpVKY1irMWrUKn4RoLoMDvNoI9fitQBQ/edit

Speakers

Friday May 10, 2019 9:30am - 11:30am
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45am

Open Access Scholarly Publication in Algeria
After 1 January 2020 scientific publications on the results from research funded by public grants provided by national and European research councils and funding bodies, must be published in compliant Open Access Journals or on compliant Open Access Platforms. This is the Plan S for European countries elaborated by cOAlition S, however, what will be the approach advocated and scholarly publication in Algeria and in the northern African countries after 2020.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cPySC-hvf9F0lm8UQiWvsMu-i9DJtlBP8Qzl00Wd1Oc/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kamel Belhamel

Kamel Belhamel

Professor of Chemistry / DOAJ managing Editor, University of Bejaia / CC Algeria
Kamel Belhamel is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Bejaia in Algeria, a head of Organic Materials Laboratory and Editor in Chief of Algerian Journal of Natural Products (E-ISSN: 2353-0391 : http://univ-bejaia.dz/ajnp). His scientific activities are focused on the... Read More →
SH

Souhila Hassani

Master of Pharmaceutical engineering, CC Algeria


Friday May 10, 2019 9:45am - 10:25am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45am

Developing an Open Knowledge Curriculum for Senior School
As an extension of WikiFundi and WikiAfrica Schools, Wiki In Africa is developing an Open Knowledge Curriculum for educators across Africa to teach learners about how global knowledge systems work, how content is created, and how they can contribute themselves. The reason behind the Curriculum is to place digital information into context and to develop critical thought and key analytic skills in learners as they navigate conflicting news and information sources online. The workshop is aimed at collaboratively developing the Curriculum to include all aspects of the Open Community.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13XWxiTnWYVqfrnymZe8K5bWFH7gm_87I-MUv0lYnLxU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Isla Haddow-Flood

Isla Haddow-Flood

Advancement Lead, Wiki In Africa
I work to support individuals, groups and organisations across Africa to get involved in and contribute to the open movement - mainly via Wikipedia. I co-run a number of key projects, including Wiki Loves Women, Wiki Loves Africa, WikiFundi and WikiAfrica Schools. Chat to me about... Read More →
avatar for Florence Devouard

Florence Devouard

Former chair of Wikimedia Foundation. Co-founder of Wikimedia France and WikiAfrica. 15 years of experience in project management, online communities, participatory dynamics, knowledge sharing and commons goods in information society.* Creation and then management of international... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 9:45am - 10:40am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45am

Interactions between communities, funding and diversity for a new development of Creative Commons
We need to federate open communities and other communities in the digital ecosystem and beyond, around Creative Commons. This community must bring together different points of view through the exchange of experiences and support new initiatives in the free world. We need to accelerate the search for funding by allowing new players to be contributors of free in our different regions. We will help profoundly transform the structure of the members of the Global Creative Commons Community for a world in common and a world of commons.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tYv7ME3KmMw0yMX92abIb-kj9R9oWoana2x-P6u0XZI/edit


Friday May 10, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

Welcome to the Open Music Network
The Open Music Network aims to promote open music by joining different parts of the CC-licensed music community. Among its founding-projects there are music labels (BlocSonic and Monster Jinx), platforms (ccMixter, Dogmazic and Auboutdufil), 360º multimedia project (chart service Starfrosch), radio shows/podcasts (White Market Podcast, frei² and HyperR@dio) and a venue (dock18). As the network is still coming together, we are see the CC summit as the perfect stage for its official presentation.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Dz_mmaEPfSxxYhkVvxIWPO00agIy78HK-RZsju2-KCE/edit

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Dias

Bruno Dias

CEO, Monster Jinx
With over 15 years as a Hip Hop producer under his belt, DarkSunn is one of the most active DJ in the Lisbon scene. He is also one of the founders and leaders of Monster Jinx. Monster Jinx is, at the same time, an artist collective and a platform for the edition and distribution of... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:15am

Open Ed/Sci/Access Lightning Talks
X-raying the Role of University Libraries in the Promotion of Open Access Resources Used by Students in Nigeria - The focus of this work is to x-ray the role of university libraries in Nigeria in the promotion of the use of open access resources in their domains. The tasks that the libraries have to create the necessary awareness that could promote the use of open access resources by students will be explained. The responsibilities of the library to provide access to the necessary infrastructure that could promote the use of open access resources will be outlined among others - Olawale Oyewole, Olalekan Awujoola, Olawale Iyinolakan, Olaide Akinbo

The Open Access Right: a proposal for action for the transformation of societies - Society never before has had as much information as at present; as well as, never before has society had so much need to have access to information. The UNESCO has declared that access to information is transversal to the development of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDG). Open access (OA) can be considered an option to address this need. However, in the legal foundations are identified formal lack for the management of OA. The proposal of an open access right (OAR), is an action for support to the achievement of the SDG's, freedom of expression, information and dissemination - Juan Miguel Palma Peña 

The Power of Engaging Citizens and Society in Life Sciences Research - In recent years, Citizen Science has become a global phenomenon and it brings great opportunities for the public to participate in the research process. The relationship between scientists and citizens creates a synergy that enriches the research and stimulates dialogue and learning. It allows creation and analysis of research projects that would otherwise prove impossible in traditional research settings. The talk should focused on successful Citizen Science projects related to life sciences and on proposal of implementation at our home institution in Brno, Czech Republic - Karolína Zoufalová

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1F_Bohrr7gbZVQg9QBy12Z-Z-2rMlCHLEZ29UtL_HZJY/edit
 

Speakers
avatar for Juan Miguel Palma Peña

Juan Miguel Palma Peña

Librarian Academic, National Autonomus University of México (UNAM)
- I am Librarian Academic in Humanities Coordination, UNAM.- Professor en Bachelor Degree un Library and Information Science, UNAM. - Doctoral candidate in Library and Information Science, UNAM. -He has collaborated as a speaker in international and national scholarly events carried... Read More →
OI

Olawale Iyinolakan

OER Researcher and Advocate, Open Education
As an OER researcher and member of GO-GN, I am passionate about promoting the use of open educational resources to eliminate barriers to access (especially to students from the Global South and resource-deprived regions) and provide more relevant and useful learning and teaching... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 10:15am - 11:10am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:30am

Wikimedia building the Commons in Guinea-Bissau
The experience of the work of Wikimedia Portugal along Guinea-Bissau local and expatriate communities creating Commons content in the various Wikimedia Projects (Commons, Wikidata, Wikisource, Wikipedia) about Guinea-Bissau society, culture, history and nature - and how that content is being viewed and perceived in the country

Note: Due to logistical constraints, instead of Danilo (photographer and social activist, from Bissau) and Helena (social & community worker and activist, Bolama born and living in Portugal, part of a number of key projects on the dignification, defense of rights and protection of women in Portugal and Guinea-Bissau, and African expatriate communities in Madeira), both part of this project, but both in Bissau right now, will be in the session Adélio Aleluia Lopes, local coordinator of the project in Bissau and liasion with the Guinea-Bissau government.

Presentation : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BmyR2hLSxoiBi71jPKZlUn1HNtyefue0BeBDZ6XIZZI/edit?usp=sharing

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1b3EW3afHkdv97JK55_Am6m_dIqwZvGzn2U7qQQZy-nI/edit

Speakers
avatar for Paulo Santos Perneta

Paulo Santos Perneta

general assembly board chair, Wikimedia Portugal
Volunteer at Wikimedia projects for more than ten years, mainly at Wikipedia, Commons and Wikidata. Part of the OTRS team, member of Wikimedia Portugal, working mainly on GLAMs, educative projects and in projects with Portuguese-speaking African communities. Recently I've also became... Read More →



Friday May 10, 2019 10:30am - 11:10am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:45am

Develop your own comprehensive open GLAM guideline on copyright and open data
The Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg commissioned two books on copyright and cultural heritage institutions: a guideline on copyright in the heritage sector, and a guideline on open data in the heritage sector. The authors of the books host a workshop that helps you start to transform these resources to your own jurisdiction. These comprehensive guides can be ported to your jurisdiction to build a common open GLAM guideline on copyright and open data. The authors of the books host a workshop that helps you start to transform these resources to your own jurisdiction. These comprehensive guides can be ported to your jurisdiction to build a common open GLAM guideline on copyright and open data. These books are available in English and in French and published using a CC BY 4.0 license.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tpe1XmiKdn3WBe0xB5NIXxDBym2bL0NH8mr9ADDw-VU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Maarten Zeinstra

Maarten Zeinstra

Intellectual Property Lawyer, Information Professional, IP Squared
Talk to me about any topic you like. Some things about me: I'm an Information Professional and Intellectual Property Lawyer @ IP Squared: https://ip-squared.comSome of the projects that I have worked on:OpenNederland.nlcopyrightexceptions.euoutofcopyright.eudiligentsearch.eurightsstatements.orgEuropeana... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:45am

Right(s) balance: Open by default vs privacy by design
Fighting for greater transparency and protecting privacy are two sides of the same coin - both principles seek to prevent corruption, promote freedom of expression, and construct solid democratic institutions that have the interests of their citizens at heart. However, often the various camps advocating for these fundamental rights use different approaches. Currently, data rights-based legal frameworks are contradictory in principle -- while many Rights to Information (RTI) laws are moving towards promoting open data and transparency by default, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union introduces specific privacy by default and by design obligation. This was an issue that emerged during a global revision of the Open Data Charter principles, aiming to maintain these norms as the cutting-edge and highest normative standard in the field. 
The way governments and private companies are increasing the use of data-driven technology, and the extensive collection and use of personal data bring the discussion back to the forefront. Recent stories that uncovered how private data has been misused have further tipped the scale in favour of restricting access to information. To avoid back peddling on important strides in transparency reforms from rightfully concerned governments, the Open Data Charter and Open Knowledge International partnered to host this session seeking to build a shared framing that helps government officials navigate conflicting rights-based approaches to how data should be governed, clarifying what open by default means in practice.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RBUu5jyHEk9M_wknB4_tv29R-oJL9VGxzpwNp3LVDVI/edit

Speakers
avatar for Timothy Vollmer

Timothy Vollmer

Senior Manager, Public Policy, Creative Commons
Right now I work on public policy issues at Creative Commons. I also ride bikes and bake bread.


Friday May 10, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

From openness to digital transformation in GLAMs: the impact of open content
The aim of the session is to present & discuss how in different geographical and cultural contexts openness is introduced and implemented in GLAMs and how it changes them and their practices. The two countries participating in the session are Poland and Colombia where we have been working on strategies and projects collaborating with GLAM institutions from a civil society perspective.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KtGi6bk3CNXEKRbRd0foJl0WrNrcnCtNToRXfRKWnbA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Aleksandra Janus

Aleksandra Janus

Open GLAM Specialist, Centrum Cyfrowe
I'm an Open GLAM specialist and a head of Open Culture Studio at Centrum Cyfrowe - a think&do tank based in Warsaw. I take part in numerous initiatives promoting openness and participatory models of work in the GLAM sector, working closely with Creative Commons Poland, Coalition for... Read More →
avatar for Maria Juliana Soto

Maria Juliana Soto

Researcher / CC Colombia, Karisma Foundation
avatar for Matías Butelman

Matías Butelman

CC Argentina Chapter Lead. Currently working on the digital transformation of Buenos Aires museums and libraries. One half of bibliohack.org, a project focused on the development of open technology for heritage digitisation and management processes.


Friday May 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:40am
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Bringing the commons to research: democratizing software outputs for the common good
The main goal of this workshop is to introduce the 'working in the open' principles to those working in research environments.We will start by introducing the oss principles and how these can be translated or the parallels with research and education (often not explicit parallels).

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Vs8InIafcC7R6yfwXHQ9NGQE5zwUhc8ou_xPWWBsv5Y/edit

Speakers
avatar for Tania Allard

Tania Allard

RSE conference diversity and accessibility chair, Microsoft


Friday May 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:55am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:15am

Post-play 26:An athletic-artistic embodied performance
I use athletic-artistic embodied performance based on my experiences as a professional player in Brazil, Sweden, and USA to challenge the perpetuation of power relations and identity (con)forming mechanisms across borders. Through the body and the universal language the world’s most popular sport, I am focused on bringing together artists, human rights activists, community organizers, sporting officials, and others from global to local for creative and critical expressions in/on/with sport.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DEaklRK09tL86ZP98yYws5ONcYxsj_mXWC7FTqbU6DA/edit

Speakers

Friday May 10, 2019 11:15am - 11:55am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:15am

Sharing Design Resources for Global Health: A Review of CC Licenses in the Community Health Toolkit
"The session will explore Medic Mobile’s journey in the development of software for community health and the licensing considerations that have been considered over the last 10 years. The session will highlight the value proposition for Creative Commons licensing in supporting the Design For Health (https://www.designforhealth.org/ ) framework that the Community Health Toolkit is grounded in.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AtXxzduPqtymh4udp1qBoUmEG1ijI7QJ8ucPG_-gK-Y/edit

Speakers
avatar for Brian Ssennoga

Brian Ssennoga

Relationship Lead, Medic Mobile
Prior to joining Medic Mobile, Brian served at the Global Health Corps community as Alumni Program Manager, overseeing program work to support more than 800 global health leaders in more than 35 countries in the world. With a passion for developing young leaders and the use of Information... Read More →



Friday May 10, 2019 11:15am - 11:55am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:30am

Lunch
Friday May 10, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:00pm

Faces of the Commons Photobooth
Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
4th Floor Foyer

12:00pm

Tribe of Noise
Friday May 10, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Same Old Story: how we're replicating systems of power in open publishing
This session will consider the ways in which emerging open publishing systems replicate the problems of traditional models, including existing power structures and hierarchies. The panel will then reflect on what a truly open publishing system might look like in their contexts (open education, open access, library publishing etc.), including the role of technology, re-use rights, peer review and language & translation, as well as the vital importance of ensuring those who have been structurally excluded from and marginalised within academia and publishing are part of the rebuilding process.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RGIrQIrTMFDnPobBbVBdAk3uJLL9LnnNkzdaNXoOFzo/edit

Speakers


Friday May 10, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

H5P + CC for OER Creation
This presentation introduces participants to the process for integrating CC-licensed materials into the open authoring platform H5P for delivery to a worldwide audience of learners. The first part of the presentation surveys extant H5P + CC websites, covering institutional, academic and personal learning scenarios. The second part demonstrates the presenters’ own application of H5P + CC, a coursebook for learning Spanish. Live content creation (CC materials discovery and insertion into H5P) will show the authoring process. LMS integration via LTI will be addressed, as well.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dVhE-nab4Qkg2Ew4GEZMZHOolPNJHPBukvEB5sVzjlE/edit


Friday May 10, 2019 1:00pm - 1:40pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Communication strategies to strengthen the commons
The session will be a workshop to discuss communication strategies in Open GLAM and in free culture in general. Participants will share experiences related to the task of communication of digital heritage, digital collections and free culture, as well as reflect conceptually on the strategies. We will try to answer questions related to diversity and the construction of citizenship around the commons, starting from the idea that communication strategies can help people discover and access the commons, but can also have a key role in the promotion of cultural rights in a broader sense.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CJS14rrgPjHxVJkYuRZWHJHT39peysFzR_r8yE4pMOY/edit

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 Douglas McCarthy

Douglas McCarthy

Collections Manager, Europeana
I've been a picture researcher, curator and collections manager for the past twenty years, driven by curiosity and a passion for visual culture. At Europeana, I promote open access in the GLAM sector. In a personal capacity, I co-lead an ongoing international survey of Open GLAM policy... Read More →
avatar for Daniela Schütte

Daniela Schütte

Content website coordinator, Chile National Library
I work as coordinator of the websites Memoria Chilena, Chile para Niños and Biblioteca Nacional Digital. Through them, we digitize and put online the public domain documents that are part of the collections of the National Library of Chile. We use different strategies to contextualize... Read More →
avatar for Jennie Rose Halperin

Jennie Rose Halperin

Jennie is the Communications Manager at Creative Commons. She makes the CC communications and brand sparkle and works with communities to tell their stories through a variety of media.She previously worked for Safari Books Online/O'Reilly Media as the Product Engagement Manager and... Read More →
avatar for Alex Stinson

Alex Stinson

Project Manager, The Wikipedia Library
Alex Stinson is a digital humanist and Wikipedian currently located in Kansas. He currently works as the Project Manager for The Wikipedia Library at the Wikimedia Foundation, where he supports libraries, publishers, and other knowledge holding institutions, like those supporting... Read More →
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.


Friday May 10, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Experiencing Global Liveability & Building Open Resilience
Cities account for 70% of global GDP, as property rights diminish, living in high-rise cities is the norm. This creates specific problems around DENSITY, EQUITY, AMENITY, DIVERSITY and INCLUSIVITY. We know that socioeconomic status is closely aligned to health and wellbeing. Low-income communities don’t often start that way, urban inequality and the economic status of residents can change quickly, rapid urbanisation can isolate communities that were once connected and healthy. COMPACT CITIES [platform] examines wellbeing and density in cities by extending OPEN DATA.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ldIco53_Q0t0Kw8E535wwEC4iyqAA7AWb9VhYGZf_rI/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kathryn BUNN

Kathryn BUNN

FOUNDER, SUPERFUTURE PROJECTS
International project consultant and advisor with 20 (+) years experience in strategic communication and policy; community consultation and stakeholder management; architecture, urban design and development management. Working experience across a broad range of government, commercial... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:15pm

Establishing a Global Open Ed Coaching Network

This discussion originated somewhat organically among a small international group of educators and policymakers at the 2018 Open Education Leadership Summit in Paris, France (see an overview of our groups proposed roadmap in the Session Notes). The goal of this session is to open up the conversation about open ed coaching to a broader group of participants to address questions (among others) such as:

  • What do we mean by “open education coaching”?

  • How might an Global Open Education Coaching Network be structured?
  • What specific needs should a Global Open Education Coaching Network network address?

Please come to this interactive session ready to participate and share your ideas.


Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IJk5gvs7QoiIdqSxyOQpHmRfXaUDV3EA1RNIYEq1hr0/edit

Speakers
avatar for Richard Sebastian

Richard Sebastian

Director, OER Degree Initiative, Achieving the Dream
Dr. Richard Sebastian is the Director of Achieving the Dream's OER Degree Initiative, an effort to support colleges across the United States in designing degree programs using open educational resources.Before joining ATD, Richard was the Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies... Read More →
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

President, Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation
I am the founder and president of Centrum Cyfrowe, a think-and-do-tank building a digital civic society in Poland. In 2004, I co-founded Creative Commons Poland and since then am one of the coordinators of the project. Since 2015, I have been actively involved and have served as... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 1:15pm - 2:10pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

Let's Chapter Together
The purpose is to ignite a discussion about how chapters can help each other using common formats, hub for files, the same tools and remixable content.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/16JMmsWmWIoHZQbKe4uvUVhiqZW6o9A6zKQ3GNaiVqyo/edit

Speakers
avatar for Peter Leth

Peter Leth

Educational Advisor, CC Denmark
Hi. Looking forward meeting you all. My main focus is on how to bring open content into education and how to engage people and build communities via "open minded" projects.


Friday May 10, 2019 1:30pm - 2:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

Open Source at Creative Commons
Creative Commons has been building free software for over a decade to support our mission of maximizing digital creativity, sharing, and innovation. We would love your assistance in creating and improving that software. Please join us to meet our engineering team, hear about current projects, and discuss collaboration.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KCNTwUNY2mVhMnlqeqIPebHihLFRPx8cgpgiv67IPAg/edit

Speakers
avatar for Maarten Zeinstra

Maarten Zeinstra

Intellectual Property Lawyer, Information Professional, IP Squared
Talk to me about any topic you like. Some things about me: I'm an Information Professional and Intellectual Property Lawyer @ IP Squared: https://ip-squared.comSome of the projects that I have worked on:OpenNederland.nlcopyrightexceptions.euoutofcopyright.eudiligentsearch.eurightsstatements.orgEuropeana... Read More →
avatar for Kriti Godey

Kriti Godey

Director of Engineering, Creative Commons
SC

Sophine Clachar

Creative Commons
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 work to use their 15 years of professional experience to empower others' use of technology and digital infrastructure.Timid Robot loves... Read More →
avatar for Hugo Solar

Hugo Solar

Web Developer, Creative Commons


Friday May 10, 2019 1:30pm - 2:25pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

The Exceptions Agenda at the World Intellectual Property Organization
Panel members will include current participants in the World Intellectual Property Organization Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights.

We will discuss the current plans for work of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights – including regional meetings in Asia, Africa and Latin America -- and how chapters can get involved.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WmvAWhwrELva2Lfd5R2V26BXGa4hqTuxx8yUUYi-Orw/edit

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Wyber

Stephen Wyber

Stephen leads the team at IFLA working to promote a better policy environment for the world's 320 000 libraries and their billion + users. IFLA works on a range of issues from access to information to privacy, development and Internet governance, and is strongly engaged in discussions... Read More →
avatar for Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn

Assoc Dir, Program on Info Justice and IP
Sean Flynn teaches courses on the intersection of intellectual property, trade law, and human rights and is the Associate Director of the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP). At PIJIP, Professor Flynn designs and manages a wide variety of research and... Read More →
avatar for Ariadna Matas

Ariadna Matas

Policy and Research Officer, International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
I am a policy and research officer at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), where I work on copyright matters worldwide from the perspective of access to information. At IFLA I create policies to guide the library sector in this matters, and... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 1:30pm - 2:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:45pm

Creative Commons and their participation in local governments in Central America
In this session we will discuss successful stories in Panama, Guatemala, Colombia and Paraguay, risks and challenges in each country and discuss with the audience what other opportunities following other CC chapters, to fully include Creative Commons tools in a everyday basis together with the local authorities.  

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kk95DXWw3BRGppb54qbJBmOMTbREJMeMNdGCrB9Hgww/edit

Speakers
avatar for Maria Juliana Soto

Maria Juliana Soto

Researcher / CC Colombia, Karisma Foundation
avatar for Margorie Merel

Margorie Merel

Lawyer, tv and radio producer, researcher. Working on copyright. JD student. @creativeCommons
avatar for Sharon Emptage

Sharon Emptage

Research Assistant, IPANDETEC


Friday May 10, 2019 1:45pm - 2:40pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Open Design Toolkit
Open Design Toolkit is a set of frameworks and methodologies, released under appropriate CC license, to enable innovation in open communities.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qjkZj88I5kAWNYKr2pMUGsMilDbb8IUQzcH0pfa-hic/edit

Speakers
avatar for Veethika Mishra

Veethika Mishra

Interaction Designer, Red Hat
Veethika is an Interaction Designer by practice and a tabletop gaming enthusiast. She believes in the power of play and storytelling in crafting extraordinary experiences. Some of her works we also presented at OER 2016(Edinburgh), Dubai Design Week 2017(Dubai) and CC Global Summit... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Gamifying the Commons: Using 'play' to improve CC licensing education
Teaching copyright licensing in a fun and engaging way is one of the biggest day to day challenges Commoners face. With lots of detail, high risk potential if we get it wrong, and little enthusiasm from most learners--making copyright workshops entertaining is important. This workshop will detail the history of CC Release Em Poker, how 'play' can be used for more effective adult learning, and we'll give participants the opportunity to play the game, and show off our beautiful new deck of Creative Commons license playing cards.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VvlNVt5o7c43lm3WYu9ZXdIMkyzVTm1-wWGF5m4MNM8/edit

Speakers
M

Mandy

CEO, Tohatoha Aotearoa Commons
We are an NGO growing a movement that advocates, promotes, and enables openness, sharing, and equity in Aotearoa and on the internet.
avatar for Cam Findlay

Cam Findlay

Product Wrangler, Data.govt.nz
Open source software geek, community manager and facilitator, Cam is always looking for ways to help others learn about open source and open data at workshops and meetups across the New Zealand public sector (even becoming a Lego Serious Play facilitator just so he could play with... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:15pm

Creators of the Commons Lightning Talks
Introducing Global Voices - Introducing Global Voices as an organization and community, including Global Voices history as a CC contributor, as well as different projects that compliment CC, community management models and self generating income while still using CC - Mohamed ElGohary 

Wikidocumentaries: a Wiki for small history - Wikidocumentaries is a wiki for micro-history. It is driven by the desire to collect fragments of histories and put them together again as stories. And not just the stories we already are familiar with, the big ones. The world is full of perspectives, and if we could traverse them, we might see the big ones differently. Wikidocumentaries creates a collaboration platform with the help of Wikidata and Wikibase technology. It invites citizen historians to arrange, enrich and remix media gathered from open repositories and contribute the enhanced knowledge back to open environments - Susanna Ånäs

Slides http://tiny.cc/1amk6y
Demo https://wikidocumentaries-demo.wmflabs.org/
Translations https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Translating:Wikidocumentaries
Documentation http://wikidocumentaries.wmflabs.org


CC Profiles in Arts & Entertainment Frontiers - How are license holders innovating the usage of Creative Commons rights in commercial cultural fields where they are not in wide usage? Science fiction fantasy author Eva L. Elasigue will discuss her use of CC in the realm of book and story publishing, from internet serialization, platform partnership, artistic collaboration, to print products. She will also bring word of other creative project innovators from the science fiction fantasy media genre and beyond - Eva L. Elasigue

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zX5L-GBmhxKnF_31AlkwI4Gs4jZxRZqGAJ_dY_ZrR50/edit

Speakers
avatar for Eva L. Elasigue

Eva L. Elasigue

Author, Primal Spiral
avatar for Mohamed ElGohary

Mohamed ElGohary

Lingua Manager, Global Voices
I'm Global Voices Lingua Manager. Interested in the internet and human rights in Egypt and the Middle East, while providing Arabic content to help the average Arab citizen use the internet.
avatar for Susanna Ånäs

Susanna Ånäs

Project manager, Wikidocumentaries
II work on a microhistory project that combines open content with content from citizen historians and contributes them back to open platforms. Let's talk about structured (meta)data, Wikibase, CC0, underrepresented communities' knowledge or historical geodata!


Friday May 10, 2019 2:15pm - 3:10pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Fun, enjoyable, sweet. Let’s talk about OER and CC licenses in a different way

Speakers
avatar for Paola Corti

Paola Corti

Project Manager, Politecnico di Milano
I'm a project manager and instructional designer and I'm involved in different MOOC projects at present time. I'm responsible the MOOCs for Teachers series (devoted to didactical innovation) on Polimi Open Knowledge platform (www.pok.polimi.it). One of the MOOCs in this series, "Using... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Bringing Hyperaudio to Schools to Promote Media Literacy
Hyperaudio is a fun and intuitive way of editing videos from transcripts. A few years ago we trialed a prototype with children at Chattanooga Public Library in the USA. Now we are trialing this new way of remixing Creative Commons audio and video content with Italian school children. Find out how we did this, what we learned and the implications for Media Literacy, the Commons and the Video Essay.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r2ET95aCUDQRoHHZ8-fHz-gnAEK9xnpweG4DHhEsOBA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Mark Boas

Mark Boas

Bad Idea Factory
I'm a developer and product person who likes to work on open source web-based media projects, that push things in new and interesting directions.Talk to me about audio and video, civic projects, cooperatives, community and working in a pizzeria.



Friday May 10, 2019 2:30pm - 3:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

State of CC usability and user research
In 2018, CC kicked off an exciting initiative called CC usability. I will present findings from six months of user research, including the high-level goals and human-centered design process we undertook, and how we arrived at 9 key insights. I will also present some of the prototypes we developed, and how the research transformed our approach to the CC Search product. Lastly, I’ll preview what’s ahead in 2019 and gather feedback on ways to more effectively engage the global community in this work.


Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WTNrXVrpq4Wuz1FetP78NoUCtemOkHjMneC8DkqxNkE/edit

Speakers
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Product & Research, Creative Commons
CC Search! CC usability and user research!



Friday May 10, 2019 2:30pm - 3:25pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Language as political commons. Building policies & practices on language that reinforce inclusiveness of the commons
Language is the oldest of humanity’s commons. A language belongs to everybody speaking it, carrying emotions, stories, anecdotes and traditions that can be both public and private. Language diversity helps participate in commoning in the way that is most intuitively understood. No wonder that in some political settings a politically sensitive language is first to be policed, forbidden, and erased. By nourishing and honoring language diversity in and via the commons, our community can counteract marginalisation and erasure of the wealth of the human experience. But are we doing a good job?

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PdVI70y5JctHr-jRCcw7s-3KtmL7ekahW0Fmgg8ju4I/edit

Speakers
avatar for Anass Sedrati

Anass Sedrati

Wikimedia Morocco
Anass Sedrati holds a Bachelor of Arts in MENA cultures and international relations (2017, Stockholm University – Sweden) and two engineering degrees in Telecommunication from Telecom ParisTech (France) and The Royal Institute of Technology (2012, KTH – Sweden). Since 2016,he... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 2:30pm - 3:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:45pm

Translating images, not just text: locally relevant Visual Storytelling for CC Campaigns
Sam Muirhead is currently hosted by Creative Commons as a Mozilla Fellow, working to make advocacy campaigns more effective, through the use of adaptable images, design, illustration, and animation.

He has been connecting with artists, activists and CC network members, running workshops, and developing web tools to co-create and adapt illustrations to different contexts.

This will be an collaborative, analog, hands-on workshop, in which we'll look into how you might use visual storytelling to communicate your own work, we'll doodle some (rough!) ideas, and then try localizing or 'translating' images to be more relevant for your local community or context.

Based on the ideas and creations in this workshop, we can decide how to implement a digital, remixable visual campaign on a CC-related topic.


Speakers
avatar for Sam Muirhead

Sam Muirhead

Activist, Artist, Animator, Camera Libre
I'm an animator and activist working to push the collaborative, transparent, and ethical ideas of the Free/Libre Open Source movement into wider society - with a particular focus on the arts.In 2012 I lived an experimental 'Year of Open Source' (http://yearofopensource.net), applying... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 2:45pm - 3:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:45pm

Public Domain Awareness Project: enhancing use of CC’s Public Domain tools for GLAM institutions and re-users Part 1: Challenges to supporting a robust public domain in a complicated ecosystem
The aim of this workshop is to understand the current needs of GLAM institutions when marking works in the public domain, and their challenges when using CC’s Public Domain tools, especially with regards to: hybrid works (in the public domain in some jurisdiction(s) and under copyright in others); copyright clearance assessments that GLAM institutions undertake; and communicating re-use of public domain works to the general public. This workshop is timely given the need for institutions contributing to projects such as Europeana and DPLA to convey copyright and public domain information.

Agenda for the session:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VXxeRX63X2jllQHwVRp3ZbOkP-Wm8Lus3Zh4nLMZoo4/edit?usp=sharing

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HrZNQF7r7MctFU2JT5FOCahbX7l83ZfDfBYiLegvVzk/edit

Overview of project and proposed work plan:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1G7ABg-1l3pIkXxFsyrs6AhSgV6elrOqGp50YXi6tezU/edit?usp=sharing


Join the CC Slack channel about this session.


Moderators
avatar for Alex Stinson

Alex Stinson

Project Manager, The Wikipedia Library
Alex Stinson is a digital humanist and Wikipedian currently located in Kansas. He currently works as the Project Manager for The Wikipedia Library at the Wikimedia Foundation, where he supports libraries, publishers, and other knowledge holding institutions, like those supporting... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.
avatar for Michael Carroll

Michael Carroll

Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law
I'm one of the founding Board members of Creative Commons and served on the Board until December 2015. I've been involved with the CC USA chapter since then. I work mostly on open education, open access, open data, and open science. I'm also on the Board of the Public Library of... Read More →
avatar for Maarten Zeinstra

Maarten Zeinstra

Intellectual Property Lawyer, Information Professional, IP Squared
Talk to me about any topic you like. Some things about me: I'm an Information Professional and Intellectual Property Lawyer @ IP Squared: https://ip-squared.comSome of the projects that I have worked on:OpenNederland.nlcopyrightexceptions.euoutofcopyright.eudiligentsearch.eurightsstatements.orgEuropeana... Read More →
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
"Pick big fights with your enemies, not small fights with your friends." Copyright, CC licenses, open government, data, education, and open access. Public domain, policy. Espresso. Bicycles.
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC.
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 Paul Keller

Paul Keller

COMMUNIA
EU digital policy nerd, recovering copyright reform activist. Co-founder of COMMUNIA, former director of Kennisland, former CC board member, Europeana policy advisor. I work on creating a more equitable and democratic digital environment. Depending on the task at hand, I can shape-shift... Read More →
avatar for Douglas McCarthy

Douglas McCarthy

Collections Manager, Europeana
I've been a picture researcher, curator and collections manager for the past twenty years, driven by curiosity and a passion for visual culture. At Europeana, I promote open access in the GLAM sector. In a personal capacity, I co-lead an ongoing international survey of Open GLAM policy... Read More →
avatar for Sandra Fauconnier

Sandra Fauconnier

Program Officer, GLAM and Structured Data, Wikimedia Foundation
avatar for Hanno Lans

Hanno Lans

CopyClear
avatar for Andrea Wallace

Andrea Wallace

Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter


Friday May 10, 2019 2:45pm - 3:40pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:00pm

Remix my Remix: Creating a patchwork of influential art
If you like the idea of remixing, but you don’t really know where to start, then this session is for you. This hands-on experience for both in-person and online participants uses an online tool, the Fabulous Remixer Machine (so bring your device!) allowing you to quickly remix someone else’s remix, under a Creative Commons Share-Alike licence. The ideas that you come up with will be different from most other people, and of course the ideas that other people come up with can also provide inspiration for you. Anyone can remix, and the collaborative possibilities are endless - and a lot of fun!

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FnUbwlpMR3Z2u5qXWju_DyXar8ZiVjcZp3FOSt8J0qo/edit

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Mathers

Bryan Mathers

Founder, Visual Thinkery
Bryan Mathers listens to dialogue between people and creates artwork from their voices. The Visual Thinkery he creates has be used by the Open University, Creative Commons, Mozilla, ALT, Rethink Plastic, and many others. He is also a co-founder of WeAreOpen Co-operative. For many... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 3:00pm - 3:25pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:15pm

CC Music Makers Show Cases
DJ Rocky Marsiano, a local icon, radio host, resident DJ in Lisbon is also Head of Music at CCGN member Tribe of Noise. His day job is to curate tens of thousands of CC BY SA licensed songs, manage bespoke briefings from clients in need of quality music and nurture musicians around the world. During this session, co-hosted by Tribe’s CEO Hessel van Oorschot, he will share some amazing stories and showcase results of the global re:REC (www.rerec.co) public domain music contest.

Speakers
avatar for Hessel van Oorschot

Hessel van Oorschot

Founder & CEO, Tribe of Noise
Investing in CC models for over a decade. Sharing and reusing open content starts with helping maker communities; facilitate the tooling, build trust and lead by example. Full disclosure: co-founder & CEO Tribe of Noise, Executive Partner New Media Squad, Secretary Open Nederland... Read More →



Friday May 10, 2019 3:15pm - 4:25pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Platforms and commons - how to foster access to knowledge and openness?
Many sectors and social practices nowadays are being “platformised”, from public health to security, from news to entertainment services. We would like to highlight the shortcomings and the societal implications of such a model, discuss how this global trend can affect local social relations, and alternatives such as platform cooperativism, and how could the Creative Commons movement play a role in addressing the transformational shift that is need for fostering human creativity and individual freedom, access to information and services in the era of concentration of power.  

Speakers
avatar for Mariana Valente

Mariana Valente

Director, InternetLab
CC-Brazil coordinator and GNC representative. I am also the director of InternetLab, where I do research around human rights and the Internet; Internet regulation; Gender and Tech; Access to knowledge and Copyright.


Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Wikimedia 2030: Building our future together - With you!

In 2017, Wikimedia has embarked on a multi-year strategy process to define the future of our movement. One of the first results is our Strategic Direction: “By 2030, Wikimedia will become the essential infrastructure of the ecosystem of free knowledge, and anyone who shares our vision will be able to join us.” Now we need to determine how we get there, and how the Wikimedia movement needs to change its structures, resources and dynamics so we can ultimately meet the priorities of “Knowledge as a Service” and “Knowledge Equity” laid out in the Strategic Direction. (https://2030.wikimedia.org)

We are now on a mission to identify and implement the necessary changes on a global scale. Nine Working Groups (Roles and Responsibilities, Revenue Streams, Resource Allocation, Advocacy, Partnerships, Community Health, Diversity, Product and Technology, Capacity Building) are developing recommendations on how to set us up for success: How can power and money be distributed across the movement in an equitable way? How can we improve our organizational structures to support communities and knowledge that have been left out because of power structures and privileges? What do we need to change to become a healthy, diverse movement that welcomes everyone who joins our vision to participate.

In this workshop, we will present the current status of the work and then invite our friends and allies from Creative Commons and the Big Open to contribute to this change process by providing their views and expertise.

Slides: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CC_Summit_2019_%E2%80%93_Wikimedia_Movement_Strategy.pdf
  Session notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OBn4op3V1vAuylQk2VaIHbx5WhvzhXt8K9sz7f-EvKI/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kaarel

Kaarel

Movement Strategy Process Architect, Wikimedia
➣ The future of the ecosystem of free knowledge.➣ Wikimedia Movement Strategy Process (#Wikimedia2030)➣ Excitement of long term thinking (especially across the borders of organizations and movements)
avatar for Nicole Ebber

Nicole Ebber

International Relations; Movement Strategy, Wikimedia
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 movement in terms of shared responsibilities, movement... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Openly-Licensed Storyworlds: A workshop on recognizing collective authorship
What does it take to author a storyworld? No single person can maintain a contemporary, complex storyworld without the contribution of others, but this challenges our historical view of the individual author as godlike creator. This workshop examines existing management structures originating in fan culture and imagines what open licensing could do to value the contributions of others from a storyworld’s inception. We will originate a story world under a collective name in real time using characters from the public domain and choose the CC license best suited to its growth.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e5oJQp7EEQA1q4uM61riNDsq6-cd83sa55udLbC47GQ/edit

Speakers
avatar for Marsha Courneya

Marsha Courneya

Research Associate, Manchester Metropolitan University
Marsha Courneya is a writer, editor, and open licensing specialist based in Manchester. She holds a master's in Digital Narratives from the internationale filmschule köln in Cologne, Germany and has taught Systemic Narrative at the Cologne Game Lab. Starting out in indie film, she... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

The Campaign Game
"Make me an advertising campaign to stop people bullying ponies.", said Darth Vader. No, this is not a cultural mash-up, but one of the many strange campaigns that people worked on during this workshop. How does content creation work that is purposefully made to be open? And what should you share to maximize the potential impact of that content? That is the main goal of the campaign game. You'll work in a small team on an assignment under the guidance of Sebastiaan ter Burg, a full time freelance photographer and videographer that has been making CC licensed content for clients since 2009.  

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ealqiSDoMo8-DOtAhaphWcvOAB8E5czHQ9qWfSOYOCk/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Ethics and social justice in the global open education movement: Responding to what is broken ()
Over the past year, educators from different parts of the world faciltiated sessions at multiple conferences, discussing ethical and social justice concerns within the global open education movement. In this workshop participants will review the results of those previous sessions and categorize the problems into simple, complicated, complex and chaotic (using the Liberating Structure Agreement & Certainty Matrix). Then they will discuss potential responses to one or more of these problems, and will also commit to a list of concrete next steps they themselves will take.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x28dQaXAoPPB0TS-Xhn5UXOpt-JSXsd81ls4Gf1qhA0/edit

Speakers
avatar for Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks

Professor of Teaching in Philosophy, Academic Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Technology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Philosophy, OER, open textbooks, open pedagogy
avatar for Maha Bali

Maha Bali

Associate Professor of Practice, The American University in Cairo
I'm a MOOCaholic and writeaholic, passionate about open, connected learning. Co-founder of virtuallyconnecting.org (join us during #dlrn) and edcontexts.org) write for us!) and columnist/editor at Hybrid Pedagogy (you probably already know us)
avatar for Taskeen Adam

Taskeen Adam

South African Student at University of CambridgePhD candidate in Development Studies: Researching to what extent MOOCs can support marginalised groups in South Africa. Concerned with how historical injustices, cultural imposition, and economic dependence continue to play a pivotal... Read More →
avatar for Christian Friedrich

Christian Friedrich

Education and Science Advisor, Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.
Interested in most things related to Open Education and Open Science. Co-host of a German podcast on Open Education, proud Virtually Connecting Buddy and Co-Director, freelance consultant for the meaningful use of tech in learning and collaboration.


Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Fostering Openness in Education: considerations for sustainable policy making
Considering solid evidence-based driven framework by Haddad & Demsky (1995) : (a) Evaluation of the sector drawing on data, research, experience and international knowledge; (b) contextual analysis of the socio-political and economic, demographic, and cultural conditions and prospects; and (c) an assessment of the interest groups, their rationalities and their roles in education, our OE policy design workshop aims at fostering a discussion towards promoting co-creation of OE policies analysing a series of elements from the perspective of international stakeholders.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DPoKqvGcmsxHq40cd5TaB1WSZw40UX5uwd90pbRmbLo/edit

Speakers
avatar for Leo Havemann

Leo Havemann

Digital Education Advisor / Postgraduate Researcher, University College London / Open University
Digital Education Advisor @ UCL (University College London), UK @UCLDigiEd Postgraduate Researcher, IET @ Open University, UK @IETatOU#GO_GN Co-coordinator of M25 Learning Technology Group #m25ltg #altcLapsed librarian, escaped IT support analyst, former HE tutor/precariat. Interested... Read More →
avatar for Javiera Atenas

Javiera Atenas

Data and Education Lead, OEGW - ILDA
Information Scientist with a PhD in Education and senior teaching fellow of the Higher Education Academy UK. She is the principal researcher in data and education at ILDA and co-coordinates the Open Education Working Group.@jatenas


Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:45pm

Public Domain Awareness Project: enhancing use of CC’s Public Domain tools for GLAM institutions and re-users Part 2: Exploring dependencies and legal/tech solutions for GLAM institutions and reusers
In this part of the session, we will split into four breakout groups: 
  • GLAM (Leads: Evelin Heidel --Scann--; Paul Keller; Roger Gillis)
  • Reusers (Leads: Sarah Pearson & Alex Stinson)
  • Legal (Leads: Diane Peters & Meredith Jacob)
  • Tech (Leads: Alden Page & Maarten Zeinstra)


Each group will workshop 3 groups of questions for 30 minutes (each) and report out following completion of each question (~ 5 mins per group). The questions for all groups will focus on the same challenge but from their respective focal points. For each of the three questions, the groups will be asked to consider the following aspects, plus any other points they consider important:

  • the nature of the challenges as framed
  • who experiences the challenges and who will benefit from a solution
  • what’s necessary to solve or ease the challenge for those audience(s), and who needs to be involved in crafting its solution
  • tangible action items and immediate next steps

Please see the agenda for the specific questions.

Agenda for the session:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VXxeRX63X2jllQHwVRp3ZbOkP-Wm8Lus3Zh4nLMZoo4/edit?usp=sharing

Session notes:
General notes for the session

Notes for each group:
GROUP 1: GLAM
GROUP 2: REUSERS
GROUP 3: TECH
GROUP 4: LEGAL


Slides:
Slideshow

Join the CC Slack channel about this session.

Moderators
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.
avatar for Roger Gillis

Roger Gillis

Copyright and Digital Humanities Librarian, Dalhousie U, Dalhousie University / Public Knowledge Project
Roger Gillis is the Copyright and Digital Humanities Librarian at Dalhousie University. His diverse role and expertise extends to digital publishing, digital scholarship, and copyright.
avatar for Meredith Jacob

Meredith Jacob

I work at American University Washington College of Law - at the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property - pijip.org. We're also the home of Creative Commons United States - the US Creative Commons Affiliate. I'm interested in public interest intellectual property... Read More →
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

COMMUNIA
EU digital policy nerd, recovering copyright reform activist. Co-founder of COMMUNIA, former director of Kennisland, former CC board member, Europeana policy advisor. I work on creating a more equitable and democratic digital environment. Depending on the task at hand, I can shape-shift... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC.
avatar for Alex Stinson

Alex Stinson

Project Manager, The Wikipedia Library
Alex Stinson is a digital humanist and Wikipedian currently located in Kansas. He currently works as the Project Manager for The Wikipedia Library at the Wikimedia Foundation, where he supports libraries, publishers, and other knowledge holding institutions, like those supporting... Read More →
avatar for Maarten Zeinstra

Maarten Zeinstra

Intellectual Property Lawyer, Information Professional, IP Squared
Talk to me about any topic you like. Some things about me: I'm an Information Professional and Intellectual Property Lawyer @ IP Squared: https://ip-squared.comSome of the projects that I have worked on:OpenNederland.nlcopyrightexceptions.euoutofcopyright.eudiligentsearch.eurightsstatements.orgEuropeana... Read More →

Friday May 10, 2019 3:45pm - 5:30pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Ontology of the Open' for Open Hardware
Our session will focus on usability of the commons by creating a standardized metadata card for each project to identify them, an idea currently being considered for open hardware projects. The session will seek to brainstorm the best ideas to identify open works online and offline through a in a rapid and effective manner. Participants of this session will play a game of card sorting/generation to classify open hardware projects as a way to get started.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/15XGx3bBxCPCD9vE8i-m1CzO_AZobp5aVwxvRM4i_XVI/edit

Speakers


Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Legal Frameworks that Focus on an Open Science Policy for Sharing Health Research Data
This session will present the results of the research "National Legal Frameworks in the Face of Data Opening for Health Research: personal, sensitive or sensitive data and intellectual property". It is divided into two parts. In the first, Paula Xavier dos Santos, coordinator of the Working Group on Open Science of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (GTCA-Fiocruz), will give a contextualization talk about the work of elaborating a Policy for Data Openness for Research for the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, a century-old institution of science and technology in health, linked to the Ministry of Health of Brazil, whose mission is to promote health and social development, generate and disseminate scientific and technological knowledge, and be an agent of citizenship.
In the second part, Paulo Guanaes, a member of the GTC-Fiocruz, will present some results of this research, which originates from the concern with the important and controversial issue of protection of privacy, personal data, intellectual property and copyright. With the authorship of Allan Rocha de Souza, Danilo Doneda, Francisco José Nascimento and Paulo Guanaes (organizer), the study brings together the legal norms identified in the set of Brazilian laws that, according to the authors, have an impact on themes related to health research , such as sharing and reusing data, using personal, sensitive or sensitive data, intellectual property on data, and information security.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/160-8LodCuRlZCYgQV7Zzhnx0ApPRmcf7D2oBMe08mzE/edit


Speakers
avatar for Paulo Cezar Vieira Guanaes

Paulo Cezar Vieira Guanaes

Editor, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
PhD in progress in Information Science by the Brazilian Institute of Scientific and Technological Information / Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IBICT / UFRJ) and Master in Information and Communication in Health by the Institute of Communication and Scientific and Technological... Read More →
PX

Paula Xavier Santos

PhD and MS in Information Science by the Brazilian Institute of Scientific and Technological Information / Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IBICT / UFRJ), is Information and Communication Coordinator of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz), a public health research institution... Read More →
AR

Allan Rocha de Souza

PhD in Civil Law by the State University of Rio de Janeiro. Professor and researcher in Civil Law, copyrights and intellectual property in the Law Undergraduate course (ITR-UFRRJ). Researcher and Vice-Coordinator of the National Institute of Technology (INCT) Proprietas (PPGH-UFF... Read More →
DD

Danilo Doneda

Bachelor of Laws from the Federal University of Paraná (1995), Master (1999) and PhD in Law from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (2004). Visiting professor at the Faculty of Law of the State University of Rio de Janeiro. He was General Coordinator of Studies and Market Monitoring... Read More →
FJ

Francisco José Nascimento

Master in Management of Documents and Archives by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, with Specialization in Management and Protection of the Patrimony of Science and Health by the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation. He holds a degree in Archivology from the Fluminense Federal University... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Open Data and Open Government Lightning Talks: Amanda Wakaruk, Huseyin Kebapci, Sailesh Patnaik
Lightning talk: Amanda Wakaruk
The closed door of open government: Creative Commons as a remedy for Crown copyright barriers
Open licensing of government publications is a laudable goal, but is rarely achieved in Canada. As a result, many government works have become inaccessible, or even been lost due to Crown copyright chill. This session will report on recent advocacy work to persuade Canada’s federal government to update an antiquated and undemocratic copyright provision. This includes parliamentary testimony provided by Creative Commons and other stakeholders.

Lightning talk: Huseyin Kebapci
Furthering the reuse of public knowledge: European Commission adopts CC
licenses

The European Commission has recently adopted CC-BY 4.0 and CC0 as its
standard open licences. Through its reuse policy, the Commission has already
been making its documents, publications, data and websites freely available to
the wider public. With CC licences, we can now create a reuse experience that is
less burdensome, more user-friendly and machine readable, all the while
improving legal clarity and downstream compatibility. The European Commission
is also launching a multi-language translation initiative to contribute to the
efforts of the Creative Commons community.

Lightning talk: Sailesh Patnaik
From a pilot project to policy level changes; Odisha Government adopting CC licenses
It all started in June 2017 where as a pilot project Odisha government released the website of Asian Athletic Championship under a Creative Commons license, showing the impact of their decision and with more pilot projects in the last one year, Odisha has agreed to have an Open content policy and adopt Creative Commons 4.0 license as a default license of their work.
Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fTybWpi3YDU_AamyKBeF4cR1BWyc1p0nZiQFnoss-zY/edit?ts=5cd6fb06

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sE-Dz-WpkiXLBimSYV9ufqDIMcBvRqR5_EVQcpq7_As/edit

Speakers
avatar for Huseyin Kebapci

Huseyin Kebapci

Legal Officer, European Commission
avatar for Amanda Wakaruk

Amanda Wakaruk

Copyright Librarian, University of Alberta
Amanda Wakaruk is the Copyright Librarian at the University of Alberta. She completed her Master’s in Library and Information Studies at the UofA in 1999 and worked in public, special, and academic libraries in Edmonton, Virginia, and Toronto before returning to Alberta after... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Issues pertaining to licensing research data
The research community embraces the open science paradigm. What started out as a movement focused on open access has become a much wider endeavor with open access to research data as a major challenge. Making data open and FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) is the new mantra. It can only be realized with suitable legal tools. The existing CC license suit can in principle be used for data. However, since a) legal protection for data varies greatly between jurisdictions and b) researchers or research organizations may want to be able to tailor the licenses more to their needs, it may be appropriate inquiring adaptions of the existing CC licenses or creation of additional CC licenses should be considered.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-YOCFT7FgDXRx8lZExr5eRzuWHaoLoSGX4k1wNdfsYg/edit

Speakers
avatar for Paul Klimpel

Paul Klimpel

Partner, iRights.law
Dr. Paul Klimpel, born 1970 in Minden, Germany, got involved with cultural organizations in the 1990s. He joined the Museum of Film and Television (Deutsche Kinemathek) in 2002. Between 2006 and 2011 he worked as its administrative director. He was also chief executive of the German... Read More →
avatar for Christoph Bruch

Christoph Bruch

Helmholtz Association
Dr. Christoph Bruch is senior advisor for Strategy at Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office. He is a regular speaker on policy issues relating to open science. His focus is on legal aspects concerning research publications and research data. He is chair of the Working Group on... Read More →



Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Building the Commons Lightning Talks
Reengineering Open in the Digital Creation - It's been almost two decades since the discussion around 'open' in the realm of digital governance turned to mainstream. Openness has been addressed, challenged and understood in very political terms. Openness is political.  The advent of new technologies and their pervasive nature requires all digital actors to fit 'open' for new purpose, to reframe its meaning and reengineer the overall design. This presentation identifies the way big data and algorithmic analysis act as drivers for new concerns, new solutions and a different management of the global semantic capital - Alexandros Nousias 

Making Money is Important! Open Business Models as an Integrated Part of Creative Commons Movement - Creative Commons was found due to the failure to stop the Copyright Term Extension Act. This ever increasing control is imposed on us in the name of the benefits of the creators, with the latest incarnation as the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. By giving creators tools to receive revenue without retaining full copyright, we can demonstrate that open business models are viable alternatives other than control. The success of "Made with Creative Commons" strongly indicated that Open Business Models should be an integrated part of the Creative Commons Movement - Haggen So

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n2PbAHI02D_1qjqIQGzC0Er2FxSGbkEZ08liJcENQLo/edit

Speakers
avatar for Alexandros Nousias

Alexandros Nousias

Senior Ethics Officer, National Centre for Scientific Research - Demokritos
Public interest technologist. Trainer and trainee.Interested in efficiency and fairness by design and seeks for relevant business and social models by mixing ideas, bridging gaps, connecting dots.Operating in both the context of the market and H2020 innovation actions.
avatar for Haggen So

Haggen So

Director, Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association
Graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Dr. So is the president of the Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association and the public lead of Creative Commons Hong Kong. He is a visiting lecturer of the Hong Kong Community College and previously taught in Hong Kong... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:30pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Empowering Student Leadership in Open Education
Open Education is an area in which student advocacy is gaining traction, but can be threatened by the short turnover of student leaders and the competing priorities that arise as a result. However, with institutional support from libraries, faculty and other campus allies, sustainable success can be achieved with long-term planning in mind. The purpose of this session is to equip leaders across all stakeholder groups with the tools to encourage students to take an active role their own advocacy at their respective institutions.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xt7MJ6MBdopgKcOgdEZfXF2zhtBzlF-PNIZvsbKeAx4/edit

Speakers
avatar for Hailey Babb

Hailey Babb

Student, University of Lethbridge / SPARC
Hailey Babb is an engaged student leader at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. Currently completing the final year of her undergraduate degree in Psychology, Hailey has been involved in advocacy efforts to promote the adoption of OER through her roles as both Vice-President... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Gamifiying Education
Learn about coming up with the right gameplay and engaging mechanics for the relevant subject matter while designing games for students.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/10iJ2gw63SltAqFACw4YCHcbyNlNd0pBz02wBV7Pf6KE/edit

Speakers
avatar for Veethika Mishra

Veethika Mishra

Interaction Designer, Red Hat
Veethika is an Interaction Designer by practice and a tabletop gaming enthusiast. She believes in the power of play and storytelling in crafting extraordinary experiences. Some of her works we also presented at OER 2016(Edinburgh), Dubai Design Week 2017(Dubai) and CC Global Summit... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal
 
Saturday, May 11
 

8:00am

Breakfast
Saturday May 11, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
5th Floor Foyer, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-352 Lisboa, Portugal

8:00am

Faces of the Commons Photobooth
Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
4th Floor Foyer

8:00am

Registration
Saturday May 11, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Main Floor

8:00am

Prayer Space / Quiet Space
Saturday May 11, 2019 8:00am - 5:25pm
1st Floor, Lounge, Museu Do Oriente 1350-279 Lisbon, Portugal

8:15am

Chair Yoga
Speakers
CG

Cristina Gondar (Hari Om Kaur)

Cristina Gondar (Hari Om Kaur) has been teaching yoga for over 10 years, first in London and now in Lisbon where she lives. Previously, she worked in rural development projects in different countries in Africa and lived several years in the UK. She is also a Zen Shiatsu therapist... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 8:15am - 8:45am
5th Floor Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

CC ID tool Embedded Open Resources Registration and Reuse environment
The Creative Common Licenses Embedded Open Resources Registration and Reuse Services (CC ID) is a one-year pilot initiative to advance discovery, distribution and reuse of open works licensed by CC. Authors find it hard to claim their copyright or take legal action for any violation of their works because of original work “link rot” or author's anonymity, use of nicknames, etc., while Internet users lack effective tools to discover CC Licensed works. National Science Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and CC China formally launched CC ID tool in June 2018 to address these problems.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V818MK9Nfgjxq8b_JEl60F6mVeN_lDWA5jwMJo_VZuc/edit

Speakers
avatar for Fang Wang

Fang Wang

National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Saturday May 11, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Beyond Bathrooms and Bullying: Leveraging Open Educational Resources for LGBTQ-Inclusive Curricula
LGBTQ students face challenges far beyond bullying and bathroom access. Almost universally, PreK-12 classroom curricula do not reflect, validate, or engage queer students. Many schools use outdated and biased instructional materials because creating new ones is expensive, difficult, and there is little guidance. This presents a ripe opportunity for open educational resources. This session will ask participants to brainstorm the benefits and challenges in leveraging OER for LGBTQ students and workshop ways to support both the development of content and the policies critical for implementation.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XKbvMujO2fYvCCzQWZcXWPX42i61_dQ1Rsh9292hRKY/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kristina Ishmael

Kristina Ishmael

Sr. Program Mgr, Education Policy, New America
Kristina Ishmael is an educator, learner, thought leader, advocate, and agent of change. After her work in the classroom and at the state, she found herself in the nation’s capital working on education policy around instructional materials in the perfect culmination of her commitment... Read More →
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Sabia Prescott

Senior Program Associate, New America
Sabia Prescott is a senior program associate with the Education Policy program. Prior to joining New America, Sabia served as the media policy fellow at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Global Communication Studies and as an English annotator at the Linguistic Data Consortium... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 9:00am - 9:40am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Creative Commons: The Mexican Challenge & Common Strategies in Latin America
Many artists, activists and Mexican projects use and promote CC licenses. Though, there are still a number of problems surrounding their implementation in academia, government and industries. This may happen of course due the absense of a unified CC community, but also due to a set of public policies and weak author's rights culture enabling the unproportionate raise of collecting societies and monetary based intermediation. This is a reading of the complex, while exciting, mexican CC culture scenario amidst an upcoming renovated widespreadal of the CC movement in LATAM.

Latin American countries face common challenges regarding the evolution of the internet, culture protection or information access. In order to boost regional collaboration, for the recognition of equal elements and situations that can be used as a diagnosis to work on in coordination among the CC chapter in the region, we consider the Summit to be a perfect venue to launch the discussion. As a region composed by several countries, each of them with particular realities but often consider to have one unique identity, it is also a great chance to introduce everyone to our differences and goals.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GxbIQeJ-D0uBTByeOZU8qzQ2d0QOP2qczAqClgkt9RM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Maria Juliana Soto

Maria Juliana Soto

Researcher / CC Colombia, Karisma Foundation
avatar for Renata Avila

Renata Avila

CC Board Member
Renata Avila, (Guatemalan), is an international Human Rights lawyer, specialising in the next wave of technological challenges to preserve and advance our rights, and understand better the politics of data and their implications on trade, democracy and society. She is currently writing... Read More →
avatar for Beatriz Busaniche

Beatriz Busaniche

President of the Vía Libre Foundation, Argentina.Master in Intellectual Property. Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and FLACSO Argentina.She is a professor of Human Rights and Intellectual Property in FLACSO and of Right to Culture in the Faculty of Economic Sciences of... Read More →
avatar for Matías Butelman

Matías Butelman

CC Argentina Chapter Lead. Currently working on the digital transformation of Buenos Aires museums and libraries. One half of bibliohack.org, a project focused on the development of open technology for heritage digitisation and management processes.
avatar for Irene Soria Guzmán

Irene Soria Guzmán

Representative to the Global Network Council, Creative Commons México
I am graphic designer, academic and Free Software and Free Culture activist. Since 10 years ago, I use only free software and open resourses in my work as a professor and designer. I actually study Feminist Studies PhD program on UAM Xochimilco México


Saturday May 11, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Playful approaches to copyright literacy: supporting open educational practices in a global context
Open educational practices (OEPs) are built on understanding of copyright and licensing, but it can be difficult to engage people with copyright, which can limit their ability to contribute to the intellectual commons. The workshop recognises the importance of copyright literacy in supporting OEPs. We explore international attempts to raise copyright awareness amongst librarians and specialists supporting open education initiatives, starting with a recent statement from IFLA. Participants will then play two openly licensed games and discuss how they can be used and adapted.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vnYqPUcfzVH7xLj7iVoLYqZuO7AdVylUxATbNOrN_RI/edit

Speakers
avatar for Chris Morrison

Chris Morrison

Copyright, Licensing & Policy Manager, University of Kent
I am a university copyright and licensing specialist. I run the blog copyrightliteracy.org along with my research partner Jane Secker. We have created a number of openly licensed game resources to teach people about the way copyright works. I am interested in bridging the gaps between... Read More →
avatar for Jane Secker

Jane Secker

I'm Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London. I run the educational technology modules and a module on digital literacies and open practice. I also run the website copyrightliteracy.org with Chris Morrison which is a site to promote copyright education... Read More →
avatar for Stephen Wyber

Stephen Wyber

Stephen leads the team at IFLA working to promote a better policy environment for the world's 320 000 libraries and their billion + users. IFLA works on a range of issues from access to information to privacy, development and Internet governance, and is strongly engaged in discussions... Read More →
avatar for Ariadna Matas

Ariadna Matas

Policy and Research Officer, International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
I am a policy and research officer at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), where I work on copyright matters worldwide from the perspective of access to information. At IFLA I create policies to guide the library sector in this matters, and... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Towards Collaborative Open Educational Resources (OER) Projects in Tanzania
Open Movement in Tanzania started long time in 2006 when Creative Commons Team was launched and hosted by The open University of Tanzania. The university that operates its programmes through out the country. The movement have had many activities that have introduced the concept of OER and licensing in the country, There are number of scholars today who are researching on OERs and many initiatives established on the same with the SADC countries. It is through these initiatives that, in Tanzania the first Institutional OER Policy was developed and operationalized towards the national OER policy.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VHsXUz0JdacgysGuzd3der-jeFXLZ7YuLiE8b3o39qQ/edit

Speakers
avatar for Aristarik Maro

Aristarik Maro

Senior Librarian/Lecturer, The Law School of Tanzania
Aristarik Maro is currently a Public Lead - CC Tanzania Chapter who started as a CC Volunteer since 2006, working with the Higher Education Institutions in Tanzania and the East Africa Community partner states for more than 15 years now. He is currently works as Assistant lecturer... Read More →



Saturday May 11, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:00am

Public Domain Awareness Project: enhancing use of CC’s Public Domain tools for GLAM institutions and re-users Part 3: Designing a Roadmap and Next Steps
In Part III of this session we will do a hackaton to prototype some possible solutions that emerged in the conversation. Projects to be prototyped will include:  

User Stories & use cases of public domain material 
Mockup of the journey of works and documents inside different types of GLAMs; GLAMs stories
Integrate the jurisdictions terms into Wikidata
Case study on one jurisdiction that involves legal, GLAM and tech in one jurisdiction, with minimum viable information
Prototype one or two items within a particular jurisdiction and discuss it completeness

Agenda for the session:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VXxeRX63X2jllQHwVRp3ZbOkP-Wm8Lus3Zh4nLMZoo4/edit?usp=sharing

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V-KSlJxMscU3VzK9N5a-wHyZDdqtj-Ji_ylfeJ6b0FQ/edit

Join the CC Slack channel about this session.



Speakers
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC.


Saturday May 11, 2019 9:00am - 10:55am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:30am

The OpenCast - A Creative Commons’ Podcast
This session will feature different speakers and attendees sitting with me and guest hosts to discuss the program, the issues arising from those sessions, and giving their own experiences in the world of open and their takeaways from the summit as well.  

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IE6rrhF5IkKAE4mZ9cugWDrelq7p2fNnRYBZMRSKFtU/edit

Speakers

Saturday May 11, 2019 9:30am - 11:30am
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45am

How To Engage With Sacred and Restricted Spaces for the CC
Sacred places are unique places with their distinct stories and these stories are yet to be explored for the content. In Africa and elsewhere, sacred places and shrines are restricted places where journalists are forbidden to shoot photographs of happenings that are of general interest, knowledge and information required for global development. How do investigators get involved, have access to these great information? Commons need certain experience to be able to engage with sacred spaces for content.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gZYHAPQmZSecfrFRpQtfvoFSHwN-vjs3plU5U0d89hA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Ọmọ Yoòbá

Ọmọ Yoòbá

Founder/Marketing Executive/Yorùbá Lingua Manager, YCH/FRCN/Global Voices
Ọmọ Yoòbá is a journalist and cultural advocate. He's interested in language revitalization, technology, human rights and global unity. He's open to collaboration in all forms.


Saturday May 11, 2019 9:45am - 10:25am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

OpenSpeaks: Open Archives of the Voices of the Commons
Half of world's languages (6500) might be dead in a century's time (UNESCO). Languages — not just a tool for communications, but a device for political/social freedom and expression of nuances of a society. A dying language can wipe off the cultures of the native speakers if not documented in an accessible format.

OpenSpeaks in an open, global, participatory platform for communities to learn about digital-documentation of languages with focus on endangered ones funded by NatGeo and supported by Mozilla Open Leaders Series. This workshop will be a hands-on session for citizen archivists.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lyw4yLTZD2Dl0FVq0m-NBsKoGIzX56SXxD0VoZPRNo4/edit

Speakers
avatar for Subhashish Panigrahi

Subhashish Panigrahi

Founder, OpenSpeaks, O Foundation (OFDN); GV; Internet Society
Open Internet advocate. Founded OpenSpeaks (project to build digital documentation of marginalized languages), co-founded O Foundation (nonprofit for growing Openness in South Asia). Works as Chapter Development Manager, Asia-Pacific for Internet Society.


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:00am - 10:40am
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

Boosted STEM Education using Scientific Open Data&Tools
We plan to show in a complete Open Source and CC licensed environment where educators and the general public can be involved in Research, Programming, Big Data analysis. From the straightforward and full web-based tools to more sophisticated techniques and tools that they can use and take home. My main aim is to wake up the curiosity of the participants and let them use the resources.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1txLPVdnHPysGXRigMcyOO4wyPAH8AArvFJR0Ex8_1Q8/edit

Speakers
avatar for Arturo Sanchez

Arturo Sanchez

SysAdmin and PhD in Physics at ATLAS Experiment and Manager of ATLAS OpenData project, University-Udine+ICTP+INFN+CERN-ATLAS
Hi!We want to share our experiences at Outreaching High Energy Physics (HEP) around the World. The most extensive collaboration of the largest scientific experiment in the planet looks for ways to share their public data and software with students all over, reaching university professors... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:00am - 10:40am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

Creative Commons and Hubs - how to involve the creative hubs community in the open culture movement
This panel will address the possibilities of engaging the european creative hubs leaders in promoting the Creative Commons licenses and the open culture movement within the communities they support. Taking the successful example of "CC contact point" created by Dinamo10, in Portugal, we will discuss different possibilites and define models and/ or guidelines that can easily be implemented/ adopted by any creative hub around the globe.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JZyWGDwNrcRlhYcuziSlnpmt7hToG5Yb26fpxwgIkRU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Fatima Sao Simao

Fatima Sao Simao

UPTEC
Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is director of development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto. She is also the public lead of Creative Commons Portugal (as volunteer), being there responsible for the development of the CC Toolkit for Business... Read More →
DM

Diogo Morais Oliveira

Creative Commons Portugal
avatar for Joana Carvalho

Joana Carvalho

founder and community manager, DINAMO10
Joana Carvalho is a Viana local architect and co-founder of the creative hub DINAMO10. She started this community with the belief that interaction and sharing are key factors for creativity and success. Her internship for the Portuguese Architects Association took her to Olot, Spain... Read More →
avatar for Tania Santos

Tania Santos

Founder / Board Member, CRU / European Creative Hubs Network
Tânia Santos is the co-founder of CRU Cowork, a Creative Hub which combines a coworking space, an art gallery, and a designers store, in Porto.This hub is specially dedicated to supporting freelancers and solopreneurs from cultural and creative industries. She runs this creative... Read More →
avatar for Rafael Calado

Rafael Calado

Program / Operations Manager, FabLab Lisboa
Rafael is an architect with both public and private practice.He is the Program / Operations Manager @ FabLab Lisboa a Creative Hub that mixes a maker space with a broad community, events, workshops and residencies, and now in the way of creating a BioLab.He is also the co-founder... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:00am - 10:55am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

Artificial intelligence and CC licenses
This session brings together engaged thinkers experienced in the ethics and practices of sharing, copyright, and new technologies. Panelists will discuss AI and its implications for openly-licensed content. Topics to be covered include the use of AI to improve facial recognition software, text and data mining techniques, and the expectations held by some CC licensors about how their openly-licensed works ought not be used without their permission even when the licenses otherwise allow. For example, the use of CC-licensed works by companies seeking to improve machine learning implicates ethics, algorithmic transparency and bias and how to ensure that learning happens using an open and inclusive dataset. But not all licensors want their shared works to be used in such settings.


What solutions might the open community pursue outside of CC licenses that align creator expectations with those who are reusing their works? What tools might open platforms deploy to do the same, such as through establishing principles, best practices, or additional terms? This session is will explore analogous systems where change can be made and more.


Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gbfr79WHnUgDJb-aedHxqSbf8c-ERczV4Gom-ghkHKk/edit

Moderators
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
"Pick big fights with your enemies, not small fights with your friends." Copyright, CC licenses, open government, data, education, and open access. Public domain, policy. Espresso. Bicycles.

Speakers
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC.
avatar for Chelsey Colbert

Chelsey Colbert

Privacy & AI Lawyer, Fasken
Chelsey's practice focuses on tech law and policy, especially privacy and emerging tech, such as AI and robotics. She is particularly interested in the legal, ethical, and policy challenges arising from AI, AVs, and 'smart cities'. She is currently on an off-site work assignment at... Read More →
avatar for Carolyn Hough

Carolyn Hough

Executive Director, Policy Australia Pty Ltd
I'm the Founder and Executive Director of Policy Australia Pty Ltd. I work with clients helping them navigate copyright, internet and media law and policy - and try to have fun along the way!I work with educational peak bodies, tech companies like Google and Netflix, and organisations... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:00am - 10:55am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:00am

The European Copyright Directive: Past, Present, Future
3 Years of EU Copyright Reform - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly presented by Paul Keller
European Copyright Directive Adopted - Now What? presented by Stephen Wyber

On 22 April 2019 the European Union's Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market was published in the official journal of the European Union. This moment concludes a 30 month long legislative fight about reforming the EU copyright system. It also marks the beginning of a two year period for the EU Member States to implement the new copyright rules into their national copyright laws. 

In the first part of this session, Paul Keller (COMMUNIA) will provide an overview of the EU copyright reform process. In the second part chaired by Stephen Wyber (IFLA), representatives from IFLA, COMMUNIA, Wikimedia, and Creative Commons will discuss the possibilities and strategies for positively influencing the national implementations of the directive.


The opening lecture ("5 Years of EU Copyright Reform - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly") will trace the copyright reform process back from its origins in 2014 until its conclusion earlier this year and evaluate the impact of the various measures adopted. It will evaluate where we have made progress, were we have suffered defeats and why we have ended up where we have ended up. This session draws on the experiences of COMMUNIA's five year long involvement in the copyright reform process. 

In the second part representatives from organisations promoting access to knowledge that have been closely engaged in the European copyright reform over the past years will discuss ways to positively influence the national implementations of the directive. This workshop will provide an opportunity for anyone interested in working on the implementation on the national levels to join this effort and to discuss strategy and the opportunities offered by the implementation on the national level.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/18sz2nEarZZ5GM_evhRHw5-Lvi62HLdKoZAOrmM6EnhA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

COMMUNIA
EU digital policy nerd, recovering copyright reform activist. Co-founder of COMMUNIA, former director of Kennisland, former CC board member, Europeana policy advisor. I work on creating a more equitable and democratic digital environment. Depending on the task at hand, I can shape-shift... Read More →
avatar for Stephen Wyber

Stephen Wyber

Stephen leads the team at IFLA working to promote a better policy environment for the world's 320 000 libraries and their billion + users. IFLA works on a range of issues from access to information to privacy, development and Internet governance, and is strongly engaged in discussions... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:00am - 11:55am
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:30am

Editing Wikipedia & Wikidata for Beginners
Do you like to read & write? Research ideas? Translate? Add to structured data? Do you want to put your hobby into use for the benefit of the pro-open community? Join us to learn more about how to do this on the prominent open & free platforms Wikipedia & Wikidata. We will walk participants through editing and adding to both projects as we explore why are they important in an interactive workshop.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13e5bJT0ZFboqUVQH5PGqW2Q8v6r7UwwXe9zUeYUNBIA/edit

Speakers
avatar for Matej Grochal

Matej Grochal

Matej Grochal is a teacher by trade who has worked on Wikipedia for nearly a decade. Other projects followed suit: he is active on Commons and Wikidata. He has been involved in the leadership of Wikimedians of Slovakia, the local branch of the Wiki movement in Slovakia where he (co)organized... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:30am - 11:25am
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:45am

Open book publishing with CC
CC ran a project called "Made with Creative Commons" a few years ago to collect CC business models and turn the stories into a CC licensed book. Inspired by the project, my team started a project to translate the book and publish it under a CC license and to experiment an open business model for publishing non-academic books. In this session, we will share our story and also would like to connect with people who have already tried similar ideas or would be interested in this model, develop the idea further based on feedback, and seek opportunities for collaboration in various language groups.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NcouFJjfUnPOgJctgW4LKVLX31WSZEMGdhstbs5DSRM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Soohyun Pae

Soohyun Pae

I am a member of CC Korea and former Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator for CC. I'm particularly interested in translation and language diversity, and open culture/practices in the area. I will present "Open book publishing with CC" session at 10:45 am on Saturday, May 11. If you are... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:45am - 11:25am
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

10:45am

GLAM Lightning Talks
Hacking the National Library of Chile - Digitizing and contextualizing books and documentary pieces from a National Library is a way of hacking it. It is also a way of fixing a country’s memory making available for anyone, regardless distance, time and necessary skills to fully understand it, the cultural heritage held by the largest bibliographic center in the country - Daniela Schütte González 

Where is my 'pastel de nata'? Open access and the enormous game changing benefits it brings to the museum world - The advent of the internet has brought a new paradigm for the museum world. By making content openly available and downloadable in high resolution people can now use museum collections as a form of individual expression, as highlighted by the Rijksmuseum. In addition to this Open Access policies have proven beneficial for the promotion, dissemination, democratisation and conservation of museum collections. My presentation seeks to show concrete examples of where Open Access policies have benefitted museums, and highlight how knowledge sharing is intrinsic to progressive and inclusive societies - Luis Ramos Pinto 

Wikimedia Commons Data Roundtripping - Wikimedia Commons is the media repository for the OpenGLAM community. It holds millions of heritage works and accompanied metadata from thousands of GLAMs. The descriptive metadata is being translated, corrected, added to by the Wikimedia Community. However thus far this enriched metadata does not find its way back to the GLAMs. Our project researches and makes a tool to get extract this enriched metadata for GLAMs - Maarten Zeinstra

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1l3gBOua2Zn7Tmn-680HF8tVePvJk_a-aj3YgTFmiIFE/edit

Speakers
avatar for Maarten Zeinstra

Maarten Zeinstra

Intellectual Property Lawyer, Information Professional, IP Squared
Talk to me about any topic you like. Some things about me: I'm an Information Professional and Intellectual Property Lawyer @ IP Squared: https://ip-squared.comSome of the projects that I have worked on:OpenNederland.nlcopyrightexceptions.euoutofcopyright.eudiligentsearch.eurightsstatements.orgEuropeana... Read More →
avatar for Daniela Schütte

Daniela Schütte

Content website coordinator, Chile National Library
I work as coordinator of the websites Memoria Chilena, Chile para Niños and Biblioteca Nacional Digital. Through them, we digitize and put online the public domain documents that are part of the collections of the National Library of Chile. We use different strategies to contextualize... Read More →
avatar for Luis Ramos Pinto

Luis Ramos Pinto

Advisor - digital practices, Advisor - Digital Practices
Hello nice to meet you! My name is Luis and I love everything GLAM, especially art history, so please don't hesitate to reach out if you would like to talk about the world of museums and the internet.I am currently providing advice to the directors of Portugal's Directorate-General... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

CC GLAM Platform: paths forward
In this session, we will review some of the work that the CC GLAM Platform has done throughout 2018 in the "OpenGLAM" arena (stewardship of the @openglam twitter account, OpenGLAM Principles survey, among others). We will then explore paths to move  forward on this space and understand which other projects the platform could work on, and agree on working mechanisms for the upcoming years.

This will be an interactive session and we expect participants to engage with it.

Feedback survey (pre-Summit):
https://forms.gle/ftNnFgw9HCd9zyJy6

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/10Hv23lo5xnjL5IR6Lt1VaWiBX4ayvrxrNC2CMmFDwn8/edit

Moderators
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.

Saturday May 11, 2019 11:00am - 11:55am
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Integrating Historic Photographs in Your Community
Participants will explore practical applications of historic images into communities and educational institutions through public art, social media, digital technology, and educational programming, and how these efforts can raise public awareness and support for photo resources and open source archives. The workshop will encourage relationship building between professions and experience exchange, while exploring how photographs and open source archives can create cross collaboration between community organizations, libraries, museums, and educational institutions.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s7uUzGBAs7YwxkqVm5a1dhTvWIy_XJTKjNhzZw-Vyds/edit

Speakers
avatar for Isaac Campbell

Isaac Campbell

Digital Media Specialist, Fortepan Iowa


Saturday May 11, 2019 11:00am - 11:55am
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:00am

Making Discovery of Open Content Easier with OASIS
As we began ramping up our efforts around OER adoption at SUNY Geneseo, we were having to direct faculty to a multitude of different sources to find materials that might be relevant for their courses and disciplines, which was time-consuming and difficult at times. Rather than continuing this cumbersome and inefficient practice, we began exploring the idea of creating a search tool to make the discovery of open content easier for faculty at Geneseo, as well as the broader OER community. The result was the development of Openly Available Sources Integrated Search (OASIS).

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Utblk6VYNfU6GAiK6dHwdzAzfEhON8M3NSa7O59kWfM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Bill Jones

Bill Jones

Digital Resources and Systems Librarian, SUNY Geneseo
Bill Jones is the Digital Resources and Systems Librarian at SUNY Geneseo Milne Library and the Aleph & Pre-Migration Support Specialist at the Office of Library and Information Services at SUNY System Administration.  He is a developer of OASIS (Openly Available Sources Integrated... Read More →



Saturday May 11, 2019 11:00am - 11:55am
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

11:30am

Lunch
Saturday May 11, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:00pm

Faces of the Commons Photobooth
Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sahring 23.000+ photos and 100+ videos gave him the experience to optimise the creation process of open content. And that ain't... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
4th Floor Foyer

12:00pm

Tribe of Noise
Saturday May 11, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

12:25pm

GROUP PHOTO
Come on out to the 5th floor balcony for a group photo!

Saturday May 11, 2019 12:25pm - 12:35pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

China Meteorological Administration Training Centre’s CC attempt
The booming growth of China internet, big data analyzing & utilization, cross border cooperating has been bringing more cooperative opportunities for research institutes in China. While within China meteorology academic section, CC is still a new concept. CC China Mainland connects with CMATC (China Meteorological Administration Training Centre) to push the utilization of CC licenses within their training material scope. Starting from providing consultation for CMATC concerns on CC relevant issues. More cooperation is still going on in 2019.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YXqOtu0ww1RdtkDW6upaAHpaLgfLuRIbUCOPO63NN4Q/edit


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Social movements, media activism and free knowledge
In the session we will exchange ideas on the articulation of the free culture movement with other social movements and with alternative media. The presenters will tell cases from Uruguay and other countries, of coordination with the feminist movement, with the Afro-descendants movement, and with media activism groups. Participants will discuss how CC licenses and free culture activism contribute to other social movements, and what types of articulations strengthen access to knowledge while contributing to strengthen other civil rights.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a1Cw08DKePUdkZAXLUoie0_p9_E7zQQnqWjCxpb1y5c/edit

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.



Saturday May 11, 2019 1:00pm - 1:40pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Copyright Art - why and how artists address copyright in their artistic works
In this session, we will discuss how creators around the world deal with and question copyright in their artistic work. Following up on Copywrong performance example, we will invite artists that have inspired our work to talk about their own artistic approach to copyright issues.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1--2GNNARvFhd2980FuYh8sL4XMGuftiNWsUckElRZG8/edit

Speakers
avatar for Fatima Sao Simao

Fatima Sao Simao

UPTEC
Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is director of development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto. She is also the public lead of Creative Commons Portugal (as volunteer), being there responsible for the development of the CC Toolkit for Business... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Pinheiro

Daniel Pinheiro

Independent Artist / Researcher
I'm an artist based in Porto, Portugal, working mainly with the Internet to understand its possibilities as a space for performative practices concerning subjects of Identity and Space. I'm also involved in the project COPYWRONG, a performance-as-tool, which addresses the problems... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

Authors Addenda: updating current forms and strategizing on adoption opportunities
This session highlights the importance of options for retaining copyright for authors especially in the context of new university and funder OA policies that require faculty to retain some rights to make works openly accessible. The session will explore considerations that went into updating the SPARC Canadian Author Addendum and CC’s newest addenda offerings. While the Addendum is an important tool for authors who wish to retain their rights, it is essential to contextualize this tool within the framework of options for retaining rights.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qcZK9kWnXn8bmH2BdPHFPKxCSoRQJPeacnIp7t2FOdw/edit

Speakers
avatar for Roger Gillis

Roger Gillis

Copyright and Digital Humanities Librarian, Dalhousie U, Dalhousie University / Public Knowledge Project
Roger Gillis is the Copyright and Digital Humanities Librarian at Dalhousie University. His diverse role and expertise extends to digital publishing, digital scholarship, and copyright.
avatar for Jennifer Zerkee

Jennifer Zerkee

Copyright Specialist, Simon Fraser University
Jennifer Zerkee is a Copyright Specialist in the Simon Fraser University Copyright Office (Canada), where she develops and delivers copyright education and provides copyright information to instructors, researchers, students, and staff. She has an interest in author rights, the publishing... Read More →
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC.


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:00pm

How Open is Distributed Design? - An Overview about the Distributed Design Market Platform and its Activities
This session will address the concept of Distributed Design (DD), the legal framework applicable to it, and its relation to CC licenses. The main questions will be: what are the challenges behind DD for CC? Is Distributed Design a Common? If so, is there a need to create new tools in order to accommodate it in CC?
The session will start by showcasing examples brought by the two EU funded platforms: DDMP and Careables. For instance, simple and creative design educational activities and tools as well as open designs aimed at actively improving the quality of life of those who struggle against an unfavorable and discriminative environment will be shown. Finally, open and distributed design will be contextualized within the ambit of CC and its community. 
We look forward to receiving feedback, and a lot to discuss and design together!

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EN_wPl2dM1F3K2KTIP1bZjPYntSrVD9m48vxXwFr7kE/edit

Speakers
avatar for André Rocha

André Rocha

ESELX / CC Portugal / Fab Lab Benfica
Adjunct Professor at ESELx - IPL and Fab Manager / Scientific Coordinator at Fab Lab Benfica (ESELX-IPL)Currently coordinating the Polytechnic of Lisbon participation at the Distributed Design Market PlatformOpen Design Lead for Open Product Design and Maker Community at Creative... Read More →
avatar for Nuno Monge

Nuno Monge

Professor | Fab Manager, ESELx / IPL - FabLab Benfica
I'm a Product Designer and Professor Lisbon Polytechnic.In the Lisbon Polytechnic I co-manage FabLab Benfica and teach Product Design, Materials for Design and Innovation. My research interests focus on Product Design, Digital Fabrication, Innovation, Education, New Materials, Nanocrystaline... Read More →
avatar for Erik Kamenjasevic

Erik Kamenjasevic

Legal researcher, KU Leuven
My research focuses on eHealth privacy, data protection, IPRs, and medical devices.


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:00pm - 2:25pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:15pm

Open with care: Socially-responsible, culturally-responsive and equitable open pedagogy for a diverse world
Open licensing and pedagogies can increase equitable participation in education and effect social change, especially in the developing world. However, open practices don't always transport well across cultures and continents. In the Global South, poor infrastructure, dated ICT equipment and a lack of digital skills can limit the potential of openness. In addition, women can be deterred from open online participation due to the replication online of offline cultures of violence. This workshop explores how open pedagogies can be made safer, more culturally responsive, and more equitable.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fbrCIFeSqS55G8-higiQxhreYe1mu65BtYW5le3j17g/edit


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:15pm - 2:10pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

How can we promote Creative Commons awareness in new communities?
The topic will be "How can we promote and create CC awareness in new communities?" It will be an interactive panel discussion and engaging session, experienced CC individuals will honor the panel, coordinated by myself, discussing different aspects like, How to approach to institution to site the importance of working together with CC? How one can encourage newbies to contribute for CC ? How CC can help in Open Community movement ? How social media can help in the promotion of CC?

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RIAG7V_J00BED4T2gu_lX4P6ZHD0zOr_dnPaPWYLbb0/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kayode Yussuf

Kayode Yussuf

Tech Lead, Creative Commons Nigeria
Kayode serves as Tech Lead for Creative Commons Nigeria


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

Becoming a CC Certificate Facilitator: Experiences from the Beta Facilitator Course
In January 2019, Creative Commons hosted its first 11-week CC Certificate Facilitator training course, including an apprenticeship with a CC certificate master instructor. Hear from trainees and instructors about their experiences and future plans. This course explored application of the ethos of Open in facilitation. Readings and discussions targeted inclusivity design, cross-cultural communication, traditional knowledge and cultural appropriations, and our own biases. Participants discussed their own experiences, evaluated their biases, and helped CC improve the Certificate course.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X_S88gCfnz6B0OKiS7GmAfn-wdiOWWqx91SSuONzOFU/edit

Speakers
avatar for Doralyn Rossmann

Doralyn Rossmann

Head of Digital Library Initiatives, Montana State University
Academic Librarian, CC-Certificate Facilitator, recent participant in the Open Textbook Network's Open Educational Resources certificate program. Curious about the role of certificates in the open movement. Let's talk!
avatar for Maran Wolston

Maran Wolston

Faculty, Philosophy Department; Open Education Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning, Minneapolis Community and Technical College
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.
avatar for Paula Eskett

Paula Eskett

District Libraries Manager, Waimakariri Libraries
@librarypaula


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:30pm - 2:25pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:30pm

Open Access to Knowledge from French speaking Africa: progress and discussion of strategies using existing networks
Western modernity has invented, at the same time as capitalism and colonization, a certain type of knowledge that it has decreed to be the only valid: the so-called "scientific" knowledge. It’s acceptance has led to a cognitive injustice between the North and the global Souths with knowledge mainly moving in the direction North – South. Open Access can be part of a solution but only if it gives also access to the knowledge of the countries in the Global Souths. In a Roundtable discussion we want to explore ways to bring about wanted change in the Global Souths

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PeYtV3em4-n1Hp1Hs2dw2i9rcmOXHg7fypvloXwka8Y/edit

Speakers
avatar for Tom Olyhoek

Tom Olyhoek

Editor in Chief, Directory of Open Access Journals
I am a molecular microbiology researcher with ampel living and working experience in Europe and Africa. I have done research on tropical and exotic diseases like malaria, sleeping sickness and Lyme disease. Since 2012 I work on advocacy for open science and open access with OKF and... Read More →
avatar for Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou

Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou

Co-Organiser of Africa OSH and President of Association for the Promotion of Open Science in Haiti and Africa (APSOHA)., Projet SOHA
I am a PhD Candidate at Laval University (Canada), working on: The Contribution of the maker movement to the sustainable development of Africa. For this purpose, I am studying 3 Fablabs based in Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Senegal. One aspect of my research is to describe how African... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:30pm - 2:25pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

1:45pm

Reporting the critical and global perspectives from OER19 and the Association for Learning Technology
This panel will bring together different voices reporting the critical and global perspectives and sharing what’s happening in Open Education the UK. OER19 was the 10th annual conference for Open Education research, practice and policy. The conference, co-chaired by Catherine Cronin and Laura Czerniewicz, focused on ‘Recentering Open: Critical and global perspectives’. In this panel session we report discuss the outcomes of the conference and the work ALT does to support the Commons. As part of this session we will highlight some of the responses to the questions being asked by OER19.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oa7hnO6uKO_tvkaig8XLFyKBhjtvLDXcGbEult1Vr9k/edit

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Maren Deepwell

Dr. Maren Deepwell

CEO, Anthropologist & Open Practitioner, Association for Learning Technology (ALT)
Dr. Maren Deepwell is the chief executive of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) and works as a Learning Technologist and Anthropologist. She is an Open Practitioner with a special interest in leadership, equality and open education. Working closely with ALT’s Board of Trustees, Maren leads on professional recognition for Learning Technology professionals... Read More →
avatar for Martin Hawksey

Martin Hawksey

ALT
Innovation & Technology. Interested in EdTech, Mashups, Google Apps Script, Social Networks, Data Mining/Wrangling, cMOOCs, Open Education, DDJ, SEO


Saturday May 11, 2019 1:45pm - 2:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Community as infrastructure: Building a scalable, sustainable approach to open textbook publishing
This session will share how Rebus’ efforts to fuse community and publishing process has evolved over the past two years, and our direction for the next two, with a hands-on demonstration of the next-generation version of our platform. This platform creates a space for the open education community to come together and self-organise around OER creation, with guiding structures for a collaborative approach to publishing, and a central focus on coordination within disciplines, institutions, regions and other ‘subcommunities’. In addition, the platform can be a place to gather and explore the challenges we are facing together as we build a new, more inclusive publishing system.

By facilitating hands-on open textbook projects and engaging deeply with others working to address the big questions in the OER space, Rebus can be a catalyst for the growing knowledge and experience within the community, and work to channel it into robust and essential infrastructure that can radically change how educational content is created, and who is able to access that process. In addition, we can work together to ensure that the values of the community are deeply embedded in any emerging systems, including accessibility, inclusivity, self-determination and more distributed & equitable power structures.

This session will also highlight a handful of interesting usecases in development for the Rebus approach, including developing a suite of indigenous studies texts in partnership with indigenous communities in Canada, and support for OER publishing in Francophone West Africa. We are also actively seeking more projects from other global communities, and will be looking to engage attendees from these communities to find out how else our platform can serve their needs.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WJlnlyVPKEg_P_CLC6B0u8cUw0b1NhIr0z08AYyC1xc/edit

Speakers


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:00pm

Creative Commons for Language Resources and Digital Humanities
We propose to discuss the specific challenges faced by the community of researchers that produce and use language resources (LR) for scientific research, and wish to do so under a Creative Commons license, in order to ensure openness, fairness and reproducibility of science. We discuss the advantages of CC licenses for LRs and their metadata; the need to reconcile the CC philosophy of placing no purpose restrictions with recent developments in EU data protection law; and the need to advocate the adoption of CC as a means to publish language data by academic and research institutions.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X-KLTfX0QzezAuapz3CmMBq6tRql9ix-_111o6HKerE/edit


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:00pm - 2:40pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:15pm

Translation Hackathon
Designed to be a break from passive listening, this session is all about rolling up your sleeves and getting to work with others in the CC community. Pop in for any or all of this session to help translate license deeds, pages of the CC website, explanatory materials about CC, and more into Portuguese and any other language for which translation of a given piece of content is needed. We will also be working together to brainstorm improvements to CC processes to better enable translation.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13F8J0Ysqp99vvGnDTLT8xFZD8Q2B8NyKVzd2rvBQJJE/edit

Speakers
avatar for George Hari Popescu

George Hari Popescu

Translation and Legal Assistant, Creative Commons
Content creator, project manager, visual editor. Former university teacher with 15+ years of experience, always struggling to find new ways of motivating students and incorporating new technologies in the classroom. Freelance journalist for 10+ years, specialized in consumer products... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:15pm - 3:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Creators of the Commons Lightning Talks
Open Press Project: DIY Printing Press - Printmaking is an art technique that has been around for more than 500 years. Back then, it was used for illustrations in books or to print banknotes. Today, printmaking is known for its distinct look and is being used by artists around the world. However, a lot of people don’t have access to printmaking due to the high costs of a printing press. As a designer and printmaker, I wanted to address this problem and designed a press that can be produced with a 3D-printer. The Open Press Project is the most inexpensive and most portable press yet and is being used by printmakers around the world - Martin Schneider 

Building the video version of Wikipedia - VideoWiki, a proposed sister project of Wikimedia Foundation, is a free multi-media encyclopedia that anyone can edit. It is a proposed sister site of Wikimedia Foundation which aims to visualize the sum of all human knowledge. Wikipedia is predominantly a text-based encyclopedia; therefore, VideoWiki aims to add a visual layer to Wikipedia, ensuring that, in the future, the sum of all human knowledge is not limited to just text - Pratik Shetty 

Creative Commons: Real Life Experiences From a Tiny Community in a Giant Continent - Goa is one-thousandth the size of India, part of the giant continent of Asia, but a region facing its own challenges when it comes to generate and spread its own knowledge/information. A journalist-publisher who has been involved with Free Software, the Wikipedia, crowd-sourcing initiatives, building online communities since 1995, and an alternative publisher of books (140+ titles) talks about his experiences in deploying Creative Commons (and 'copyleft') solutions and challenges such attempts face - Frederick Noronha 

Cosplay, copyright and the commons: Legal risks and tolerated use within 3D printing and cosplay communities - This session covers empirical research undertaken in Australia and North America into how makers and cosplayers are navigating the intellectual property challenges involved with 3D printing - Matthew Rimmer

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/17hlhPnE2MG0rDe4ikVzTCvSi1YWILAjXEEs1p5F5qR4/edit

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Rimmer

Matthew Rimmer

Professor of Intellectual Property and Innovation Law, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Matthew Rimmer is a Professor in Intellectual Property and Innovation Law at the Faculty of Law, at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). He is a leader of the QUT Intellectual Property and Innovation Law research program, and a member of the QUT Digital Media Research... Read More →
avatar for Pratik Shetty

Pratik Shetty

Founder, VideoWiki



Saturday May 11, 2019 2:30pm - 3:25pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Civic Liker - a movement to reward CC licensed contents with a monthly budget
Hosted by Dr Haggen So, the key note speaker advocating business model as a integral part of CC movement, we shall share Civic Liker - nano rewarding the open contents you Like, and how blockchain is relevant to CC.

Paywalls are now everywhere. With the success of Netflix, Spotify, Washington Post and other subscription services, closed gardens are becoming the norm. It is generally thought that in order to generate any income, content creators have to lock their contents. Put it the other way round, it is generally believed to license contents in Creative Commons is to forfeit all the income. We believe in openness and sharing but this does not necessarily have to be the case, and thus started Civic Liker as a movement to reward CC licensed contents.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z2tsMGZWZnOIiUbutHe7pWoB5-1paCGaOt9-L5B9kLY/edit

Speakers
avatar for Kin Ko

Kin Ko

founder, LikeCoin Foundation
founder of LikeCoin Foundationfounder of Lakoo



Saturday May 11, 2019 2:30pm - 3:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

The CC Certificate Now + What’s Next
The CC Certificate provides an-in depth study of Creative Commons licenses and open practices, developing participants’ open licensing proficiency and understanding of the broader context for open advocacy. The course content targets copyright law, CC legal tools, as well as the values and recommended practices of working in a global commons. Join us for a look at the course and an interactive discussion about opportunities for localization, translation, scholarships and engagement with new audiences, such as GLAM. Your feedback will help inform our next steps!

Slides

Session notes

Speakers
avatar for Maran Wolston

Maran Wolston

Faculty, Philosophy Department; Open Education Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning, Minneapolis Community and Technical College
avatar for Scann

Scann

I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work.


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:30pm - 3:25pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Strategies for defending the commons and the users (Roundtable: Sophie Bloemen, Alek Tarkowski; Lightning talks: Luis Roman Arciniega Gil, Helen Chuma-Okoro)
Strategies for defending the commons and the users (Roundtable: Sophie Bloemen, Alek Tarkowski; Lightning talks: Luis Roman Arciniega Gil, Helen Chuma-Okoro)

During the session, we will conduct a roundtable on strategies for defending the commons and the users, followed by two lightning talks on related topics.

In the first part, Sophie Bloemen and Alek Tarkowski will facilitate a roundtable discussion with all session participants on strategies for defending the commons and the users. The roundtable will build on the keynote talk given by Sophie on Thursday evening.

We will discuss the possibility of developing a framework for digital policies that is based around such concepts as the commons, decentralisation, self-determination and public provision of goods. We want to ask the question: is such a broad vision needed, and useful, for the Creative Commons and the free culture movement? As a starting point, we will take the experience of desgning "Shared Digital Europe", a new vision for digital policymaking in Europe. We believe that an alternative, high-level frame is needed to move us away from the market orthodoxy that dominates much of policy debates - not just in Europe, but all over the world.

The roundtable will be followed by two lightning talks.

Helen Chuma-Okoro will give a talk on "User-right approach to copyright law reform in Africa from the angle of access to learning material & right to education". This presentation argues for a strong user-rights philosophy and objective in copyright law reform as imperative to the achievement of public interest objectives, such as the right to education, which can be seriously affected by copyright standards that inhibit the access learning materials. The research will be useful to ongoing copyright reform processes. Additionally, it could motivate the necessary reforms where no such project is ongoing.

Luis Roman Arciniega Gil will give a talk "Towards the recognition of open public data as informational commons". Everyday new platforms providing different services are created and all of them have data at the core of its operating model. Considering open public data as a common good implies rethinking its legal nature and recognizing collective rights over such type of data to shape its institutional order and guarantee its protection.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1W6ynb7TTG1l7sGjY7YI7zhKyScnYuPSsWlwwnyjQNZM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

President, Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation
I am the founder and president of Centrum Cyfrowe, a think-and-do-tank building a digital civic society in Poland. In 2004, I co-founded Creative Commons Poland and since then am one of the coordinators of the project. Since 2015, I have been actively involved and have served as... Read More →
avatar for Luis Roman Arciniega Gil

Luis Roman Arciniega Gil

Junior Researcher, CERAPS - Université de Lille
PhD candidate in Digital law at the University of Lille and Young researcher at the Centre for European Research on Administration, Politics and Society. He currently collaborates to the Public Governance Directorate of the OECD, Unit of Gender, Justice, and Inclusiveness, Access... Read More →
avatar for Helen Chuma-Okoro

Helen Chuma-Okoro

Senior Research Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Helen Chuma-Okoro is a Research Fellow at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS). She is also a member of the New and Emerging Researchers Group (NERG), which is a group of emerging scholars engaged in researching about Africa, under the auspices of the Open Africa... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:30pm - 3:55pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:30pm

Developing Projects for the Copyright Reform Platform
At previous summits we’ve worked on sharing information about copyright reform opportunities, wrote the rationale for the platform, and updated our goals and objectives with broad input from the community. This year we’d like to focus on bringing people together to dig into the development of collaborative projects in service of the platform goals and objectives.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hvtCegfIEyOutRPc_Dy4HyjaTuuf9gf9L2YOddGAeOk/edit

Speakers
avatar for Timothy Vollmer

Timothy Vollmer

Senior Manager, Public Policy, Creative Commons
Right now I work on public policy issues at Creative Commons. I also ride bikes and bake bread.


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:30pm - 4:25pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:45pm

Designing methods for Learning from Organizers in Open Movements: Learning from Wikimedia and GLAM-Wiki Organizers
As the Wikimedia Movement has grown, an increasing numbers of tactics for organizing contribution to the Wikimedia projects from partnerships with Education, GLAM and diversity outreach tactics among others. The Wikimedia Foundation has been using research methods adopted from design research to better understand and support the organizers of this work. This workshop will help participants better understand how qualitative design research methods to study and understand both the general needs of organizers in the open context and specific support tactics in the larger open movement.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/10g4LUJramnuY1oTfigjMjhvH_s-PeK7ErAmL1TbDSTw/edit

Speakers
avatar for Alex Stinson

Alex Stinson

Project Manager, The Wikipedia Library
Alex Stinson is a digital humanist and Wikipedian currently located in Kansas. He currently works as the Project Manager for The Wikipedia Library at the Wikimedia Foundation, where he supports libraries, publishers, and other knowledge holding institutions, like those supporting... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:45pm - 3:40pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

2:45pm

Public Copyright Education session

Speakers
OI

Olawale Iyinolakan

OER Researcher and Advocate, Open Education
As an OER researcher and member of GO-GN, I am passionate about promoting the use of open educational resources to eliminate barriers to access (especially to students from the Global South and resource-deprived regions) and provide more relevant and useful learning and teaching... Read More →
avatar for Maja Bogataj Jančič

Maja Bogataj Jančič

founder / head of the institution, Intellectual Property Institute, IPI
CC Slovenia Representative and Legal Leadcopyright expert
avatar for Robin Wright

Robin Wright

Manager, Acquisitions, Records and Copyright, Swinburne University of Technology
Copyright lawyer and researcher interested in the intersection of copyright law and digital technologies for the education and cultural sectors. Currently manage copyright & licensing at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Project Leader on the Open Education... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 2:45pm - 3:55pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Ethics of Openness Lightning Talks
Limitations of CC Licensing in the Age of Machine Learning - In the aftermath of the Snowden revelations, the IETF issued guidance on how to build internet protocols that consider pervasive surveillance as a security threat. It's time for the Creative Commons to consider a new generation of licenses that take the unexpected consequences of machine learning into account, and give content creators the freedom to choose if they want their work to be accessible to machine processing - Jairus Khan 

Breaking Free: the History of Toxic Masculine Culture in Open - Discussing the history of OSS and toxic masculine communication. Our roots are built in OSS and the toxic communication that comes with it. This talk considered where we came from and considers how we can build instead from a social justice and design equitable foundation of open knowledge. This talk is centred on the idea of breaking down the northern hemisphere white male gaze in open and OER - Kelsey Merkley 

Working in Partnership to Create Knowledge Equity - Wikimedia UK is the national chapter for the global Wikimedia open knowledge movement in the UK, working with the Wikimedia Projects to enable people and organisations to contribute to a shared understanding of the world through the democratic creation, distribution and consumption of knowledge. In this session, Wikimedia UK’s Chief Executive, Lucy Crompton-Reid, will highlight the charity’s extensive work in partnership with the cultural and education sectors to open up content and increase the representation of marginalised people and subjects on Wikimedia - Lucy Crompton-Reid

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bzpSbBVxi4WCL52rWrbiP4LifNTU_qb9kqao__hqF3E/edit

Speakers
avatar for Jairus Khan

Jairus Khan

Outreach, Internet Health Report, Mozilla Foundation
avatar for Kelsey Merkley

Kelsey Merkley

Senior Policy Advisor, Ontario Digital Service
Other hats: Founder of UnCommon Women - lover of colouring books.Creative Commons Canada


Saturday May 11, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Decolonisation, architecture and bureaucracy of open archives
This session, to be led by contributors to the Palestine Open Maps project (recipient of the first Bassel Khartabil Open Culture Fellowship), will invite collaborators from other projects to explore how open practice can contribute to the preservation of archival history of the colonised in ways that read the archive in a mode different to the one it had at its creation (against the archival grain). We will explore how project architecture (technical architecture; information architecture; storage modalities) and bureaucracy impact the history that is written into these archives.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WYGeFRyrNa_qk9nckAOkiQad-MZ7rgsMo1KIcN2XRps/edit

Speakers
avatar for Majd Al-shihabi

Majd Al-shihabi

Bassel Khartabil Free Culture Fellowship
avatar for Mahmoud Wardeh

Mahmoud Wardeh

Founder, Open 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 starting up Open Connective (www.openconnective.org) to help connect open culture people and projects... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

Moving CC`s OER Policy Registry to the OER World Map: Feedback from CC community wanted!
Creative Commons is currently cooperating with the OER World Map project on the relaunch of the OER Policy Registry (https://oerworldmap.org/oerpolicies). The session gives an update on the current state of development of the project. It aims at collecting design orientated feedback and finding allies, who are interested in (long-term) collaboration and participation. Also possibilities of reusing the platform by other open movements will be explored. The session is recommended for all summit participants with an interest in open community management systems and open policy making.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1p3BSfzdlifdhjZkMGij0_8jrZsaS-XMey7zYJN91LdY/edit

Speakers
avatar for Jan Neumann

Jan Neumann

Head of Legal Affairs and Organisation, Project Manager of the OER World Map Project, North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre
I`m looking at OER from an systems thinking point of view. Special fields of interest are OER policy making and OER in libraries. I'm the project manager of the hbz OER World Map project and blog about OER on www.oersys.org.


Saturday May 11, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:30pm

The Future is GLAMorous - how can we support projects in a sustainable way?
Everywhere in the world awesome projects are developing, people are sharing their knowledge and digging out great ideas, as for example at a cultural hackathon. But how can we support all these projects to find a way getting done? How can we make these global developments shown to others and how can we install some infrastructure to help them grow? Many projects and ideas around the world are lost. Until now we can not support them in a way to make them visible. Within these participatory group work/workshop we'll find out the needs and create further steps.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FX898M3TyGkh2Gb7kRjheR9-q6w12XVdbU1UswpJOs0/edit


Saturday May 11, 2019 3:30pm - 5:25pm
Beijing Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

3:45pm

Self-media Boom in China and Opportunity for CC
My session will brief the audience about the latest development of copyright and creation field in Chinese Internet.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v2YBEJ2mhUYvpTGm6-jkBuL_F_cWJ_u2wBW09YnhGNw/edit


Saturday May 11, 2019 3:45pm - 4:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:00pm

Open Awards Part 1- A set of awards, chosen by you, giving back to those who share under CC license
We will present the Open Awards, a set of prizes for the commons. Supporters of the commons get a say into what is popular, and in the process create a crowd-curated commons. Creators receive recognition, and every vote brings income.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kHZD7mikis-mRmEjSPI3O9HvkMpZt-pnQkHfwvWbW00/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sadik Shahadu

Sadik Shahadu

Volunteer, Open Awards/ Global Open Initiative Foundation
Hi, my name is Sadik Shahadu from Ghana. I am an open advocate and a technology enthusiast.
BR

Brian Russell

Open Awards
Brian Russell is the founder of the OpenAwards, and a founding member of CanMasdeu, an intentional community and environmental social center in Barcelona  which since 2001 has held a weekly open house to give the public a glimpse into horizontal organization, and community life based... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:00pm - 4:40pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:00pm

Open Educational Resources and Way Forward for Academics in Developing Nations
Tertiary institutions are great in the generation of information that can be shared. In developing nations the competition for novelty and privileges hinder the share of information by academics. Tertiary institutions in developing nations use Open Educational Resources (OER) for teaching but have difficulty creating localized versions of the resources. The use of open licenses by academics in tertiary institutions in developing nations is very low. This session seeks to discuss and propose solutions to the creation of OERs and use of open licenses in developing nations.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/16iJCVV5N9czLGBWekd3lSldUOKCL5SpmCDN-5Yh0yt0/edit

Speakers
avatar for olu osunade

olu osunade

reader/associate professor, University of Ibadan
I got into the Open Movement through open source software. I have been a user and promoter of open source software in Oyo State, Nigeria. I am a member of Free and Open Source Software Foundation of Africa (FOSSFA). I use open source tools for teaching adult students. I am part of... Read More →



Saturday May 11, 2019 4:00pm - 4:40pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

One size fits no one: Building a strategy for advocacy in a global movement
In July 2018, Wikimedia movement launched 9 working groups that have been tasked with developing a strategy for the next 12 years. Advocacy is probably one of the topics that go the most beyond the movement itself and that touch on achieving change benefitting literally everyone. But is is possible to have a strategy that encompasses contexts that are open to citizen voice and those that are not? Can the variety of political and non-political methods form a cohesive tactics? Are we ready to charge free knowledge with the potential to change the world?

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gm8VJdoU2vPaGdzDrYRMpj8InWtYP8L6ZqkDnPFSJzg/edit

Speakers
avatar for Anass Sedrati

Anass Sedrati

Wikimedia Morocco
Anass Sedrati holds a Bachelor of Arts in MENA cultures and international relations (2017, Stockholm University – Sweden) and two engineering degrees in Telecommunication from Telecom ParisTech (France) and The Royal Institute of Technology (2012, KTH – Sweden). Since 2016,he... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Dili Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Internet is for the people
"Tired of apocalyptic scenarios and Black Mirror episodes? Then join us to work backwards from imagining better futures, in which internet is for the people. Let’s kick things off with stating the futures we want and then we will plan ways of getting there. In order to have time for in-depth discussions we will brainstorm, speculate and sketch ideas in small groups. There will be several opportunities to share back and discuss with the whole group."

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/15VPDLSQOdaGAiiYKuSq0Y6cgCEE6IynFr9jn5Mgv9J8/edit

Speakers
avatar for Natalia

Natalia

public policy expert, Centrum Cyfrowe
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

President, Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation
I am the founder and president of Centrum Cyfrowe, a think-and-do-tank building a digital civic society in Poland. In 2004, I co-founded Creative Commons Poland and since then am one of the coordinators of the project. Since 2015, I have been actively involved and have served as... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Goa Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

How to make the best use of 350 OpenGLAMs’ visual collections for creators?
According to recent survey, there are over 350 OpenGLAMs’ visual collections which contain openly licensed content*, potentially available for creative repurposing. However, creators, both amateurs & professionals, face difficulties in finding concrete images, e.g. a high-res image of a mushroom for a book cover. Most OpenGLAMs archives lack quick service, certainty, convenience & support. This session invites to give a feedback to our proposed solution how to remove these obstacles - make image search & reuse more pleasurable – and resulting in new creativity that revives old visual archives

*http://bit.ly/OpenGLAMsurvey

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/136NtP-GhVswcaCNrPByExPajGNspmniZA2lwr2sk_u0/edit

Speakers
avatar for Silvija Aurylaite

Silvija Aurylaite

Founder (and Copyright Officer at the BL), Revivo Images (also works at the British Library)
Hi :)I am interested in all what are you doing :) I have initiated a project Revivo Images, which aims to help creative communities (designers, makers, artists) to find and reuse the best content from existing OpenGLAMs for new creative purposes. Besides this, I spend my days in the... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Open Ed/Sci/Access Lightning Talks
Professional Development OERs for Educators - In efforts to improve academic development and contribute to the creative commons movement, the Educational Technologies Centre at Grande Prairie Regional College hosts course shells that offer professional development opportunities for faculty and staff at Post Secondary Institutions. This session will showcase all five courses, The Online Course Development Certification Program, Copyright Certification Course, Universal Design for Learning, Open Educational Resource Awareness Course, and Writing Learning Outcomes Course - Anna Gillis

Open for Teachers Introductory Workshop: A Review - Open for Teachers Introductory Workshop was organized in May 2018 in Lagos Nigeria through partial funding from Creative Commons Community Activities Fund. It introduced the secondary school teachers to the Open movement for the first time. The 3-day blended workshop engaged participants in open education resources (Licensing, Sourcing, Adopting & Creating), OER for classroom and facilitating technology in the classroom. 6 experts (including 3 online) facilitated the workshop. The model adopted made the workshop engaging despite participants' other active engagement in the classroom - John Okewole

Celebrating 5 years of Wiki Loves Africa - Wiki Loves Africa is an annual visual celebration of the Africa continent that, based on a new theme each year, calls for photographic or media contributions to Wikimedia Commons. 2019 is the fifth year that the competition has been held. Themes over these years have encompassed Cuisine, Cultural Fashion and Adornment, Music and Dance, People at Work, and Play! - Isla Haddow-Flood

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AlAnkGJYuV7u7sIWcfQ8fKxGAZ5CVdAtiiOrZyAAir8/edit

Speakers
avatar for Isla Haddow-Flood

Isla Haddow-Flood

Advancement Lead, Wiki In Africa
I work to support individuals, groups and organisations across Africa to get involved in and contribute to the open movement - mainly via Wikipedia. I co-run a number of key projects, including Wiki Loves Women, Wiki Loves Africa, WikiFundi and WikiAfrica Schools. Chat to me about... Read More →
avatar for Anna Gillis

Anna Gillis

Manager, Instructional Design, GPRC
I hold a Master’s Degree in Education specializing in Educational Technologies from the University of Calgary. As the Manager, Instructional Design, at the Educational Technologies Centre at Grande Prairie Regional College, I work on online and blended course development, primarily... Read More →
avatar for John Okewole

John Okewole

Researcher, Yaba College of Technology
I am a graduate student of the Open University, UK in the MAODE programme.


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
5th Floor, Auditorium, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:30pm

Creative thinking: Identifying the need, finding the time, and scoring the funding to contribute to the Creative Commons
Have you always wanted to contribute to the Creative Commons, but aren’t sure where to begin or how to find the time? This session will share one professor’s journey in creating a course for the Creative Commons to fill an education void in her state. Identifying the need for a course, securing grant funding, and other critical decisions including collaborations and project management will be discussed in detail. An overview of the course’s features, timeline, licensing, and important lessons learned will be shared in hopes of inspiring other budding creators to contribute to the Commons.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1To1Qyawptsep4fRhImRkq4dEA5ICrb6MkAq9gUGEqos/edit

Speakers
avatar for Caitlin Gerrity

Caitlin Gerrity

Library Media Program Director, Southern Utah University, Gerald R. Sherratt Library
Southern Utah University


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:30pm - 5:25pm
Macau Room, 5th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:45pm

Open Awards Part 2- How to participate in the Open Awards
We will present the Open Awards, a set of prizes for the commons. Supporters of the commons get a say into what is popular, and in the process create a crowd-curated commons. Creators receive recognition, and every vote brings income.

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dujnPGwvZoYNNrnaNl_TUBaPjcp2MCWuEmPcSde-ELM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Sadik Shahadu

Sadik Shahadu

Volunteer, Open Awards/ Global Open Initiative Foundation
Hi, my name is Sadik Shahadu from Ghana. I am an open advocate and a technology enthusiast.
BR

Brian Russell

Open Awards
Brian Russell is the founder of the OpenAwards, and a founding member of CanMasdeu, an intentional community and environmental social center in Barcelona  which since 2001 has held a weekly open house to give the public a glimpse into horizontal organization, and community life based... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:45pm - 5:25pm
Tokyo Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

4:45pm

SUNY's OER Community Course: Multi-path Open Professional Development
"SUNY OER Services launched a professional development series in Fall 2018 about OER and Open Pedagogy.

Course participants:
• dive deep in the aspects of open that are immediately needed
• complete courses singly or as a cohort
• improve the course as they take it, by completing open pedagogy tasks
• earn Credly badges upon completion

This presentation will include discussion about design and implementation, observations, results, and analysis for future improvements. We invite discussion about how this set of materials and design practices might be adapted to suit other purposes."

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mJprgTcJw4e6n38QcdxvcW6hG2AM3szJWbus3FNY8Vg/edit

Speakers
avatar for Alexis Clifton

Alexis Clifton

Executive Director, SUNY OER Services
In my role with the State University of New York (SUNY), I help our 64 colleges and universities establish, support, and expand their OER programs. I'm a passionate advocate for making higher education more accessible, more affordable, and more meaningful for both students and faculty... Read More →


Saturday May 11, 2019 4:45pm - 5:25pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

9:45pm

Closing Party hosted by CC Portugal
Door open at 9.45pm. 
Shows start at 10.15pm.
All CC Global Summit attendees have entry secured only until 10.15pm. After that time, you may be denied entry to the venue if the venue is sold out.


CC Global Summit Attendees: Free (show your badge at the door)
General Public: €5 (incl. 2 beers)

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The closing party of the Creative Commons Global Summit #ccsummit will showcase some of the labels and projects (Enchufada, Principe Discos and Lovers&Lollypops) that have been reinventing the music panorama in Portugal for the past decade.

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João Pais Filipe
João Pais Filipe is not the kind of musician who talks the talk — better yet, the Porto-based artist, who’s also an artisan behind its own and unique drum kit, walked the industrial, jazz and avant-garde walk to the point he found a space yet to be occupied by European scholars and their musical notations. In his one of a kind expression, the percussionist bends musical compositions to the point melodies and harmonies are the outcome of rhythmic relations instead of a tyrannic expression ruling over creation. Filipe designed a new direction in sound, which he calls ethno techno and where he manages constant dualities, between mechanic and organic, loops and repetitions, dancefloor explosions and circular mantras. Playing solo, João Pais Filipe takes on electronic dancefloor structures in a quite idiosyncratic way, channeling through his self-designed, handmade percussion kit each layer and idea, imbuing them with non-industrialized imperfections and rustic textures and setting a new path for the genre.

Glor1a
Future RNB artist GLORIA is a voice to remember.  Here to create brave new sounds. Blending emotive vocals and passionate lyricism with gritty UK pop and gothic hip-hop, Gloria invites listeners to step into her world, dominant, thought-provoking hedonism and the effects it has on our seemingly normal lives. Having supported Mykki Blanco, GAIKA, Flohio and Kojey Radical plus more across Europe previously in the first The Spectacular Empire Tour, she cemented her sound in front of new fans everywhere. GLORIA is brave to sit on the outskirts of musical conversion, it's an exciting year for this RNB outsider. GLORIA released her first single OUT which became a left-field RNB ballad success in January 2019 with great support from Radio 1Xtra, CLASH magazine, Nowness and Boiler Room's 4:3.  This year she is set to release 2 EPS, first to debut in Spring 2019 in close collaboration with producers AART (Gaika's Basic Volume) and Gaika.

Progressivu
Mário Costa, also known as Progressivu, is one afro-clubing DJ that is from an early age connected to the Enchufada music label. Mário Costa has always been a follower of the “afro-lisbon thing”, and with the aim of giving to any dancefloor the hot crossed afro and club rhythms, he was born as Progressivu. Progressivu already played in clubs like “Lux Frágil” e "Fabrique Milano", parties like “Arrastão”, “Enchufada Na Zona”, "Na Surra"  and other festivals like NOS ALIVE and ID No Limits.

Dj NinOo
Dj NinOo is one of the members of Firma do Txiga, along with Puto Anderson, K30 and Wayne. In 2017 the Lisbon based label Príncipe released their self-titled debut as a 3x 7’’ vinyl singles, one record for each producer, thus collecting the stylistic diversity of the authors. It established Dj NinOo as particularly romantic and elegant on his production work, being that on his Dj sets he does not shy away from showing his predilection for revolving between slow tempo Tarraxo jams and cruise paced House bangers.

Dj Narciso
Out of "Bagdad" (Rinchoa, Rio de Mouro, outskirts of Lisbon), in under 2 years, RS Produções have made a name for themselves with tight, across the board grooves, working melody and metal beats with equal proficiency. Dj Narciso is the leading producer, along with Nuno Beats, of the group who released their debut EP “Bagdad Style” on Príncipe at the tail end of 2018. He is also revered as the most irreprehensible DJ of the group, every and anytime focused and inspired to play out the collective’s original and fresh out the oven tracks, growing up post DJs Di Guetto (2006 - see Príncipe's timeline elsewhere on the web) and into the crew's now regular gigs at Príncipe's monthly residency (@Musicbox, Lisbon).



Saturday May 11, 2019 9:45pm - Sunday May 12, 2019 4:00am
Titanic Sur Mer Cais do Gás, R. da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, 1200-109 Lisboa, Portugal