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Thursday, May 9
 

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

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

9:45am

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
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

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

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

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
 
Friday, May 10
 

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

Open Nederland
Sebastiaan ter Burg is a professional photographer, video journalist and general creative fixer. He's been sharing his work under CC licenses since 2007. Sharing 25.000+ 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

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

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

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

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

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 Mc Carthy

Douglas Mc Carthy

Cultural collections & open access strategist, Europeana Foundation
Douglas McCarthy AKA @CultureDoug holds an MA in Art History and has worked internationally in museums and archives for almost two decades. He is an active member of the global Open GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) community that promotes culturally appropriate open... 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

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

Owner, Publicspace.online
Paul is an activist and consultant working on the intersections of digital policy, copyright, technology and cultural heritage. On behalf of cultural heritage institutions he advocates for more flexible copyright policies that better align with the needs of an inclusive digital society... Read More →
avatar for Douglas Mc Carthy

Douglas Mc Carthy

Cultural collections & open access strategist, Europeana Foundation
Douglas McCarthy AKA @CultureDoug holds an MA in Art History and has worked internationally in museums and archives for almost two decades. He is an active member of the global Open GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) community that promotes culturally appropriate open... 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
 
Saturday, May 11
 

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

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

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 →
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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
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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
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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

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
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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 →
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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

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

2:45pm

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
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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

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
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Majd Al-shihabi

Bassel Khartabil Free Culture Fellowship
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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

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

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
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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