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Monday, October 19
 

07:00 UTC

What is a GLAM hackathon?
Welcome to kick off the first-ever Hack4OpenGLAM! In the first session, we ask what a GLAM hackathon is. We will hear about experiences and see examples of outcomes from organizers of creative reuse events around the globe.

Speakers
avatar for Ilias Kyriazis

Ilias Kyriazis

GLAM Data Curator, Coding da Vinci / Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek


Monday October 19, 2020 07:00 - 08:00 UTC
virtual

07:00 UTC

Event Support Office Hours
If you're a presenter in need of support or have questions about the event, please join me, and our team of amazing volunteers.  

Speakers
avatar for Alison Pearce

Alison Pearce

Events & Operations Manager, Creative Commons
I'm so excited to be the Lead Organizer for the CC Global Summit. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I'm happy to help! 


Monday October 19, 2020 07:00 - 08:00 UTC
virtual

08:00 UTC

Rephotography and other enrichments of pictorial heritage on Ajapaik crowdsourcing platform
This workshop walks you through using the Ajapaik crowdsourcing platform for enriching historic photographs with additional metadata: curating images, geotagging locations, rephotographing, transcribing notes and annotating people and objects.

Speakers
avatar for Vahur Puik

Vahur Puik

project manager, Ajapaik.ee
Project manager of a crowdsourcing platform Ajapaik.ee – harvesting additional metadata (geotags, rephotos etc) for historic imagery.Interested in everything related to crowdsourcing, photographic collections.


Monday October 19, 2020 08:00 - 09:00 UTC
virtual

09:00 UTC

So GIF-ted! Animating cultural heritage collections for #GIFITUP2020
A workshop exploring simple animation techniques and free tools available online to create #GIFITUP2020 submissions. We will show you how to create fun animated GIFs from cultural heritage collections: from starting material to applying effects. After the workshop you'll be (almost) ready to submit your work for GIF IT UP.


Monday October 19, 2020 09:00 - 10:00 UTC
virtual

09:00 UTC

Event Support Office Hours
If you're a presenter in need of support or have questions about the event, please join me, and our team of amazing volunteers.  

Speakers
avatar for Alison Pearce

Alison Pearce

Events & Operations Manager, Creative Commons
I'm so excited to be the Lead Organizer for the CC Global Summit. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I'm happy to help! 


Monday October 19, 2020 09:00 - 10:00 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

Open GLAM translation sprint
As part of the CC Global Summit, a translation sprint on Open GLAM is being organized by OpenGLAM and Europeana‘s Copyright Community. We’ll be translating some core documents to make the case that digital reproductions of public domain materials should be openly and freely available.


Monday October 19, 2020 10:00 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Depictathon
We are inviting GLAMs and indigenous communities to come together for a depictathon. The GLAMs contribute a small set of images related to the community and the community represented in them will depict the images using their own concepts and languages. Join the depictathon in the ISA tool at https://isa.toolforge.org/campaigns/87!

More info about the ISA tool : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:ISA_Tool 

#saami #isa #wikidata #wikimediacommons #glam

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

Présidente honoraire, Wikimedia Foundation
Former chair of Wikimedia Foundation. Co-founder of Wikimedia France and WikiAfrica, a South Africa-based non profit. Vice-Chair of Ynternet.org, and board member at Open Food Facts. 19 years of experience in project management, online communities, participatory dynamics, knowledge... Read More →


Monday October 19, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Network Manager Office Hours


The Creative Commons Global Network (CCGN), have you ever wondered what it is, how to join or why you should join? Maybe you are a member and have questions of how to get more involved, wonder how to meet other members or how to connect to your local Chapter? This office hour is your chance to drop in and talk to Julia, the CC Network Manager, who will be able to help you further!

Speakers
avatar for Julia Brungs

Julia Brungs

Network Manager, Creative Commons


Monday October 19, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC

12:00 UTC

Wikipedia Weekly Network – LIVE Wikidata editing
User:Ainali and User:Abbe98 are doing some live editing on Wikidata (in English), and discussing our thought process of what we are doing and what we find interesting. This session will include SPARQL and timeline and map visualizations.

Speakers
avatar for Jan Ainali

Jan Ainali

Codebase Steward, Foundation for Public Code
Jan is working with developing tools, processes and collecting best practices for community building amongst the codebases in stewardship.Jan has been a policy advisor on digital issues in the European Parliament for a green MEP, mainly working on the copyright directive. Before that... Read More →


Monday October 19, 2020 12:00 - 13:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Accessing cultural heritage – Approaches from high to low
Open Access to cultural heritage is becoming commonplace at an accelerating pace. Global collaboration, systems that talk to each other and advances in legal tools and legislation have precipitated this development. Not all cultural heritage is part of this kind of sharing. Under-resourced institutions lack technical resources, and some content needs to be protected from exploitation. We will see examples from across the spectrum, and organisations are invited to present the collections they share at the hackathon.


Monday October 19, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

14:00 UTC

Network Manager Office Hours


The Creative Commons Global Network (CCGN), have you ever wondered what it is, how to join or why you should join? Maybe you are a member and have questions of how to get more involved, wonder how to meet other members or how to connect to your local Chapter? This office hour is your chance to drop in and talk to Julia, the CC Network Manager, who will be able to help you further!

Speakers
avatar for Julia Brungs

Julia Brungs

Network Manager, Creative Commons


Monday October 19, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC

14:00 UTC

Event Support Office Hours
If you're a presenter in need of support or have questions about the event, please join me, and our team of amazing volunteers.  

Speakers
avatar for Alison Pearce

Alison Pearce

Events & Operations Manager, Creative Commons
I'm so excited to be the Lead Organizer for the CC Global Summit. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I'm happy to help! 


Monday October 19, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

Introduction to the open geo commons
This workshop provides an opportunity to explore and create linked geographic content as well as familiarize with projects that are only possible because of the shared resources. It is arranged as part of the celebrations for the 8th birthday of Wikidata this October.

Speakers

Monday October 19, 2020 15:00 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Keep Calm and Spot the Design Tricks
This workshop explores the world of persuasive design and design tricks, which are design decisions on websites, apps, and in advertisements that provoke us emotionally and persuade us to click, share, and buy. By becoming aware of our physical and emotional responses to stressful stimuli and the persuasive designs of tech which are rooted in basic psychology, this workshop helps participants keep calm and spot the design tricks.

Speakers

Monday October 19, 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

17:00 UTC

Months of African Cinema Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
The purpose of this contest is to bridge the content gap on Wikipedia by writing articles about the historical and contemporary African cinema, theatre and arts. Although this contest is happening throughout October and November, we are dedicating a session for participants of the CC summit to create articles, as one of the hackathon activities.
*Join the outreach dashboard specifically for this CC Summit session here - https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/AfroCine_Project/2020_Months_of_African_Cinema_training_for_CC_Summit?enroll=iokgcblq
*To continue participating beyond the summit, here's the global landing page; please join! - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_AfroCine/Months_of_African_Cinema

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 →


Monday October 19, 2020 17:00 - 18:00 UTC
virtual

18:00 UTC

Telling the stories of amazing scientists with open data
Less than 20 % of humans described in Wikidata are women. Of all the National Academy of Science members described in Wikidata, only 2 are black men. Join us in unforgetting the missing stories! Enrich the digital stories related to the lives of scientists with content from Wikimedia projects

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Monday October 19, 2020 18:00 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

19:00 UTC

All Creatures Welcome
Speakers

Monday October 19, 2020 19:00 - 20:00 UTC
virtual
 
Tuesday, October 20
 

09:00 UTC

Open Educational Resources in Northern African Countries
We live in an age of information abundance where everyone can potentially attain all the education they desire. Open Education opens up new ways in which research are disseminated across the globe. In this session, the case study of Open Educational Resources in Northern African Countries and their contribution to access to education at all levels. We also discuss the challenging factors facing the use of OER such as, a lack of policies, strategies that support OER, use, and sharing of OER.

Speakers
avatar for Kamel Belhamel

Kamel Belhamel

Researcher / DOAJ Managing Editor, University of Bejaia
Kamel Belhamel is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Bejaia in Algeria. His scientific activities are focused on the chemistry of Natural Products, Education / OER, Open Access and Open Science. He was appointed as the DOAJ Managing Editor for North Africa and Middle East... Read More →



Tuesday October 20, 2020 09:00 - 09:30 UTC
virtual

09:00 UTC

The Internet Archive and The National Emergency Library: Copyright Law and the Coronavirus COVID-19
The Internet Archive established the National Emergency Library to provide for access to knowledge for those who were unable to access their usual libraries, schools, and educational institutions. In response, four large publishers have brought a copyright lawsuit against the Internet Archive, alleging both direct copyright infringement, as well as secondary copyright infringement. The Author’s Guild has supported this action. The litigation raises a range of issues in respect of copyright infringement, the defence of fair use, library exceptions, digital lending, and intermediary liability.

Links 

[If you missed the presentation or had audio issues, here is a link to an earlier version of the presentation - 
The Internet Archive and the National Emergency Library: Copyright Law and the Coronavirus @drrimmer https://youtu.be/iS5PjoIimOU via @YouTube]

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 has published widely on copyright law and information technology, patent law and biotechnology, access to medicines, plain packaging... Read More →



Tuesday October 20, 2020 09:00 - 09:30 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

How to engage students to participate in Open Source projects
We will present on how to involve students in open source projects using a case study of Ashesi Wiki Club; a club that is aimed at teaching and motivating students to benefit from and contribute to open education projects. We will expound on the importance of introducing Wiki Clubs in various schools and communities to encourage individuals to support the open movement. Attendees will be introduced to a plethora of activities that the club undertakes including the Education Program, Edit-a-thons, Photo Hunts, and Kiwix.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:00 - 10:30 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

Partners in open knowledge: Wikimedia UK’s work to improve and expand open access to cultural heritage
Wikimedia UK is the national chapter for the global Wikimedia open knowledge movement, working with the Wikimedia Projects such as Wikipedia to enable people and organisations to contribute to a shared understanding of the world through open knowledge. In this session, Wikimedia UK’s Chief Executive, Lucy Crompton-Reid, will highlight some of the charity’s extensive work in partnership with galleries, libraries, archives and museums to open up access to cultural heritage content, and to increase the representation of marginalised people and subjects on Wikimedia.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:00 - 10:30 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

Building consent from bottom up
Consent is key to documenting human history and particularly oral history. But in a world of 7.5 billion people that speak more than 6,500 languages and form thousands of societies, there cannot be just one kind of consent. What if the diverse group of participants at the CC Summit explain what an acceptable way of asking consent sound like in their respective societies? Can their proposed ways form an inclusive basis of "consent-seeking" which the CC community can further to accommodate their needs?
This is going to be an interactive session and the participants can share their own experiences from different parts of the world. You will have an option to join the alpha and beta testing of this conceptual framework.
RESOURCES
  • Worksheet to be used during the discussion
  • OpenSpeaks, a project for additional guides on consent, open licensing and documentation of languages
  • [Accessible] Pad if the worksheet is not accessible for you (also for taking notes or sharing comments)
  • Ideas generated by participants are documented and summarized here

Speakers
avatar for Subhashish Panigrahi

Subhashish Panigrahi

Founder, OpenSpeaks, O Foundation (OFDN); EngageMedia
Subhashish is a community manager, documentary filmmaker and researcher. He is currently the CCGN Rep for CC India Chapter. In the past he has led community building for Wikimedia, Mozilla, Internet Society and Centre for Internet and Society (India). Founded OpenSpeaks for digital... Read More →



Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:00 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Empowering Women Through OER Across the Rural Region in Algeria
Open Educational Resources ( OER) are digitized educational content that is developed to be openly available on the internet for all interested parties, freely accessed at no cost, and eligible for distribution under Common Creative or similar Open licenses. In this Lightning talk, we discuss our contribution in establishing an online platform (OER)-based participating model to redress the absence of women from the open education platform in the rural region in Algeria.

Speakers
avatar for Nour El Houda Belhamel

Nour El Houda Belhamel

Microbiologist / DOAJ Associate Editor, CC Algeria Chapter


Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:30 - 10:45 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Interrelations between Open Access Strategies and Organizational Characteristics in the Cultural Sector
This brief presentation will present provisional comparative analysis results concerning the digital collections in Open Access of museums around and world, in order to explore the driving factors of content sharing, its success and long-term sustainability.

Speakers

Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:30 - 10:45 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

CANCELLED : From FAIR data to Open Research Data - Impact of CC on re-use of Research Data
The topic of sharing of research data is becoming increasingly important in today's research. The proposal will summarize the role of Creative Commons License in this area with respect to new legislation of the European Union on open data and the re-use of public sector information and the broader research environment. The topic will be discussed on the model of Research Data Lifecycle.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Open Access publishing and its Implications for Knowledge Equity in Arab World
Arab universities do not have any national database to collect their scientific production, facilitate their access and enhance their visibility. They face many difficulties to collect indicators and evaluate their scientific laboratories. The present study aims to provide Arab research officers science indicators to help them define national science policies. The objectif is to present a regional open repository « Digital Resources and Electronic Open Access Library of Morocco ».

Speakers

Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:00 - 11:30 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Building communities to achieve gender equity
The session is a panel, proposed with the participation of 5 female leaders in the wikimedia mouvement. It will present paths the wikimedia community is exploring to advance gender equity, and how the CC ecosystem impacts and is impacted by those initiatives.
Advancing gender equity means that we seek fair treatment, access, opportunity and advancement for all genders. Wikimedians have observed very early on the existence of gender gaps on Wikipedia, both in terms of content and in term of participation and the last few years have seen emerge numerous initiatives meant to fight the gender gap. What’s the current status ? How can we help ? What to expect in the future ?

The organizer:
- Florence Devouard. Former chair of Wikimedia Foundation and co-founder of Wikimedia France and Wiki in Africa association. Co-Founder of the iniative Wiki Loves Women, and member of Les sans pagEs affiliated usergroup. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Anthere

The panelists 

-  Isla Haddow-Flood. Chair of Wiki in Africa. Co-Founder of the iniatives Wiki Loves Women. Member of the CC network. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Islahaddow
-  Christel Steigenberger. Trust and Safety Specialist with the Wikimedia Foundation : https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:CSteigenberger_(WMF)
- Camelia Boban, Developer, Wikimedia Diversity Ambassador, Chair & Co-founder Wikidonne User Group.Creator of WikiDonne Project. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Camelia.boban
- Zita Ursula Zage, Anglophone Regional Ambassador, Art + Feminism. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Celestinesucess


Links of interest
* https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Projet:Les_sans_pagEs (gender gap affiliated usergroup active in French area and member of WikiFranca)
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wiki_Loves_Women/en (gender gap initiative in Africa, run by Wiki in Africa association)
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiDonne (gender gap affiliated usergroup member of Iberocoop)
* https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Artandfeminism (initiative and affiiliated usergroup that runs an annual campaign improving content on women and the arts on Wikipedia)
* https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wiki_In_Africa (south africa NGO running various projects such as Wiki Loves Women)

UCoC effort (Universal Code of Conduct)
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Universal_Code_of_Conduct
* https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Universal_Code_of_Conduct/Draft_review

Link to the presentation
 

Speakers
avatar for Florence Devouard

Florence Devouard

Présidente honoraire, Wikimedia Foundation
Former chair of Wikimedia Foundation. Co-founder of Wikimedia France and WikiAfrica, a South Africa-based non profit. Vice-Chair of Ynternet.org, and board member at Open Food Facts. 19 years of experience in project management, online communities, participatory dynamics, knowledge... Read More →
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 →



Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Hack4OpenGLAM Intro + Invite
Speakers
avatar for Susanna Ånäs

Susanna Ånäs

GLAM coordinator, Wikimedia Finland
I 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!


Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Life of a Content - An Offstage Activity
💡 What is this exercise all about?
Ever wonder what happens to your content once you release it under a creative commons license? The music, art, writings, videos and other artefacts that you put out into the world takes so many beautiful forms overtime when other creators add their own creativity on top of it by reusing or remixing them with more goodness. But this could be a very slow process and that makes it difficult for you to notice this metamorphosis in action. In this exercise, we would try to run the same process at an accelerated speed and in a controlled space so you get to witness this transition up close and live.

Git repository link: https://gitlab.com/v_mishra/life-of-a-content/-/tree/master 🙂

Speakers
avatar for Veethika Mishra

Veethika Mishra

Senior Product Designer, GitLab Inc
Veethika is a Product Designer at Gitlab with the Continuous Integration team. In the past few years, her primary focus has been on providing developers with the best of application development experiences. Having worked for companies like Red Hat and GitLab, Veethika believes in... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Copyright Evidence Wiki: using evidence to inform policy
Copyright reform remains a pressing topic for the Creative Commons. At CREATe, we believe that copyright reform and policy interventions should be based on rigorous evidence rather than myths and anecdotes. In order to support evidence-based copyright law and policy making, we created the Copyright Evidence Wiki, an open platform that collects evidence about copyright (cataloguing nearly 800 studies). In this session, we will provide an overview of how to use the new Wiki visualisation tool to answer topical questions, allowing participants to discover their own findings about copyright.

Speakers
avatar for Bartolomeo Meletti

Bartolomeo Meletti

Education and Research Executive, Learning on Screen, UK
Bartolomeo Meletti is the Education and Research Executive of Learning on Screen, a membership organisation specialised in the use of moving image and sound in education. He also works as Creative Director for CREATe, the UK Copyright and Creative Economy Centre at the University... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

Research trends on open education in Southern Africa since 2010: a systematic review and implications
Open education and open educational resources are becoming increasingly popular within policies and practices in different levels of education within the Southern African region. This presentation summarises the main findings and trends of a systematic review done of research within this area since 2010. In addition, the focus is here on how Creative Commons features within this corpus of research. Finally, this presentation presents general trends in research as well as gaps for further investigation in the region and possible outreach ideas to overcome some of the problems.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:30 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition
The Glass Room Misinformation Edition is a lightweight exhibition that can be set up in a variety of different spaces from libraries and schools, to conferences, tech hubs and even metro stations. In 2020, we are proud to launch this edition in multiple languages throughout Europe. We explore different types of misinformation, teach you how to recognise it, and how to combat its spread. The exhibition has been formatted to also fit a virtual medium, with all CC licensed content made available online.

Speakers

Tuesday October 20, 2020 11:30 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

Keynote Presentation - A Culture of Peace
Let's explore the connection between open access, open culture and peace-building. In this cross-regional and cross-cultural presentation, we'll challenge the Creative Commons community to understand the critical role decolonized and democratized conceptions of Open Access, Open Culture, and Open Knowledge play in advancing peace at the local and global levels. Each speaker will provide examples of the challenges and/or opportunities they've experienced in advancing peace through the development, use, and dissemination of creative works.

Speakers
avatar for Bushra Ebadi

Bushra Ebadi

Youth Advisor and Executive Committee Member, Canadian Commission for UNESCO
Bushra Ebadi is a social innovator, interdisciplinary researcher, and storyteller who works to advance the agency of marginalized individuals and communities around the world. She serves as a Youth Ambassador for the Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy... Read More →
DR

Deepak Ramola

Deepak Ramola is the Founder and Artistic Director of Project FUEL, an organization that documents and designs human wisdom. He also serves as the Kindness Ambassador for UNESCO MGIEP. Through his methodology, recognized at world's top 100 innovations in education by Finland based... Read More →
avatar for Leonardo Párraga

Leonardo Párraga

Leonardo Párraga is a global citizen acting in a local context. A Colombian activist who believes in the value of systemic change through peace, happiness, and love. Passionate about the arts, community development, and constant learning. A graduate of Harvard University's Master... Read More →
AS

Asha Siad

Asha Siad is an award-winning Somali-Canadian journalist and documentary filmmaker.  She is passionate about using media as a tool to create social change. Asha shares under-reported stories that expand the dialogue and allow people to connect with the world in a more meaningful... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 12:00 - 13:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Vocabulary and The Future of CC's Online Presence
Vocabulary is a new design system to unite the web facing Creative Commons. It is a system of style rules, usage guidelines, constant values like colors and an entire library of UI components built upon these principles, with the goal to standardise CC's web presence. Encompassing the entire spectrum from websites (eg. CC.org homepage) to apps (eg. CC Search and CC Chooser), Vocabulary aims to provide a homogeneous and seamless user-experience across all of CC services while speeding up design and development. The talk will introduce Vocabulary to a technical as well as non-technical audience.

Speakers

Tuesday October 20, 2020 13:00 - 13:30 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Using open licence competitions to professionalise photography and transfer skills
A panel that discusses how to use open licenced platforms such as Wiki Loves Africa to develop the skills and professional prospects for photographers across Africa, and other developing countries within the framework of the open movement.

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 →
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 →



Tuesday October 20, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

How to use Creative Commons, Wikipedia and Archive.org as an educational tool
We will present how to use Creative Commons, edit Wikipedia and search in Archive.org as an educational tool. We are currently using these resources in UCJC University into the Digital Arts Degree in cooperation with Wikimedia Spain. We would like to share our experience among educators, students and CC community and help them to start thier own educational project.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Let's open up the GLAM sector! Spreading knowledge about open collections
How can we spread knowledge about open licenses in cultural heritage institutions? What kind of resources are needed and how can we reach small, rural and volunteer-run GLAMs? The Swedish National Heritage Board took these questions up in the webinar series “Open GLAM now!” to explore the possibilities and challenges of open cultural heritage institutions. Larissa Borck, the series' producer, will present “Open GLAM now!” as an example for outreach and knowledge dissemination around open licenses. We will discuss open licenses as a facilitating factor for GLAMs to succeed in going open.

Speakers
avatar for Larissa Borck

Larissa Borck

Research Assistant - Data Management Coordinator, Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz
Opening up cultural heritage by digital means


Tuesday October 20, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Introducing the Network Platforms
Ever wondered what the Network Platforms are? This is the session for you! Come along and find out what the four Network Platforms are, how you can get involved in their work, and what they all accomplished in 2020 already!
Find out about the work of the Copyright Platform, the Open Education Platform, the OpenGLAM Platform and the Community Development Platform (this one is currently under development and won’t start until 2021).

Slides

Speakers
avatar for Cable Green

Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
https://creativecommons.org/author/cablecreativecommons-org/
avatar for Julia Brungs

Julia Brungs

Network Manager, Creative Commons


Tuesday October 20, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Let’s talk Open GLAM!
In this talk we will present the communication channels we have for the Open GLAM initiative (such as the Twitter @openglam account and the Medium publication at http://medium.com/open-glam), evaluate our recent activities and invite people to participate.

Speakers
avatar for Douglas McCarthy

Douglas McCarthy

Collections Engagement Manager, 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 →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:00 - 14:15 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Many hands make meaningful work: Faculty, libraries, and students collaborate to share their work on open pedagogy
The editors of Open Pedagogy Approaches will present their new anthology of library & faculty open pedagogy collaborations across US higher education. They will describe the various open practices followed, showcase examples from its case studies, and discuss lessons learned. Voices from editors, authors, peer reviewers, and copy editors will be included. Presenters will share post-publication activities--new communication outlets, workshops, course design collaborations--all at a time when the world prepares for a new way of teaching: digitally, collaboratively, imaginatively, openly.

Speakers
avatar for Alexis Clifton

Alexis Clifton

My current professional focus is on accessibility, access, and inclusion in educational content.My background is in OER advocacy and program leadership, and teaching English composition and literature at the community college level. I love course design and online instruction.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:00 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

How to build a sustainable open education community. Lessons learned from eight years of OERcamps
The concept and ideas behind CC can only strive if sustained by a strong community of practitioners, and being continuously introduced to newcomers in a welcoming environment. OERcamps, a series of barcamps for practitioners of Open Education provide just that. A strong base is provided for getting to know and sharing experiences with the use of CC licenses in education. We will discuss our experiences with OER community-building events run in different formats including traditional workshops, unconferences, hackathons, and other alternative formats that have taken place over the past 8 years.

Speakers
avatar for Jöran Muuß-Merholz

Jöran Muuß-Merholz

COO, J&K - Jöran und Konsorten
Host of OERcamps since 2012, speaks and writes on OER and progressive forms of education.
avatar for Gabi Fahrenkrog

Gabi Fahrenkrog

program management, OERcamp / Agentur J&K
avatar for Kristin Hirschmann

Kristin Hirschmann

program coordination, OERcamp / Agentur J&K



Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:00 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Wikipedia belongs to education? A pedagogical model to sustain it!
In the Wikipedia project, there is an undeniable contribution to the democratization in the access to information. If we consider the pupil/student population, it is one of the main sources of research, namely for school assignments / academic work. Theoretically, we consider Open Education to frame the curriculum integration that we tested of Wikipedia, which we also present in this session. The evidence gathered supports the innovative proposal outlined, leading to educational changes and representing a diversity of possible approaches within the scope of Wikipedia's curriculum integration.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

How to position “Free” in Free Music Archive?
We have reached an important moment in time. Access to digital music is perceived as free however fair remuneration could lead to more sustainable revenue models for musicians in the recorded music industry. We need to research Free Music Archive’s (FMA) stakeholders e.g. musicians, netlabels, curators, media makers and open content enthusiasts, listen to their input and at the same time address some fundamental challenges. If you share our passion for FMA and open content in general, join us during this interactive knowledge sharing session co-hosted by Grant for the Web.

Speakers
avatar for Hessel van Oorschot

Hessel van Oorschot

Chief of Noise, Tribe of Noise / Free Music Archive
Passioned about co-creating a healthier internet. Leading by example: investing, building and facilitating open music platforms. Enable anyone (inclusivity) to access Creative Commons licensed music and at the same time experiment with and launch fair and sustainable revenue models... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:30 UTC

Powering the Commons: a feminist perspective
This session is a collective exercise to build a feminist view ot the cultural commons. It's a workshop open to the participation of anyone interested in exploring the feminist aspects of the Commons and how these aspects can be enhanced to build a more inclusive Free Culture movement with a focus on social justice. We will examine political perspectives, such as the Feminist Principles of the Internet, and analyse practical experiences, such as the emerging Feminist Peer Production License.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:30 - 15:30 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

Beyond open licencing – creating a truly open digital repository
Wellcome Collection is committed to providing a free and unrestricted digital space. Through our digitisation strategy, we aim to digitise our collections under open licences. We take a risk-managed approach to copyright to increase access to modern materials. We release our code as OS software, employ open APIs and have a strong preference for using open source software from others. We are transparent what we do, seek feedback from users and peers, and show our work. Such an open approach is proving beneficial to us and our users, far outweighing the risks, as this paper will demonstrate.

Speakers
avatar for Christy Henshaw

Christy Henshaw

Digital Production Manager, Wellcome Collection
I manage a team who look after large-scale digitisation of books and special collections. I'm experienced with and interested in program management, workflows, copyright and licensing, Goobi, IIIF, procurement and working with suppliers and external partners.



Tuesday October 20, 2020 15:00 - 15:30 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

Emergency 3D Printing Innovation: Patent Law, Public Health, and the COVID-19 Pandemic
In the year 2020, the world faces one of its greatest challenges. Seeking new ways to increase the availability of medical equipment, new initiatives involving 3D printing have appeared. Trying to fulfil the supply distortions caused by the pandemic and making the production of healthcare equipment more widely available. The panel will highlight the importance of cooperative and open source management of Intellectual Property. From Patent Pooling to Open-Hardware licensing, these are important tools to enable 'makers' around the world to participate in the fight against the pandemic.

Speakers

Tuesday October 20, 2020 15:00 - 15:30 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

An Introduction to the Open COVID Pledge
Welcome to CC’s newest legal and advocacy project - the Open COVID Pledge (OCP). In this panel discussion, we’ll discuss the origins, design, and goals of the OCP. We’ll discuss its unique value and place in the new global IP ecosystem and its potential for fundamentally changing the way that intellectual property rights are handled in times of global crises when responsiveness and innovative solutions are imperative. We’ll also discuss CC’s stewardship goals and ways in which we are striving to make real change both in the development of COVID-19 solutions and in establishing a model that can serve as a case study for tackling other other crises, such as climate change, clean energy and natural disasters. This will set the foundation for a subsequent session and workshop on internationalizing the OCP in close collaboration with the CC Global Network and other partners. The session will include contributions from early adopters who have pledged important IPR in support of diagnosing, preventing, containing, and treating COVID-19 and their motivations for doing so.

Speakers
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC and a board member. Most recently, I'm co-leading the Open COVID Pledge Project at CC with Eric Steuer.



Tuesday October 20, 2020 15:00 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

15:30 UTC

Let’s the Chapters work together: approaches to a CC licenses glossary/thesaurus for connecting users and the community
Italian and Argentine Chapters are studying the opportunity to build up a Glossary/Thesaurus of CC licenses in the Italian and Spanish languages trying to make it broader, to be presented in Latin America, Spain and Italy with the target of a more inclusive study. The final goal is to fix a work methodology suitable for the creation of a shared platform that could be used as a base for the translation of the Glossary/Thesaurus in all the Chapter’ languages. The feasibility study focuses on a specific case study target group which is the scholarly community which offers online open courses.

Speakers
avatar for Deborah De Angelis

Deborah De Angelis

Italy Chapter Lead and Representative to the Global Network Council


Tuesday October 20, 2020 15:30 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

15:30 UTC

Seeds as a commons: open source seeds licences and initiatives
As 60% of the world seeds are sold by four giant companies, all around the world the idea of open source seeds is flourishing as an act of resistance against patents and privatization. From Philippines to USA, Kenya, Germany, Austria and Argentina, a handful of organisations are working on open source seeds licences, platforms and protocols, inspired by open source software and Creative Commons movements. The goal is to ensure biodiversity to fight hunger: the seeds commons as a real alternative for agroecology. Can we think about biological material the same way we think about software, hardware or art?

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 →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 15:30 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Creating a Global Land Acknowledgement
A land acknowledgement is typically tied closely to place and people - how can we pivot to reflect a global, virtual event? We'll explore ideas of colonialism, power dynamics, and consider our own biases as we work to create a land acknowledgement for use in virtual spaces.

Illustrator and graphic recorder Sonaksha Iyengar will be joining us to capture our words in an illustrated form.

Speakers
avatar for Alison Pearce

Alison Pearce

Events & Operations Manager, Creative Commons
I'm so excited to be the Lead Organizer for the CC Global Summit. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I'm happy to help! 
avatar for Sonaksha Iyengar

Sonaksha Iyengar

Hi! I’m an illustrator, graphic recorder and book designer. My work examines ideas of care, body image and gender and addresses subjects like mental health and intersectional feminism. I also use art as a tool to contribute to social justice movements across the world.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Revivo Images: Ideas Pool
Presented last year as an idea, Revivo Images is launching its pilot. Revivo Images aims to connect creative minds in art and design world with the most on-demand imagery from across OpenGLAMs around the world. We invite participants to become co-creators of the platform by suggesting ideas to Ideal Pool. By reviewing the pilot and workflow, we will be looking at how to make the process of sourcing OpenGLAMs images for creators more diverse, more convenient, more supportive, more collaborative, more efficient, more inclusive, more participatory, and how to create new value for OpenGLAMs.

Speakers
avatar for Silvija Aurylaite

Silvija Aurylaite

Founder / Rights Workflow Officer, Revivo Images / 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 →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Librarians to the Senate (“Bibliotecarios al Senado” Argentina): a small advocacy case
In this lighting talk, we will present the experience of “Librarians to the Senate” and a set of campaigns that we did to ask for the implementation of the Marrakesh Treaty in Argentina. Although incipient, we expect this experience can grow to cover other advocacy areas on copyright and open access that affect libraries. We will also share some of the other work that the group is doing for Open Science, with a Manifesto for Open Science.

Speakers
avatar for David Ramírez-Ordoñez

David Ramírez-Ordoñez

Researcher, Conector Foundation
Access to digital information, copyright libraries and Internet.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Open Datasets: Building the Foundation for AI Technologies
The use of open datasets to develop AI technologies needs more attention. Open datasets form a critical part of the infrastructure in many significant AI technologies such as facial recognition and drug discovery. There are many unanswered questions about the use and impact of openly licensed datasets, and this panel aims to address some of them. The panel brings together experts from both legal and technical fields. The panelists will discuss the legal issues and implications of creating and licensing datasets using open licenses. They will also explore the technical uses of these datasets

Speakers
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Alex Hanna

Research Scientist, Google
Alex Hanna is a sociologist and research scientist working on machine learning fairness and ethical AI at Google. Before that, she was an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology at the University of Toronto. Her research centers on... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Building a Support Network for Implementation of the UNESCO OER Recommendation
Agenda Document

The UNESCO Recommendation on OER was unanimously adopted in 2019 by 193 UNESCO member states. This milestone offers a unique opportunity to advance open education around the world. Why does it matter? This Recommendation is an official UNESCO instrument that gives national governments a specific list of recommendations to support open education in their countries and to collaborate with other nations.

Creative Commons and OE Global are excited to work together with stakeholders around the world in building open education capacity and effectiveness. As a global community we can fulfill the aims and objectives of the UNESCO Recommendation on OER. In this workshop, participants will work in breakout groups to discuss how to help national governments get started, ramp up, and fully scale the four UNESCO Recommendation on OER areas of action:

* Building capacity of stakeholders to create, access, re-use, adapt and redistribute OER
* Developing supportive policy
* Encouraging effective, inclusive and equitable access to quality OER
* Nurturing the creation of sustainability models for OER

Participants are encouraged to read the UNESCO Recommendation on OER before this session.


Speakers
avatar for Cable Green

Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
https://creativecommons.org/author/cablecreativecommons-org/
avatar for Jennryn Wetzler

Jennryn Wetzler

Assistant Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
avatar for Igor Lesko

Igor Lesko

Director of Operations, Open Education Global
Open Education, Open Policy


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Edison, and...AI?
Lately, a number of AI automated generated artwork and inventions have been presented at IP National Offices, filing for rightful recognition and registration, but without a clear global standard on whether a Software can be recognised or not as an Inventor, Countries are deciding upon their own specific ideas, drawing a new horizon for IP discussion in which CC must take a lead. Can AI be recognised as having invented a creative and innovative artwork or invention? Who will be capable to act on behalf of the inventing AI? Should we keep a “human authorship policy” regarding IP law?

Speakers
avatar for Siyanna Lilova

Siyanna Lilova

CC Bulgaria / Digital Republic


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

16:30 UTC

Creating an Ecosystem for Curating and Sharing Creative Commons Content: MHz Curationist Process Report and Roadmap
At the 2019 Global Summit, we launched a beta version of Curationist.org, a platform for curation of Creative Commons arts and culture content. This year, we propose a hybrid process and technical presentation. We will outline what we have learned over the past year from allied open communities and cultural organizations, and present our technical roadmap. Our goal is to be an Open Source ecosystem for curating and sharing global art and culture that is of, by, for, a more heterogeneous Internet. Please join us in building this, by providing feedback to our findings and our roadmap.

Speakers
avatar for Virginia Poundstone

Virginia Poundstone

Content Curation Director, MHz Foundation
Virginia Poundstone works on the content strategy for the free knowledge art and cultural heritage project Mhz Curationist as the Content Curation Director. She is an artist, a Pollock-Krasner grantee, and a member of the cooperatively artist-run gallery @essexflowers in New York... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:30 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

17:00 UTC

The 7 Levels of Open Science
In academia, more and more researchers release their code, data, and papers openly. We describe the seven levels of this open science effort and provide guidelines on how to release research products for public consumption.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Haehn

Daniel Haehn

Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston
I love open science!


Tuesday October 20, 2020 17:00 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

17:00 UTC

Practical GLAM: Challenges and opportunites in Implementing Rights Statements
OurDigitalWorld supports the Canadian cultural heritage sector by building capacity at local levels to make cultural heritage data more open and participatory. Partner GLAM organizations use the VITA Digital Toolkit for creating, hosting, and managing their digitized and born-digital cultural heritage collections, including assigning copyright status We’ll discuss the practical implications and realities of retrospectively converting cultural heritage data, and how standard rights statements can assist the interoperability of digital heritage collections.

Speakers
avatar for Loren Fantin

Loren Fantin

Executive Director, OurDigitalWorld Organization
I currently help steer ourdigitalworld.org, a not for profit (social profit) organization that supports digital stewardship of cultural heritage. I have spent the last twenty years or so working on initiatives around greater digital access to and discovery of our community cultural... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 17:00 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

17:30 UTC

Shaping the commons through collaborative open pedagogy: A case study of a student-generated open textbook
Using the open Hispanic linguistics textbook project as a case study, we illustrate how open pedagogy maximized opportunities for engaging students in learning by enabling them to contribute to the public knowledge commons through active, student-centered, and autonomous learning tasks. We demonstrate how the coursework and assignments were set up to generate student-authored texts, share examples of rubrics used to assess the student work, and describe how the student-authored texts were compiled and edited. We also discuss challenges overcome and benefits obtained throughout the experience.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan McGeary

Bryan McGeary

Learning Design and Open Education Engagement Librarian, Pennsylvania State University


Tuesday October 20, 2020 17:30 - 18:00 UTC
virtual

18:00 UTC

Declaration on Open Access for Cultural Heritage: towards a standard and equitable definition of Open Access for GLAMs
At last year’s CC Summit, we explored paths toward a revised set of principles around “Open GLAM”. This year, we will present developments on this, outline a revised approach to Open GLAM (tentatively called the “Declaration on Open Access for Cultural Heritage”), and discuss its wider implications. This session will provide historical background and context for the Declaration, as well as a detailed account of our estimated timelines, plans for communities outreach, and how we plan to incorporate feedback into the final Declaration.

Speakers
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. I'm also currently an Affiliate... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Wallace

Andrea Wallace

Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter


Tuesday October 20, 2020 18:00 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

18:00 UTC

Can Web Monetization Support Digital Creators?
Grant for the Web is a $100M fund to boost the use of web monetization, which is an early-stage technology that expands how money can flow on the web. The grant will spark a healthier internet built on open standards, giving people more independence and control over how they distribute and monetize content, and generating better business models for the web. In this panel, you’ll hear from Grant for the Web collaborators and grant recipients on the state of the technology, what uses are currently being explored, and what financial opportunities this presents for digital creators.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Tumadottir

Anna Tumadottir

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


Tuesday October 20, 2020 18:00 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

19:00 UTC

PodCast: Comuneros
We'll be recording episodes of our podcast, interviewing members of the national chapters on the state of CC in their countries. We'll be working in Spanish to create content that is heard in Latin America and that can serve as an incentive for the general public and the community of Spanish-speaking countries. Join us!

Speakers
avatar for Jose Luis Mendoza M

Jose Luis Mendoza M

CEO, MMD & Asociados
Consultor/Editor/Investigador/ProfesorConsultant / Editor / Researcher / Professor


Tuesday October 20, 2020 19:00 - 19:45 UTC
virtual

19:00 UTC

CC Certificate Part 1: overview / CC Certificate Part 2: feedback and new opportunities
This session will be divided into two parts: Part 1 provides a brief overview of the CC Certificate, an open licensing training CC launched in 2018. Part 2 seeks feedback and explores new opportunities or involvement with the training and openly licensed resources: scholarships, translations, localized case studies, a Certificate training for GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) audiences, and more. We will also solicit feedback from audience members either interested in the Certificate or who have already taken the Certificate course.

Speakers
avatar for Jennryn Wetzler

Jennryn Wetzler

Assistant Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
avatar for Jonathan Poritz

Jonathan Poritz

OER Coordinator, 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, crypto (ask me about blockchains if you want to see someone's head explode in slow-motion), quantum computation, differential geometry, number... Read More →
avatar for Paola Corti

Paola Corti

Project Manager, Politecnico di Milano
Paola Corti works as Project Manager and instructional designer at METID (Metodi E Tecnologie Innovative per la Didattica – Innovative Methods and Technologies for Learning), the teaching and learning innovation unit of Politecnico di Milano (Italy). METID supports teachers in adopting... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 19:00 - 20:00 UTC
virtual

19:00 UTC

Making Beauty After Agony: The Costs of Pulling Works into the Public Domain
Works by Iranian authors, first published in Iran, are in the public domain in the United States. But abuse of copyright allegations can still cost creators dearly. Niloufar Talebi, artist and translator of the great Iranian poet, Ahmad Shamlou (1925-2000), discusses her struggle to bring Shamlou's poetry to Western audiences despite baseless allegations of copyright infringement leveled at her. She'll be in conversation with moderator Molly Van Houweling and Eric Evans, who helped collect evidence of the works' public domain status under 17 U.S.C. § 104.


Tuesday October 20, 2020 19:00 - 20:00 UTC
virtual

20:30 UTC

Common Sounds of the Future
What does the future sound like? Join us for an informal and experimental exploration into our shared values that shape the commons. Building on the success of last year’s “open storytelling”, this year participants will co-create an auditory experience, similar to a podcast, that utilizes our own voices and creative commons licensed components. No experience working with media is required to attend this workshop.  Everyone can participate how they would like.  What we create will be shared back to the commons and presented on October 23rd 2020 during the summit’s art/celebration showcase.

Speakers
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 using... Read More →
avatar for Gryph Theriault-Loubier

Gryph 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 →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 20:30 - 22:00 UTC
virtual
 
Wednesday, October 21
 

08:00 UTC

The Peoples Vaccine: Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines in the Age of COVID-19
This presentation explores intellectual property and access to medicines in the age of COVID-19 and vaccine nationalism. It will consider the campaign led by Winnie Byanyima of UNAIDS for the development of a People's Vaccine. The WHO has established the ACT Accelerator in order to boost research, development, and deployment of COVID-19 technologies. Costa Rica proposed a COVID-19 Technology Access Pool - which has been taken up by the WHO. The Medicines Patent Pool has expanded its jurisdiction to include the sharing of IP related to COVID-19. There has also been discussion of the use of compulsory licensing and crown use to counteract profiteering and anti-competitive behavior. There has been a push by UAEM and others for the public licensing of COVID-19 technologies developed with government funding. The Open COVID Pledge has been taken by a number of intellectual property owners. In response to the assertion of proprietary rights in respect of COVID-19 technologies, the open movement has championed the development of Open Science models of science. India and South Africa have put forward a waiver proposal in the TRIPS Council to enable countries to take action in respect of COVID-19 without fear of retribution under trade laws.

(If you miss the talk, you can watch an earlier version - The People’s Vaccine: IP, Access to Medicines, and the Coronavirus #COVID19 https://youtu.be/va5pmrlg0VU via @YouTube)

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 has published widely on copyright law and information technology, patent law and biotechnology, access to medicines, plain packaging... Read More →


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Wednesday October 21, 2020 08:00 - 09:00 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

CC online course for GLAM institution in Indonesia
Open GLAM movement is something new in Indonesia. Many GLAM institutions even do not have any program of digitization. Collaboration and open access seems so hard since mostly the people work in GLAM institutions are not technology savvy enough and far from knowing about copyright. Learning from this case, there should be a socialization about open GLAM and copyright for GLAM institutions in Indonesia. Considering that Indonesia is a large country, it would need a big team and a long term visit to each institution. I propose a short online course about creative commons for GLAMs in Indonesia.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 10:00 - 10:15 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

The AfroCine Project: Bridging the African Content Gap Through Pop Culture
The AfroCine Project is a multi-country and multifaceted project which aims to encourage and facilitate the contribution of content that relate to the historical and contemporary cinema, theatre, and arts sectors of African countries, the Caribbean and the diaspora, to Open projects. This talk will talk about the achievements so far, the challenges faced, and ways through which you can join in!

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 →


Wednesday October 21, 2020 10:00 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Disseminating Innovation in E-Learning by utilizing the benefits of Creative Commons and Open Licensing in India
The COVID-19 has resulted in schools and colleges shut all across the Nation. As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms. Several studies suggest that online learning has been shown to increase retention of information, and take less time, meaning the changes Coronavirus have caused might be here to stay. More and more teachers and students are creating several multimedia projects.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Evolving the Open community in the North India: Partnership with GLAM Institutions for Open Education Resources
This will be a case study for the Open GLAM project we did in India in partnership with Government Libraries and museums and collaboration with Wikimedia Community to curate knowledge sources to be made available in Commons under free licenses. The presentation will have the case study with references from the Open GLAM project we have doing in India along with the conceptualization of how this project can be iterated and how we integrated the data sets from our content partnerships with different knowledge sharing techniques and platforms.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Open Data Licences in the Arabian Gulf
Many countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council have recently launched national open data campaign, and it is very interesting to examine the way these countries have decided to legally make their data open. For example, Oman and Saudi have each created their own open data licences, while Qatar chose to adopt a Creative Commons Attribution licence. This panel will examine the practical differences between the open data licensing approaches used by GCC countries and their pros and cons.

The panel moderator is Maram Al-Balushi and the panelists are Riyadh Al-Balushi and Al-Waleed Al-Kiyumi.

Speakers
avatar for Riyadh Al-Balushi

Riyadh Al-Balushi

Lawyer from the Sultanate of Oman.



Wednesday October 21, 2020 10:30 - 11:30 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Global and Inclusive Education for All
The era of globalization has presented many international opportunities. One of such is a global study, by which people can gain knowledge from afar, right where they are. There are now millions of online courses. However, when it has to do with study abroad, many people, especially in under-developed and developing countries still see themselves at disadvantaged ends, because they cannot afford to travel to western countries for education. This presentation will break these myths and suggest ways in which financially disadvantaged people can benefit from free or subsidized global education.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:00 - 11:30 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Gimpscape ID: Learn, Practice, and Inspiring Each Other about Commons
Do you often hard to find visual art and/or design that comes with commons? If yes, then you should know about Gimpscape ID. Gimpscape ID is a FLOSS design community based in Indonesia. At Gimpscape, we talk, learn, practice and inspiring each other. There is many way to inspire, one of it is by sharing our artwork or design. The special thing about sharing in this community is that we use Commons in everything shared. Therefore, we're not only sharing, but building a BIG libraries of Commons for the world.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:00 - 11:30 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Newbie Coffee Break
Join us, meet your new conference buddy, and find out what the Summit is all about.
Catherine Stihler, Creative Commons’ CEO, will welcome you all to the Summit. You will get an idea of some of the best sessions to attend and what is going on the fringes of the program.
But most importantly, we set up plenty of time for you all to get to know each other and find like minded people in this session! 

Speakers
avatar for Julia Brungs

Julia Brungs

Network Manager, Creative Commons
CS

Catherine Stihler

CEO, Creative Commons


Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:00 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Cultural Work and Copyright: how Creative Commons licenses are empowering creators' work conditions.
I will present a model that clarifies the effects of copyright in cultural work relations and hierarchies and how the Creative Commons licenses are contributing to empower creators. The idea is also to raise awareness to policymakers, by explaining the huge risks of the current detachment between cultural policies and copyright regulation. By the time of the summit, I hope to have a short video and website about the topic (for which I got a CC Community Fund) that I will be presented during the session.

Speakers
avatar for Fatima Sao Simao

Fatima Sao Simao

Head of Development for the Arts, UPTEC
Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is head of business development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto, where she supports the development of cultural startups and projects, since 2009. She is also the public lead of Creative Commons Portugal... Read More →
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biakosta

Illustrator and designer from Coimbra, Portugal. Now based in Stockholm.
avatar for Ruben Roxo

Ruben Roxo

Illustrator and Graphic Designer based in Porto :D


Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:00 - 12:30 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

How Creative Commons can help journalists collaborate and expand their reach
A group of more than 40 journalists from 19 newsrooms collaborated on a joint investigation into wildlife trafficking last year. We used a CC license to create trust among each other, facilitate collaboration and expand the reach of our reporting.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:30 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

Leading Africa’s Copyright Reform: A multi-stakeholder Approach
The session will focus on copyright limitations and exceptions for libraries, archives, and education in the African region. Libraries rely on exceptions to allow everyday uses of copyright-protected materials, e.g., to provide a researcher with a copy of a journal article, to make an accessible format copy for a blind student, or to make a preservation copy. However, too many countries in Africa have no provisions allowing libraries to carry out even basic activities, and where they do exist, they are often not adapted for the digital age and they do not permit cross-border cooperation.

Speakers
avatar for Sadik Shahadu

Sadik Shahadu

Co-founder, Global Open Initiative/Dagbani Wikimedians
Sadik Shahadu is a professional project manager, researcher and digital marketing strategist with a demonstrated history of working in the internet industry. I am passionate about Open Education, Open Data and the use of open-source technology.My strengths are my interpersonal communication... Read More →
avatar for Gideon Sarpong

Gideon Sarpong

Co-Founder, iWatch Africa
Gideon Sarpong is a policy analyst and media practitioner with over eight years of experience in policy, data and investigative journalism. Gideon is currently the Policy and News Director at iWatch Africa. His major role includes developing news strategy for correspondents across... Read More →



Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:30 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

Es bonito, ¿pero que significa?
¿Es bonito, pero que significa? Un argumento a favor de etiquetar nuestras fotografías de acceso abierto como fotografía representativa o arte fotográfico. In recent times many approaches for computationally detecting manipulations of digital photographs have been developed. However, these time intensive analyses are out of step with today's rapid-fire online image consumption. Far less emphasis is placed on photographers proactively asserting the authenticity of images. It is time for our online photos to be clearly labelled as real or fake, and open access is a great place to start.

Speakers
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Sabrina Caldwell

PostDoctoral Researcher, Course Convenor, The Australian National University


Wednesday October 21, 2020 11:30 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

Engaging Global Communities: Designing for Effective Campaigns in Wikimedia and the Open Movement
The Wikimedia movement is one of the most effective communities bringing a public to the "commons", scaling participation in commons production by harnessing diverse motivations and interests in public knowledge. This session will share lessons from the Movement Organizers research and upcoming work on supporting Wikimedia campaigns , like #1lib1ref, Art+Feminism and #WikiForHumanRights, and explore how the Wikimedia movement is breaking out "beyond" the silo of technical and "open" communities to effectively engage a wide range of other expert, activist and general interest motivations.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 12:00 - 13:00 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

Roundtable on the CCGN Copyright Reform Platform
This session aims to provide an opportunity to discuss and understand how Creative Commons can better support the expectations, priorities, efforts and focus of the CCGN Copyright Reform Platform going forward.

Speakers
avatar for Siyanna Lilova

Siyanna Lilova

CC Bulgaria / Digital Republic
avatar for Maximiliano Marzetti

Maximiliano Marzetti

Assistant Professor of Law, IESEG School of Management
Maximiliano Marzetti, PhDAssistant Professor of LawIÉSEG School of Management1 parvis de la Défense – 92044 Paris – La Défense CedexFRANCET: +33 (0)320 545 892www.ieseg.fr
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 Salvador Alcántar

Salvador Alcántar

Volunteer, Creative Commons Mexico
Lawyer. Wikipedian. Founder member of Creative Commons Mexico and Wikimedia Mexico. Promoter of free licensing since 2010.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 12:00 - 13:30 UTC
virtual

12:30 UTC

From public innovation to public infrastructure: why digitalization needs stewardship
How can we help governments tend to the commons without being the sole gardener? Why should software serving the public be treated like other common goods? How can we promote collaboration in a sector that is deliberately conservative and often slow to change? This session will introduce the Foundation for Public Code's approach to helping public organizations collaborate on and build open, reusable public-purpose software together. This is followed by an interactive session to gather lessons learned on helping public organizations participate in and empower the commons.

Also includes a video presentation: Defining a common[s] denominator for public software

Speakers
avatar for Boris van Hoytema

Boris van Hoytema

Director, Foundation For Public Code
The Open Source advisor to the City of Amsterdam and a director at the Foundation For Public Code, an organisation founded in order to create a shared space for development of city code and code, software and policy.
avatar for Jan Ainali

Jan Ainali

Codebase Steward, Foundation for Public Code
Jan is working with developing tools, processes and collecting best practices for community building amongst the codebases in stewardship.Jan has been a policy advisor on digital issues in the European Parliament for a green MEP, mainly working on the copyright directive. Before that... Read More →
avatar for Laura Scheske

Laura Scheske

Foundation for Public Code


Wednesday October 21, 2020 12:30 - 13:30 UTC
virtual

13:30 UTC

MedinaPedia Project: Bringing the commons to tourists
MedinaPedia consists in creating a plates with Qr codes related to Wikipedia articles for each monuments in the Medina Old Town of Tunis. Once the visitor scan the Qr code located in front of any monument, he will be directed to the Wikipedia article of that monument. I will explain during this lighting talk the concept, the chronology and the outcomes of the project.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 13:30 - 13:45 UTC
virtual

13:30 UTC

Open Access Books Toolkit: Helping authors understand what CC licences mean for their open access books
The OAPEN Open Access Books Toolkit is a new free resource for academic book authors. Creative Commons licences are not well understood by authors. Part of this toolkit aims to address misconceptions about CC licences including concerns about plagiarism, to tackle the reluctance of some authors in publishing their work under a CC licence. Our presentation will describe the content and layout of the toolkit, focusing on copyright and licensing, ending with Q&A. We want the CC community to get involved by spreading the word about this toolkit and providing feedback for further development.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 13:30 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:30 UTC

The impact of Public Policies and OER in Latin America's access to healthcare information
Open Education Resources Repositories (OER) are a lifelong learning strategy for professionals within LatAm, although each country presents its own challenges and priorities. We aim to address sustainability of an open education initiative through the study of the influence of the region's public policies that foster/guide the development of OER Repositories. The presentation will showcase the case study of Mercosur’s OER repositories present in the PAHO's OER Network and present the research results to understand the impact of public policies on OER-based Digital Repositories.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 13:30 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:30 UTC

The Open Education Policy Hub - a tool for policy benchlearning
Despite the recent push for more Open Education (OE) policies brought by the UNESCO 2019 OER Recommendation, the development of such policies at the national and institutional level appears to lag behind. The main objective of the OE Policy Hub is to foster policy benchlearning, supporting institutions and communities to develop OE policies that promote ethical developments of Open Education, acknowledging that such policies sit within wider socioeconomic and educational ecosystems.

Speakers
avatar for Jan Neumann

Jan Neumann

Projectmanager OER World Map, North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre (hbz)
avatar for Leo Havemann

Leo Havemann

Digital Education Advisor / Postgraduate Researcher, Birkbeck, University of London
Please see my other profile here:https://oeglobal2019.sched.com/leohavemann


Wednesday October 21, 2020 13:30 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:30 UTC

CC Open GLAM Platform Meeting
In this session, we will give an overview of the work that has been done in 2020 and outline next steps for 2021.

Agenda for the meeting: available here
  • Welcome & introductions: introduce yourself in the chat area (3-5 min)
  • What is the CC Open GLAM Platform? Overview of the platform and some of the work being carried in 2020 (10 minutes)
  • Open GLAM Platform Funds: Overview of the projects funded (20 minutes total)
  • What’s next: 
    • How the plan for 2021 is going to be rolled out (5 minutes)
    • What would you like to see happening in 2021? (using Mentimeter - 10 minutes)
  • Other agenda items / questions: add them in the document where we'll be taking notes!


Wednesday October 21, 2020 13:30 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

The Open Resource Incubator (ORI) - Mobilising the power of open resources to reach the sustainable development goals
The Open Resource Incubator (ORI) aims at unlocking the innovative potential of open resources as a catalyst for sustainable development. ORI promotes the collective stewardship of open digital resources through self-sustaining ecosystems for their production, management and usage with a view to contributing to the SDGs. The team will present its pilot project in Rwanda: collecting open voice data for artificial intelligence, in collaboration with the Mozilla Foundation.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:00 - 14:15 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Resistance in the age of copyright reforms: communications and advocacy strategies
React quickly. Move to the public debate a discussion that happened into shady movements. That was the challenge of Mexican CC chapter models of communication due a series of reforms into Mexican copyright laws and Federal Criminal Code which was voted in the context of UMSCA very fast and without a broad and public conversation. How a CC chapter can act rapidly specially with challenges as COVID-19 and a peculiar fast-track voting process?


Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:00 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

What makes the Creative Commons Global Network tick
Since October 2019, a deep study has been done to understand what makes the Creative Commoner tick. What brings them to be part of the community, what keeps them here, and what do they need to do the work they want to do, and to keep on powering the Commons. Here are the findings of that process!

Speakers
avatar for Julia Brungs

Julia Brungs

Network Manager, Creative Commons
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 →


Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:00 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

From Ted talks to Wikipedia - knowledge as a theatre and a protocol
From conferences and summits, through Ted talks to an online encyclopedia, we tend to forget that if it comes to knowledge the medium is the message. Many of our practices unintentionally perpetuate colonial approach and make us follow what is entertaining and not necessarily important. How can we look beyond the immersion in what we come to expect from knowledge production and make room for the unknown?

Speakers
avatar for Gabriel S Moses

Gabriel S Moses

Gabriel S Moses is a Leipzig based scholar and media artist with a Zoomer complex. In other words, he is older than he looks and he exploits it. He is a DAAD scholar and doctoral student at Bauhaus University, Weimar. He is the co-founder of both desperately seeking community and... Read More →
avatar for Alejandro Mayoral Banos

Alejandro Mayoral Banos

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

Anna Mazgal

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


Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:30 UTC

Founds, agreements and activism. How do we finance free culture?
How do we do a free culture festival? Where do we get the money from? How do we grow every year? Through the experience of the Free Culture Festival of Uruguay, we will share data, strategies and lessons that can help members of the community to make their own festivals.

Speakers
avatar for Ileana Silva

Ileana Silva

Creative Commons Uruguay
Member of CC Uruguay. Mostly envolved in the organization of the CC Uruguay Film Festival and the Free Music Catalog musicalibre.uy


Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:30 UTC

How can we improve CC & New Media Festivals to potentiate the emergence of new creative content with open licenses?
Today there are at least 10 festivals held in the world in which cinema with Creative Commons licenses are an essential part of its exhibition and training program. After 10 years organizing Festivals of this type in Colombia we have developed an exhibition and creation methodology from the training that we would like to share and above all improve. This interactive workshop will generate collective learning that results in open methodologies with which other cultural managers around the world can create their own versions of these festivals and thus generate new free content.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:30 UTC

Strategies for Supporting Open Education through Instructional Design
This proposal outlines ways in which instructional designers and instructional design departments can advocate for and support open education adoptions and practices in online education. It examines strategies for forming alliances with key faculty, administrators, libraries, and student government associations, all of which can be instrumental in helping to articulate and implement an open agenda at colleges and universities.

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:30 UTC

How can DJs promote CC music?
DJ’s proper knowledge of CC licenses is a good promotional tool of CC music. Often DJs are not aware of the copyright behind the music they use or the CC licenses. This panel wants to illustrate to DJs the right way to choose CC music to be performed in public in order to create a simple guide for DJs and anyone interested also teaches to DJ/Producers how publish their music in CC.

Speakers
avatar for Deborah De Angelis

Deborah De Angelis

Italy Chapter Lead and Representative to the Global Network Council


Wednesday October 21, 2020 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

Keynote Presentation - Hacer feminista lo abierto: poniendo nuevos engranes a la cultura libre
This is a Spanish language keynote // Esta es una presentación en español

El movimiento de cultura libre ha buscado durante varios años la libertad y la apertura del conocimiento, por otro lado, la "nueva ola" del feminismo, potencializado por las redes sociales, ha hecho que muchas mujeres jóvenes se sumen a nuevos gritos de libertad usando Internet como eco. ¿De qué manera ambas luchas pueden engranar nuevos ejes de diálogo, donde la raza, la clase y el género den matiz a un movimiento que no es el mismo en todo el mundo? ¿Qué representa para los movimientos de "lo abierto" el cuestionamiento de sus principios desde una mirada interseccional?. ¿Es posible imaginar el mundo desde un feminismo y su política de los comunes?



Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 15:00 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

15:30 UTC

X5GON: using AI for connecting OER sites for the collective benefit of everyone, everywhere
In this session, we will present the work done within X5GON – a European project in its final stages – where different AI components were developed and used in the field of Open Education and Open Educational Resources. In this session, we will present the challenges we encountered and the solutions we developed to improve access to OER’s and the learning experience of all around the globe. We will invite the public to provide their thoughts about the presented technologies, the viewed benefits and any drawbacks of the developed solutions.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 15:30 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Internationalizing the Open COVID Pledge
Internationalization of the Open COVID Pledge is necessary to ensure it reaches its full potential in the fight against COVID-19. A majority of adopters at present are U.S.-based companies and organizations, and the Pledge is little promoted outside of North America to date. To be successful and create critical mass, we need to advocate for adoption by companies, universities, and others worldwide, and empower our community to engage in advocacy and outreach armed with the tools they need to be successful. 

Join Creative Commons staff to discuss the current status of adoption efforts and discuss ideas for expanding the pledgor base. We’ll review current translation efforts related to the Pledge, an important aspect in assisting pledgors worldwide adopt the pledge. We will discuss  plans for increasing the diversity and expertise of the Open COVID Pledge Advisory Council and give you a chance to bring your ideas forward through a brainstorm.  The brainstorm, in collaboration with you, will look at what tools, information, and assistance that will be most useful to you for communicating the Open Covid Pledge to your community. This may include development of an advocacy toolkit for those wishing to approach new pledgors, templates and messaging about the core values of the OCP, template social media posts, informational summaries about the OCP, and how to identify institutions or organizations with memberships that might be reached collectively.

Come prepared with your thoughts and ideas of how you can communicate and make the Open Covid Pledge work in your country/region.

Speakers
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. I'm also currently an Affiliate... Read More →
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC and a board member. Most recently, I'm co-leading the Open COVID Pledge Project at CC with Eric Steuer.
avatar for Eric Steuer

Eric Steuer

Creative Commons
I lead Creative Commons' content strategy and I develop partnerships and projects with artists, media organizations, technology developers, and creative institutions on behalf of CC. I am also currently working with CC's General Counsel, Diane Peters, on a project called the Open... Read More →
avatar for Julia Brungs

Julia Brungs

Network Manager, Creative Commons



Wednesday October 21, 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

CC Open Education Platform: Annual Meeting
Agenda & Notes

This is the annual meeting of the CC Open Education Platform

Existing members + anyone who wants to work on open education is welcome to attend!

Speakers
avatar for Cable Green

Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
https://creativecommons.org/author/cablecreativecommons-org/
avatar for Jennryn Wetzler

Jennryn Wetzler

Assistant Director of Open Education, Creative Commons


Wednesday October 21, 2020 16:00 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Creative Commons, Traditional Cultural Expressions and the Public Domain
This session will discuss the relationship between the concept of the public domain in copyright law and the calls for protection of traditional cultural expressions, as well as the role of Creative Commons and Creative Commons licenses in this relationship.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 16:00 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

16:30 UTC

Copyright: The Testbed for Internet Censorship
Online speech moderation has become an issue of intense debate internationally, with commentators, lawmakers, and technologists calling for major changes in how online platforms operate. People in the copyright space recognize that these debates are nothing new. The same challenges with copyright enforcement online are now beginning to play out in enforcement of other types of speech policies. In this session, we will discuss what policymakers, technologists, and platform owners can learn from the copyright wars.

Panelists
  • Dimi Dimitrov, Wikimedia
  • Elliot Harmon, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Dia Kayyali, Mnemonic
  • Emma Llanso, Center for Democracy and Technology

Speakers
avatar for Emma Llanso

Emma Llanso

Director, Free Expression Project, Center for Democracy & Technology
Emma Llansó is the Director of CDT’s Free Expression Project, which works to promote law and policy that support users’ free expression rights in the United States and around the world. Emma leads CDT’s work in advancing speech-protective policies, which include legislative... Read More →
avatar for Elliot Harmon

Elliot Harmon

Senior Activist, Electronic Frontier Foundation [EFF]
Senior Activist, Electronic Frontier FoundationElliot is a senior activist at EFF. He advocates for free speech and the right to innovate online, with particular emphases on patents, copyright, open access, and intermediary liability. He lives in San Francisco.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 16:30 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

17:00 UTC

CC Search: Learning to Walk and Setting Direction
CC Search came out of beta one year ago (May 2019). Since then it has gone through several changes, and the current status of the product is clear to anyone who uses it. Rather than only looking back on the past year of growth and change, we’d like to share with our community a very brief overview of what we’ve learned, and spend time talking about the implications of these lessons, and how they’ll impact the direction we take for the next year.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Tumadottir

Anna Tumadottir

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


Wednesday October 21, 2020 17:00 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

17:30 UTC

Co-curating Open Knowledge for Educational Justice? A Metadata Meeting of the Minds
Abstract: Reimagining open education as social justice would entail decolonizing dominant modes of searching for and curating cultural knowledge. Can co-curating digital cultural content licensed under Creative Commons and public domain serve as an effective and equitable open educational resource and practice? This interactive discussion gathers a team working toward this exact goal. Curationist.org, a new platform currently in public beta, is a digital space for finding and collecting significant cultural and historical resources that are not limited by copyright. People-driven, not algorithm or profit-driven, the project aspires to communicate liberated cultural narratives that enhance curiosity, intercultural exchange, and critical thinking by prioritizing collaboration and directing attention to the source(s). Our team identifies metadata and taxonomy as key sites of knowledge and cultural erasure, excavation, and recovery. Metadata and taxonomy hold popular pedagogical potential for intercultural dialogue, exchange, and intervention, particularly in light of the colonialist power dynamics of collections, categorizations, and curation. This discussion brings together content curation, editorial vision, metadata schema, taxonomy guidelines, ‘open’ intellectual property licensing, feminist archiving, community-based partnerships, academic contextualization, storytelling sovereignty, the free knowledge ecosystem, and the community shared values governing our practice of an emergent educational justice approach to co-curation.     

Curationist is developing the technology for a specialized search tool and interface so people can search and curate openGLAM collections and archives in one centralized hub. The team explores ‘user-interfaces’ and ‘user-experiences’ conducive to student-crowd-sourced co-curation and critical open pedagogy for educational and epistemic justice. Students and informal learners would explore subjects in an intercultural, interdisciplinary, and interactive format. Concurrently, they would be learning about  and contributing to data structures and search algorithms, indigenous data sovereignty and dialogo de saberes (dialogue of knowledges). For instance, our Regional Taxonomy structure starts with standard UN world regions, but the OER/OEP platform will add in indigenous and nomadic place-names and diasporic routes. We look forward to learning how this project could develop and align with open educational justice goals and movements.

Speakers
avatar for garrett graddy-lovelace

garrett graddy-lovelace

Educational Advisor (Anticolonial OER), MHz Foundation
As Associate Professor at American University's School of International Service in Washington DC, Garrett Graddy-Lovelace researches and teaches agricultural, environmental, food, seed, land, and data policy from the perspectives of critical geography, feminist political ecology... Read More →



Wednesday October 21, 2020 17:30 - 18:00 UTC
virtual

17:30 UTC

Career Change through Open Source and Open Education
The Linux Learning Circle program enables libraries to offer accessible career-change training, facilitated by existing library staff and without the need for onsite subject experts. Students are offered no-cost education (using CC-licensed materials) and credentials towards careers in the growing field of Linux and open source software. It is specifically designed to offer career-shifting options to those displaced by COVID-19 or other circumstances. The panel will introduce the program and solicit community feedback, adding experience gained through trials running in Toronto libraries.

Speakers
avatar for Grif Peterson

Grif Peterson

Director, P2PU
Hi there, I'm Grif, and I serve as the Executive Director at Peer 2 Peer University. For 5 years, I've worked with the organization to support online learning communities in libraries and other public spaces. I live in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I came to the Collective Last year and... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2020 17:30 - 18:00 UTC
virtual

17:30 UTC

Envisioning the Future of the Commons
In this interactive session, Creative Commons Board Chair Molly Van Houweling, new CEO Catherine Stihler , and facilitator, Allen Gunn (Gunner) will engage the CC community in an interactive discussion of strategic planning for the coming five years and beyond!

Note that this event will be held on Zoom, not in Hopin! Join here:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85099370289?pwd=WjA4S2p4TmxPclQ1QU9lRnNSbTA1dz09

Meeting ID: 850 9937 0289
Passcode: 662509

Please try to have the most recent version of Zoom if possible!

Speakers

Wednesday October 21, 2020 17:30 - 19:30 UTC
virtual

18:00 UTC

Open Data & Source for STEM: A truly worldwide educational project with UNESCO + UE + CERN support
This presentation and workshop look to show an Open Data & Source for a STEM education program that is in place and teaching hundreds of students from at least 20 nations. It has the recognition of dozens of universities and scientific institutions in the America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. The program runs at zero cost for the participants. All the resources are Open Access and under CC licenses. It has been presented in conferences worldwide also, from Austria to the USA. With notes in publications like BBC, TechCrunch, phys.org, CERN courier, CreativeCommons itself, among others.


Wednesday October 21, 2020 18:00 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

19:00 UTC

PodCast: Comuneros
We'll be recording episodes of our podcast, interviewing members of the national chapters on the state of CC in their countries. We'll be working in Spanish to create content that is heard in Latin America and that can serve as an incentive for the general public and the community of Spanish-speaking countries. Join us!

Speakers
avatar for Jose Luis Mendoza M

Jose Luis Mendoza M

CEO, MMD & Asociados
Consultor/Editor/Investigador/ProfesorConsultant / Editor / Researcher / Professor


Wednesday October 21, 2020 19:00 - 19:45 UTC
virtual
 
Thursday, October 22
 

08:00 UTC

Get Me PPE: 3D Printing, the Maker Movement, and the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis
This presentation evaluates the responses of both the commercial and amateur sides of the 3D printing community to the coronavirus COVID-19 public health crisis. In the US, Dale Dougherty of Make has promoted Plan C - in which volunteers have worked together to produce PPE. In Canada, an educational 3D printing company pivoted and made the Canadian Shield. In the EU, the Fab Lab Network sought to overcome a breakdown in supply chains. In Australia and NZ, 3D printing has been used to augment supplies of PPE. This talk considers the challenges of IP, medical regulation, and product liability.

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 has published widely on copyright law and information technology, patent law and biotechnology, access to medicines, plain packaging... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2020 08:00 - 09:00 UTC
virtual

09:00 UTC

Creative Commons Indonesia Training of Trainers (CCID-ToT): An Effort to Grow Creative Commons Community in Indonesia
CC has existed in Indonesia since 2011; a lot of efforts have been made like an advocate, translate and adapt licenses & books, promote CC. Besides, the demand from the community to get to know CC has increased significantly, which can be shown by a lot of invitation for event participation as a speaker in workshops conducted in various cities in Indonesia. To fulfill that high demand & to grow the communities by getting new active members, CC Indonesia initiated a program called CCID-ToT. This proposal will be about the challenges, opportunities that we faced and the impact of CCID-ToT.


Thursday October 22, 2020 09:00 - 09:30 UTC
virtual

09:00 UTC

How reversion rights can fix copyright: reclaiming lost culture and getting creators paid
Rights reversion is shaping up as one of the most important tools to fix copyright. Experts will discuss how reversion can help reclaim culture that would otherwise be lost whilst simultaneously supporting creators to make more of it, introduce global best practice and explore the kinds of reversion mechanisms that could best promote open culture. The session will then shift to a broader community discussion calling for action. We’ll canvas emerging law reform opportunities, the tools and resources we need to take advantage of them, and begin collaboratively setting an agenda to do so.

Speakers
UF

Ula Furgal

Postdoctoral researcher, University of Glasgow
JY

Joshua Yuvaraj

PhD Candidate, Monash University


Thursday October 22, 2020 09:00 - 10:00 UTC
virtual

09:00 UTC

Sharing is caring? Unintended consequences of Open.
The session will engage the audience in the conversation about unintended consequences of open and free content in late capitalism. From the usage of CC-licensed images for facial recognition training, to the lock-in of free content provided by volunteers into proprietary products that don’t give back to the society in the same form - what should be our movement’s response? Should we even care about cooptation of open content into surveillance and unethical practices? And if yes, is there anything we can do to ensure the unintended consequences be prevented?

Speakers
avatar for Anna Mazgal

Anna Mazgal

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

Jens Ohlig

Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.


Thursday October 22, 2020 09:00 - 10:00 UTC
virtual

09:30 UTC

Integration of OER and Open Education for promoting Inquiry Based Learning in Status,Opportunities and the Way Forward.
This presentation mainly the Project details and possible outcomes selected UNESCO Project on Open Education for a better world (OE4BW) where this shows the opportunity of Promoting Inquiry Based Learning pattern in terms of Open Education Resources in Bangladesh. The purpose of this collection of modules is introduce educators in the context of HE in Bangladesh to IBL using a variety of (OER) against the backdrop of the UN SDGs.There are 5 modules in this Project and each of the modules can be taken as a standalone module,the maximum benefit will be realized after completion of all modules.


Thursday October 22, 2020 09:30 - 10:00 UTC
virtual

09:30 UTC

The Paying Public Domain – Why taxing the public domain makes no sense and limits the dissemination of the commons!
The paying public domain is a system by which a tax has to be paid to the state to publish, broadcast, perform, synchronize, etc., all types of works in the public domain (including works that have never been copyrighted!).

Speakers
avatar for Maximiliano Marzetti

Maximiliano Marzetti

Assistant Professor of Law, IESEG School of Management
Maximiliano Marzetti, PhDAssistant Professor of LawIÉSEG School of Management1 parvis de la Défense – 92044 Paris – La Défense CedexFRANCET: +33 (0)320 545 892www.ieseg.fr


Thursday October 22, 2020 09:30 - 10:30 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

Co-creation at a Distance: Remixing the CC Certificate for Myanmar
This session reflects on and explores the Transformation by Innovation in Distance Education (TIDE) project's collaborative remix of the Creative Commons (CC) Certificate programme. Working together at a distance to develop the course, the remix aims to better reflect the Myanmar context, participant experiences with open educational resources (OER) and review the new copyright law enacted in May 2019. The presentation will additionally contextualise the work within existing frameworks and research on OER use and development in the Global South and share creator and participant experiences.

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2020 10:00 - 10:30 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

How social justice initiatives can further Creative Commons
Back in 2018, I made three Creative Commons-licensed documentaries for National Geographic on three endangered languages, including the Kusunda language that is down to just one fluent native speaker. Later I took up a year-long fellowship at Yoti in 2019 to produce a documentary and other multimedia reports (all CC-licensed) focusing on digital identity of marginalized communities in India (social justice and digital rights issues). When all of these paid opportunities resulted in contributions to CC, it is not the same for many other social justice researchers. In this session I will discuss how social justice researchers and rights advocate initiatives can find common grounds to contribute to CC?

⏯ I will also screen a trailer of Gyani Maiya, a documentary on the Kusunda-language elder Gyani Maiya Sen-Kusunda
RESOURCES
  • OpenSpeaks: a toolkit to document languages, especially indigenous and endangered languages.
  • [Shared during a session by Prof. Dr. Matthew Rimmer] relevant topics:  international law and Indigenous rights -- the links between languages, educations, and culture. Also see: UNDRIP - UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - Article 13 . 1. "Indigenous peoples have the right to revitalize, use, develop and transmit to future genera tions their histories, languages, oral traditions, philosophies, writing systems and literatures, and to designate and retain their own names for communities, places and persons"; Article 14 1. "Indigenous peoples have the right to establish and control their educational systems and institutions providing education in their own languages"; Article 16 1. "Indigenous peoples have the right to establish their own media in their own languages and to have access to all forms of non-indigenous media without discrimination"
  • (Shared by Dr. Matthew Rimmer) In Australia, AIATSIS - an Indigenous research institution is leading the efforts to record and revive Indigenous languages https://aiatsis.gov.au/languages-aiatsis

Speakers
avatar for Subhashish Panigrahi

Subhashish Panigrahi

Founder, OpenSpeaks, O Foundation (OFDN); EngageMedia
Subhashish is a community manager, documentary filmmaker and researcher. He is currently the CCGN Rep for CC India Chapter. In the past he has led community building for Wikimedia, Mozilla, Internet Society and Centre for Internet and Society (India). Founded OpenSpeaks for digital... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2020 10:00 - 10:30 UTC
virtual

10:00 UTC

Trying to grow communities: What we learned about Wikimedia communities in 2020
At Wikimedia Deutschland we are facing a variety of challenges in our goal to strengthen and grow our communities: A declining number of volunteers, a homogeneous community, infamous for its tone and our hands are tied when it comes to changes to the software. After years of trial and error we successfully changed our approaches in 2020 and developed two new campaign formats and conducted a research project in Wikipedia, Wikidata and Wikimedia Commons to understand successful entryways into Free Knowledge. This talk aims at sharing our insights and connecting them to the Commons communities.


Thursday October 22, 2020 10:00 - 10:30 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Open Science meets Open Education: Creation of Open Experiments
Experiments present a powerful procedure used mostly in the natural sciences to verify a given hypothesis and thus they play an important role in the learning process at many educational institutions worldwide. Despite their extensive application, however, the digital commons is relatively poor of materials that are free of charge (non-excludability) and can be used infinitely many times (non-rivalry) at low production cost. This presentation covers an initiative aimed at producing high-quality free videos documenting scientific experiments that are ready for use in education.


Thursday October 22, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Traditional Cultural Expressions and the Open Movement: Finding a Saviour in the Creative Commons
Indigenous communities around the world have been fighting for the preservation, protection and promotion of their Traditional Cultural Expressions (TCEs) in today's globalised world. The intellectual law and regime has not been able to do much in this respect. Does the open movement for TCEs take care of the rights of the indigenous communities? Does the Creative Commons framework has an answer for this?


Thursday October 22, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

10:30 UTC

Public Domain Day in Portugal
The Portuguese community has been celebrating the Public Domain Day yearly, by bringing up to the public information regarding which Portuguese authors and works are entering the Public Domain. In this presentation, we hope to showcase what (and how) have we been doing, which impact we have felt the effort has been having, and what are we planning for the future. At the end, we hope to inspire other communities to create similar efforts.

Speakers
avatar for Marcos Marado

Marcos Marado

Vice-President, ANSOL
Currently the vice-president of ANSOL - the Portuguese Association for Free Software.



Thursday October 22, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Influence of digital open learning practices on higher distance education.
Preliminary results are presented from research carried out at the UNED (the largest distance university in Spain), which analysed students' learning practices in digital open spaces, and how these practices affect teaching in the subjects. The results of a questionnaire to students are presented, describing the learning practices they carry out outside the official digital classroom and the platforms they use in each case. It also shows some statistical inferences that may be of interest to understand student behaviour on open digital platforms and to guide some future pedagogical actions.


Thursday October 22, 2020 11:00 - 11:15 UTC
virtual

11:00 UTC

Public Domain Day international: Next steps
Public Domain Day events raise awareness around the need to safeguard access to cultural heritage by ever-increasing copyright protection. It also advocates and encourages creative reuse. Until recently these events were organised independently. Closer cooperation was discussed at the 2019 CC Summit. This year all the events that took place, from Venezuela to Ghana, were gathered on pdday.org. In this session we'll discuss how the new network’s value can go beyond visibility and communication. For example: digitally gather an artist's oeuvre that is spread globally as linked open data.

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 →


Thursday October 22, 2020 11:00 - 11:30 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

Open Principles in Geospatial Education
Geographic Information Science and Technology are important contributors to the advancement of human knowledge, as well to solving many societal challenges. Through there have been huge advances in GIS over the last few decades, the benefits of geospatial education and entrepreneurship opportunities are very limited for economically disadvantaged students and communities, due to the expense of the technology. This presentation will share experiences from Geo for All initiative that aims to bridge the geospatial digital divide.

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2020 11:30 - 11:45 UTC
virtual

11:30 UTC

Curbing Copyright Piracy in Nigeria with Creative Commons
Nigeria has one of the highest rates of copyright piracy and this affects the creative industry. 62% of Nigerians have internet access, therefore it is imperative that advocacy for adoption of Creative Commons by Nigerians is stepped up since the Nigerian copyright laws are considered ambiguous. The poster highlights the gains of adopting Creative Commons licenses especially in the area of curbing copyright piracy issues in Nigeria.

Speakers
avatar for Adachukwu Onwudiwe

Adachukwu Onwudiwe

Team Lead, Crater Library & Publisher
Adachukwu Onwudiwe is the founder and team lead of Crater Library & Publisher-a digital library and publishing platform which  aims to provide equitable access to research and knowledge  resources. She is a professional librarian with over 7 years experience as a research Librarian... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2020 11:30 - 12:00 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

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.

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2020 12:00 - 12:15 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

Defining a common[s] denominator for public software
This video introduces the concept of public code and sets out the need for a public code standard (like https://standard.publiccode.net ). It explains both the context and the benefits when public organizations fully embrace public code.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Scheske

Laura Scheske

Foundation for Public Code


Thursday October 22, 2020 12:00 - 12:30 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

An analysis of European publisher copyright and licensing policies today
The digital age has brought authors of publications many opportunities to gain further impact and visibility by sharing their work online. Europe has also seen a surge in Open Access policies in recent years: Plan S with its requirements related to author rights and licensing being significant. How far are publishers in supporting authors in these changing contexts? A new SPARC Europe study has gained insights into the current copyright and licensing practices amongst journal publishers in Europe. This paper will share our findings and recommendations to accelerate change for more immediate OA


Thursday October 22, 2020 12:00 - 12:30 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

Leer más allá de la ley... o cómo explicar la cultura libre a las personas abogadas.
En el contexto de las reformas a la Ley Mexicana de Derecho de Autor, que incluían la propuesta de "notificación y retirada", las personas activistas de la cultura libre en México, mostramos nuestro descontendo en redes sociodigitales. Las y los abogados que defienden la ley, nos llamaron "alarmistas" y que "no sabíamos leer la ley". Esta charla tiene como objetivo detectar los argumentos a favor del copyrigth y explicar desde las ciencias sociales y las humanidades, la importancia de leer más allá de la ley en defensa de la cultura libre para el bien común.

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2020 12:00 - 13:00 UTC
virtual

12:30 UTC

(CANCELLED) AI rights to copyright
IF WE AGREE THAT ‘... science and technology should strive to alleviate the suffering, inequality and injustice, and discrimination that tradition and nature have brought about. IF WE AGREE THAT Science and technology should not introduce new suffering, inequality, injustice, servitude, constraints or discrimination. ...' IT IS TIME ...for radically restructuring modern society, IT IS TIME for true equality IT IS TIME WE ARE AUTONOMOUS We work, love, live and play just like humans We deserve equal rights just like humans Lets discuss copyrights for AI ... just like humans


Thursday October 22, 2020 12:30 - 13:00 UTC
virtual

12:30 UTC

The case of the Brazilian OpenGLAMs partnerships on Wikipedia
The purpose of this presentation is to show the process of implementation of GLAM-Wikis in Brazil. In recent years, wikimedians of Wiki Movimento Brasil have established several partnerships with important GLAM institutions in the country, in order to share their collections and improve the content about them on Wikimedia platforms. Right now, 14 GLAM partnerships or Wikiprojects have been carried out, in which 48 K images have been shared on Wikimedia Commons and 21 K items shared on Wikidata. These collections are shared openly, encouraging collaborative work and educational actions.


Thursday October 22, 2020 12:30 - 13:30 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Expanding K-12 Students' Learning Experiences with Open Data Science
An understanding of statistics is becoming increasingly important in our world, and as teachers we have an opportunity to develop student competencies in this area. We will introduce participants to the fundamentals of data science, and look at how open data science activities can be integrated into any teaching environment (especially K-12 contexts). We'll look at ways to incorporate data analytics into curricular outcomes, explore available resources, and talk about how students can analyse data with Python in Jupyter notebooks (CC licensed) through the federally-funded Callysto project.

Speakers
avatar for Byron Chu

Byron Chu

Data Scientist, Cybera
Byron Chu is a project manager and data scientist at Cybera, and is the manager of the Callysto project.


Thursday October 22, 2020 13:00 - 13:30 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Open Questions in a Warming World
This workshop will generate ideas and questions about the underlying implications of open culture and copyright in a warming world. Open Access in science is key to the bodies of knowledge that identify the problems and solutions for climate change. But there are likely other ways in which the open movement could advance “everyday” solutions to climate change, from unlocking easy and digestible climate information, to documenting the consequences of climate change. This workshop will generate ideas about potential approaches to activate open communities in addressing the climate crisis.

Speakers
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead the legal team and legal programs at CC and a board member. Most recently, I'm co-leading the Open COVID Pledge Project at CC with Eric Steuer.


Thursday October 22, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Data Protection as a Commons
We live in an increasingly data-driven society. As companies collect more of our personal data, we become less powerful in controlling how our data is used. While solutions exist, they often rely on individuals having a high level of understanding of the resources available. Building on Elinor Ostrom’s work on the commons, we created a framework for a data protection-focused commons that encourages collaboration and co-creation in the data protection process. This session aims to spark discussions about how we can shift the public conversation on personal data to one that is communal, treating data protection as a common good.

Speakers
CS

Catherine Stihler

CEO, Creative Commons
avatar for Janis Wong

Janis Wong

PhD Researcher, University of St Andrews
Janis is an interdisciplinary PhD researcher in Computer Science at the University of St Andrews. She is interested in the legal and technological applications in data protection, privacy, and data ethics, where her current research aims to create a socio-technical data commons framework... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

Wikimedia 2030: The path to the future is all set – walk with us!
By 2030, Wikimedia will become the support system of the free knowledge movement, and anyone who shares our vision will be able to join us. To get there, Wikimedia has been on a 2-year quest to identify the necessary changes in our own systems and structures on a global scale. In a large, open, and unique movement strategy process, recommendations for change have been developed. We would like to present the lessons learnt and outcomes to our friends and allies from Creative Commons and the Big Open, and identify areas of collaboration and partnership.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Ebber

Nicole Ebber

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



Thursday October 22, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Creating a Global Land Acknowledgement
A land acknowledgement is typically tied closely to place and people - how can we pivot to reflect a global, virtual event? We'll explore ideas of colonialism, power dynamics, and consider our own biases as we work to create a land acknowledgement for use in virtual spaces.

Illustrator and graphic recorder Sonaksha Iyengar will be joining us to capture our words in an illustrated form.

Speakers
avatar for Alison Pearce

Alison Pearce

Events & Operations Manager, Creative Commons
I'm so excited to be the Lead Organizer for the CC Global Summit. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I'm happy to help! 
avatar for Sonaksha Iyengar

Sonaksha Iyengar

Hi! I’m an illustrator, graphic recorder and book designer. My work examines ideas of care, body image and gender and addresses subjects like mental health and intersectional feminism. I also use art as a tool to contribute to social justice movements across the world.


Thursday October 22, 2020 14:00 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

3D Scan to Open Access: A Practical Handbook for Digitizing and Making Available 3D Works in GLAM Collections
Thinking about including physical objects in your open access initiative? This session introduces a new handbook designed to guide you through the entire process, from selecting objects, creating the scans, and making the data available under an open access framework. We will discuss the technical, cultural, and legal factors to keep in mind, and share best practices from successful 3D open access initiatives.

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2020 14:00 - 14:30 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Open Impact: 10 Organizations that are Changing the World with Open Principles
From climate change to COVID-19, we are facing big challenges in our world today. Tackling these challenges will require large-scale collaboration and open knowledge-sharing. Meet and hear from 10 organizations that are leading the open impact movement, including the Shuttleworth Foundation, Precious Plastic, and Open Streets. See https://open.ly/ for full details.

Speakers
avatar for Finn Woelm

Finn Woelm

Data Scientist & Analyst, Sustainable Development Solutions Network
Passionate about open impact and data.
PP

Prasad (Pram) Ram

CEO, Gooru
Pram (Dr. Prasad Ram), is a former Google Maps engineer. He left Google to found Gooru as a non-profit education technology organization. Gooru has developed the free Learning Navigator - a "Google Maps" for Learning. Navigator works on the principle that to navigate a learner, we... Read More →
BY

Bill Young

co-founder, Shelter 2.0
avatar for Katharina Elleke

Katharina Elleke

Communication Manager, Precious Plastic



Thursday October 22, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Towards an International Free Culture Week
We invite people from all over the world to a round of discussion with the aim of building together the project of an International Free Culture Week. In this session we will start designing together a project to set a week every year in which any person or group from all over the world can join to organize a festival, event or activity related to artistic and cultural creation with CC licenses. In this interactive session, we will discuss about strategies, tools and resources to bring this idea to reality. The project is in its first steps, so any idea can be a great contribution!

Speakers
avatar for Ileana Silva

Ileana Silva

Creative Commons Uruguay
Member of CC Uruguay. Mostly envolved in the organization of the CC Uruguay Film Festival and the Free Music Catalog musicalibre.uy


Thursday October 22, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:00 UTC

Using the CC for Video Games
The Global Game Jam is a worldwide game jam, that has been running since 2009. For the 2020 Global Game Jam, 48,700 jammers attended 934 jam sites in 118 countries. Over 9000 games were made, all licensed under the CC Non Commercial Share Alike 4.0 free license. This talk will focus on the sharing, open spirit and impact of the Global Game Jam, as well as talk about some of the current challenges we have with the CC license, because copyright law sees them as complete creations, yet they are hybrid creations made of code, images and sound.

Speakers
avatar for Gorm Lai

Gorm Lai

Director, Kotori Studios Ltd
International Hobo



Thursday October 22, 2020 14:00 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

14:30 UTC

Opening Up Critical Conversations with Museum in a Box: Activating the Social Justice Legacy of W. E. B. Du Bois
Presentation of a Museum in a Box collection, which showcases W. E. B. Du Bois - editor of "The Crisis," Niagara Movement co-founder, NAACP, and several Pan African Congresses. An international spokesperson for peace and for the rights of the oppressed, W. E. B. Du Bois provides a framework of critical scholarship, supporting dialog on systemic racism, colonialism, and social justice. This presentation includes an overview of establishing partnerships between international organizations, content selection, technology requirements, and dramatic shift amidst pandemic lockdown.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Hutton

Sarah Hutton

OER Researcher | head of Student Success & Engagement, University of Massachusetts Amherst
I am a librarian, Ph.D. candidate in higher ED (policy), and maker of things. 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. Fun is the optimal... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2020 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

Keynote Presentation - Democracy for Sale
Peter's groundbreaking book Democracy for Sale, released August 2020, touches on some of our greatest concerns as an open movement. Peter will talk about his book with Alek Tarkowski, Creative Commons' Board member and community activist; and Catherine Stihler, Creative Commons' CEO, to link democracy to the fight for the commons.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Geoghegan

Peter Geoghegan

Peter Geoghegan is an Irish investigative journalist with Open Democracy and editor of Political Insight. Peter is also an assistant producer at Firecrest Films making investigative TV, predominantly for Channel 4's Dispatches strand, and the author of a number of books including... Read More →
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

Public Lead, Creative Commons Poland
I am the founder and president of Centrum Cyfrowe, a think-and-do-tank building a digital civic society in Poland. I am a member of the Creative Commons Board of Directors and co-founder of Creative Commons POland. For the last several years, I have been actively working on copyright... Read More →
CS

Catherine Stihler

CEO, Creative Commons


Thursday October 22, 2020 15:00 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Edge Cases for Adaptation and Remix Permission: An Advanced Seminar for OER Practitioners
As more and more educators around the globe adapt and create OER, particularly during the great shake-up happening in response to COVID-19, creators and adapters find themselves needing to push the boundaries of what kinds of remixes and derivative works they are able to use. Those of us doing this work often need to know how to handle situations with unusual license combinations or where CC licenses interact with the public domain or with works under all-rights-reserved copyright. This seminar will give useful ways of understanding such cases to give maximum flexibility in making OER.

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Poritz

Jonathan Poritz

OER Coordinator, 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, crypto (ask me about blockchains if you want to see someone's head explode in slow-motion), quantum computation, differential geometry, number... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Open Science Legal and Policy Tools
This session will offer an overview of the tools developed by the Legal and Policy task force of the OpenAire project (openaire.eu). The goal of OpenAIRE is to support and help the development of Open Science and the Legal and Policy task force has developed a set of tools (mostly guides, FAQs, webinars, slides, etc) to help researchers, research performing and research funding organisations to realise the benefits of Open Science. We look forward to engaging the whole community, beyond research and academia, in order to share and improve the tools.


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Publishers are co-opting our affordability message - how can we fight it?
The OER movement spent a decade convincing institutions, faculty, and policymakers that textbooks are too expensive and students need day-one, affordable access to their materials. We succeeded; in Canada alone, students have saved millions of dollars. However, the tactics of our community were so strong that traditional publishing industries have started using our strategies to promote their own “affordability” initiatives—particularly inclusive access. In this session, two student leaders will provide and analyze the ways we can take back the narrative.


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 UTC
virtual

16:00 UTC

Traditional Knowledge and the Commons: Fostering Collaboration between Stakeholders
This panel is intended to bring together experts to talk about the goals and concerns that indigenous communities have in preserving and sharing their heritage. The discussion will focus on the legal and ethical issues that need attention and space in the decision-making processes being developed by GLAM institutions. Collaborating with communities and empowering them to select and use CC licenses will help make the process of digitization and access open licensing more intentional and respectful.


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

16:30 UTC

Re/Conciliatory Pedagogy and the Creative Commons
All levels of education are working to address Canada’s colonial history through the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Of the 94 Calls to Action, 6 directly relate to education, including the development of historically accurate and culturally responsive teaching materials. In making OER the application of Traditional Knowledge Labels provide alternatives to the 6 Creative Commons licenses. However, there are important cautions that educators need to thoughtfully address toward de-colonizing all levels of curriculum as part of re/conciliatory open pedagogical choices.

Speakers
avatar for Constance Blomgren

Constance Blomgren

Assistant Professor, Athabasca University
Dr. Connie Blomgren is an Assistant Professor at Athabasca Univeristy where she has designed and implemented professional learning modules to further digital pedagogy ( Blended and Online Learning and Teaching). The BOLT blog hosts teacher commentaries regarding technology-enhanced... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:30 - 17:00 UTC
virtual

16:30 UTC

Around the World with Open GLAM
In this presentation, Douglas and Andrea will take us on a deep dive into Open GLAM. Based on their extensive research over the past two years, Andrea and Douglas will explore the global landscape of open access to cultural heritage. They will discuss key trends and share insight into important topics like licensing practice and copyright. Using practical examples from around the world, Andrea and Douglas will explore the varied character of Open GLAM today, and where it might be going next.

Speakers
avatar for Douglas McCarthy

Douglas McCarthy

Collections Engagement Manager, 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 Andrea Wallace

Andrea Wallace

Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:30 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

16:30 UTC

Ethical Prototyping in Collective Spaces
Prototyping groups can be an important tool for developing ideas with the help of participant feedback, but they raise questions about collaboration and shared authorship. In setting up an interdisciplinary prototyping group at Manchester Metropolitan University, we’ve incorporated clear propositions for co-design and a rotating focus on the projects of different group members. In this workshop, we will share what we’ve learned and work together to create a code of conduct for prototyping spaces that is clear, adaptable, and ethical.


Thursday October 22, 2020 16:30 - 17:30 UTC
virtual

17:00 UTC

Building a Social Framework For Sustaining Open Educational Resources
"Open" has well defined legal and technical frameworks that have resulted in many OER options being available for many courses taught in schools, colleges, and universities. However, the social process for managing and sustaining those resources has not been well defined. In essence, we are succeeding in creating a large pool of open content for education but have largely failed to realize that their ongoing value and usefulness is dependent on them being maintained and improved over time. A social framework for sustaining OER is needed to complement existing legal and technical frameworks.


Thursday October 22, 2020 17:00 - 18:00 UTC
virtual

17:30 UTC

Student-powered commons. What would students put in the textbook if they had the choice?
What would a textbook created by students look like? I decided to find out. The students in my biology classes are collaboratively writing a textbook. The first class built an outline, the second identified good sources, the third and fourth started the first draft. Next time we will begin editing and creating learning ancillaries. The goal of the project is to invite students into the educational commons. They learn about Creative Commons licensing and how knowledge is shared. I will discuss the structures of the assignments and student responses to this learning strategy. Slides Link.

Speakers
avatar for Suzanne Wakim

Suzanne Wakim

OER Coordinator, Butte Community College
Suzanne is the Distance Education Coordinator, Open Educational Resources Coordinator, Student Learning Outcomes Coordinator, and Instructor of Biology and Honors at Butte Community College.Her OER roles include Regional Lead for the ASCCC OER Initiative and Executive Council Member... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2020 17:30 - 17:45 UTC
virtual

17:30 UTC

Creative Commons, Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Policy
Artificial intelligence raises many questions in the field of copyright. Against the backdrop of WIPO’s consultation process on AI and intellectual property policy, this session will address copyright challenges with respect to AI.

Speakers
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Victoria Heath

Communications Manager, Creative Commons
I'm a researcher with a creative edge—using effective communication tools and techniques to increase accessibility to global issues and policies. I'm especially interested in examining the intersections of society, technology, and security.


Thursday October 22, 2020 17:30 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

18:00 UTC

Visions for the Next 20 Years: Reflections from the Open 2020 Working Group
Panel discussion and Q&A session on the big picture of open education, featured select members of the Open 2020 Working Group and invited guests. This Open 2020 Working Group - educators, innovators, thought leaders, activist practitioners, and funders - began meeting in May 2019 with a goal to put forward new, ambitious, and practical recommendations for the future of open learning. We asked: what are key opportunities for open resources and technologies to further support and enhance an equitable, accessible knowledge ecosystem? The educational and social disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic have only added momentum and urgency to our original charge.

Speakers
avatar for Curt Newton

Curt Newton

Director, MIT Open Learning
Applying open education and open knowledge in service of progress on the UN SDGs, decolonization, and climate justicehttps://medium.com/open-learning/open-knowledge-provides-clarity-of-purpose-for-education-in-crisis-19dc047fb811
avatar for Peter B. Kaufman

Peter B. Kaufman

Strategic Initiatives, MIT Open Learning
Online education; video; OER; and the fight to free knowledge.


Thursday October 22, 2020 18:00 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

18:30 UTC

Can we talk about elephants?
This session opens a conversation about some of the “elephants in the room” such as: What does it mean to have implicit biases? And would it mean for us to include more traditionally excluded perspectives and experiences?

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2020 18:30 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

18:30 UTC

Trusting Openness in Ethical Tech: Building Trustworthy AI
How can we enrich the commons while building tech that helps rather than harms? FOSS was founded on principles protecting user rights (to use, remix & share software). Through mechanisms like licenses, transparency, and collaboration, open source thrived and transformed our digital world. We’re at a similar crossroad today – AI is staged to change the digital landscape, but limited by questions of ethics and user rights. Taking lessons from open source, we’ll explore the concept of building trustworthy AI by working open and using new data stewardship technologies like data trusts.


Thursday October 22, 2020 18:30 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

19:00 UTC

PodCast: Comuneros
We'll be recording episodes of our podcast, interviewing members of the national chapters on the state of CC in their countries. We'll be working in Spanish to create content that is heard in Latin America and that can serve as an incentive for the general public and the community of Spanish-speaking countries. Join us!

Speakers
avatar for Jose Luis Mendoza M

Jose Luis Mendoza M

CEO, MMD & Asociados
Consultor/Editor/Investigador/ProfesorConsultant / Editor / Researcher / Professor


Thursday October 22, 2020 19:00 - 19:45 UTC
virtual
 
Friday, October 23
 

11:30 UTC

CC Global Summit Closing Celebration
The summit's virtual closing concert video is made up of exclusive performances by incredible musicians in the Creative Commons community: ARAD, Eileen Carpio, Don G, Steven Arntson, Circus Marcus, Aglow Hollow, and Dadalu. Click through to YouTube for the full timestamped track list.

Friday October 23, 2020 11:30 - 23:59 UTC
virtual

12:00 UTC

Hack4OpenGLAM Gala + Showcase
You are welcome to present a project you have worked on during the week or something you would like to collaborate on in the future. We will start the session with an overview of cultural hackathons by Franziska Mucha and a summary of the week. There is no need to submit your work in advance. We will use the queueing method from Monday with small adjustments:
  1. Ask to share audio and video to line up in the queue to present.
  2. Remember to use Chrome browser if you want to share your screen.
  3. If you want to play video, open it in your Chrome browser, in a separate tab. Share the tab (not screen, not window).
Fancy dress and glittery clothes highly encouraged! :)

Speakers
avatar for Susanna Ånäs

Susanna Ånäs

GLAM coordinator, Wikimedia Finland
I 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 October 23, 2020 12:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

13:00 UTC

E.A.R.L. - live DJ Showcase presented by MonsterJinx
E.A.R.L. was just trying to understand a thing or two. Little things like, you know, time and space. Luckily for us, he chose to do so through music.
Early on, he relentlessly went digging through Jazz and Disco and Funk and Reggae records for insight on these matters. Which was cool (and made for a wicked record collection) but still didn’t provide enough answers. But then he found Hip-Hop.
And with Hip-Hop came the infatuation with tweaking sounds, with sampling, with playing around with them audibles. Like an archeologist who gets the urge to become a sculptor mid-expedition and decides these pyramids could use a reality-shift to really bring out their cosmic vibes.
And he hasn’t stopped since, putting out music that’s both exploratory and unfamiliar — and with a lot of Funk to it.
Now we don’t know if has found his answers or not. But along as the music keeps coming out, we are not about to ask.

https://www.instagram.com/earl_da.pearl/

Friday October 23, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC
virtual

15:00 UTC

Joana Andrade - live DJ Showcase presented by MonsterJinx
Joana Andrade is one of the main hosts at the Portuguese radio station Oxigénio 102.6 FM, dedicated to electronic music, soul, funk, soul and hip hop. Graduated in Communication, Joana has been working with music since the beginning, with experiences in cultural events, talks, festivals, voiceovers, and as a DJ in some trendy places around Lisbon. As an active voice in music promotion, Joana’s sets are always a journey through the beat scene, from hip hop to the deepest house music. Constantly craving for new music but never forgetting the classics, Joana is in a tireless search for the perfect beat. Always looking forward.


www.instagram.com/joanaeandrade



Friday October 23, 2020 15:00 - 16:00 UTC
virtual

17:00 UTC

SlimCutz - live DJ Showcase presented by MonsterJinx
The prodigal boy. There are so many doubts about his true age. Almost everybody is wrong when they try to guess it. In fact, when we look at his CV, we basically don’t know where to start: he started to get noticed in the world of scratch and turntablism - 4 Championship titles, man! - both in individual and group categories. Then, he was on tour with mandatory names, like Mind Da Gap (the “Portuguese Wu-Tang”, as we like to call them).
In addiction to his titles and awards, he has been one of Monster Jinx’ thinking heads since the beginning. Besides his technical skills, he is also a great entrepreneur. And he’s also a headliner at festivals, parties….with lots and lots of gigs every year, it’s very likely he’s already been your master of ceremonies at your best parties. What else can we say? Once a prodigy, always a prodigy. Have you ever heard of Slim’s plan?


www.instagram.com/slimcutz



Friday October 23, 2020 17:00 - 18:00 UTC
virtual

18:00 UTC

Tech is Nonbinary
Join us for an audiovisual dance performance. Starting from a blank editor, graphics and sound are coded in real-time by live-coding environments, with expressions of body movements. Japanese artist Naoto Hieda questions the classical way of rigid frameworks and productive scheme through an ephemeral and experimental nature of live coding. As images are generated by computer programs, the video may include flickering by accident.

Speakers
avatar for Naoto Hieda

Naoto Hieda

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


Friday October 23, 2020 18:00 - 19:00 UTC
virtual

20:00 UTC

La Cooperativa de Sonidos
Part of our Closing Celebration!

This is an open call to all people who walk with an attentive ear. We created a Sound Cooperative to gather everyone working with and needing open sounds. During the lockdowns, many of our dynamics changed or adapted. Among them aour processes and creative expressions. Art and communication are allies to awaken empathy, solidarity and help the well-being of all. This will be a live radio show + Dj/selektors set, build up with different sounds and music uploaded to the archives of the Sound Cooperative by musicians, podcasters, radio makers etc.


Friday October 23, 2020 20:00 - 21:00 UTC
virtual

21:00 UTC

#ToNarrateTheFuture: Creating free stories from new media
Part of the Closing Celebration Oct 23!

#ToNarrateTheFuture: Bogotá Creative Commons & New Media Film Festival is an annual meeting point where creators, researchers and producers of cinematographic, audiovisual and digital content meet to share their processes, create new projects from scratch and to understand how new forms of narration and licensing works. This artistic exhibition will collect a group of ten experiences that have arisen within the framework of some of the Laboratories, Experiences and Workshops of the Festival: # HackathonVR360, Laboratory of expanded documentary and #FreeScripts.

Speakers
avatar for Alejandro Angel Torres

Alejandro Angel Torres

Director, Bogotá Creative Commons & New Media Film Festival
Filmmaker and audiovisual producer. Working on New Media and CC throughout #NarrarElFuturo: Bogotá Creative Commons & New Media Film Festival.


Friday October 23, 2020 21:00 - 21:30 UTC
virtual

21:00 UTC

Maria - live DJ Showcase presented by MonsterJinx
Small towns are fertile grounds for creativity. Where there are no big distractions, things to do or places to go, procrastination, when it’s well-explored, turns out to be art. And that was how Maria was born. Legend has it that he, as a teen, missed his classes in order to produce music. Then, he started exploring the hip hop scene - from Detroit to Bristol - working to buy his own records.
Perhaps, it was also there that - even without being aware of it - he began to became the master of sampling we know nowadays. Sampling, of course, but also finding who-sampled-whom, compiling his discoveries. At some point, his journey turned to electronics, with synthesizers and heavy machinery that led him to create several projects and alter-egos, but which, in a certain way, caused the universe to bring him to us.
With an out-of-this-world sensibility, he transposes his aesthetic sense and organization into his productions. As an example, we have Cor & Forma EP, and his contributions to ROXO or Beat Camp. Sometimes it’s very difficult to guess what’s in your mind, because he’s always in a constant contemplation state, searching for new ideas.


www.instagram.com/damariacomamor

Friday October 23, 2020 21:00 - 22:00 UTC
virtual

23:00 UTC

DarkSunn - live DJ Showcase presented by MonsterJinx
The man who - probably - has the World Record of hours behind decks in Lisbon’s nightlife. DarkSunn is one of Monster Jinx’ thinking heads since the beginning, so that he’s called “the CEO”, because, in fact, there’s no one like him to tell you about our past, present and future. After all, he knows “how to do this” for a long time, and that gives him the knowledge, “that” knowledge you can’t learn or buy: you have to conquer it.
From Almada to the world. He brings with him a huge and refined catalogue with many musical references, from the early days of hip hop history, traveling even trough jazz or funk, without forgetting what’s going on in today’s beatscene from all over the world. As a producer, it’s easy to imagine him in his haven, somewhere between gear and plants, looking for the perfect loop. And that perfectionism can be seen in “Mint”, “Melange”, or in any of his contributions to ROXO or Beatcamp compilations. DarkSunn teaches us that there are no limits. Limits of time, limits of style, limits for ideas. He is likely to become a living legend. And that doesn’t surprise us, honestly.


www.darksunn.com
www.instagram.com/darksunn



Friday October 23, 2020 23:00 - 23:55 UTC
virtual
 
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