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Thursday, October 15 • 13:30 - 15:00
Social, cultural, and economic implications of open content

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1. How Europeana stopped worrying and learned to love the Openness - Paul Keller (slides)
  • Over the past few years the Europeana.eu the European Union funded platform that provides access to digitzied cultural heritage objects from cultural heritage institutions across all of Europe has grown to 43 million objects. 25% of the objects are in the Public Domain (and marked with the Public Domain Mark) and another 22% are available under one of the 6 Creative Commons licenses. Today Europeana is a strong advocate of open data and open content. In his presentation Paul Keller (who serves on the boards of both CC and Europeana) will explain how Europeana came to be the open content power-hosue that it is today and what other cultural heritage institutions and cultural heritage aggregation platforms can learn from this.

2. Open content and reuse - Tae-yong Yoon, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea

3. Global OER Movement & CC: Cable Green (slides)
  • CC's Director of Global Learning for Creative Commons will discuss emerging trends in the global Open Educational Resources (OER) movement including: global OER strategy work, open licensing funder policies, open textbooks, primary & secondary initaitives, open education business models, research, and open pedagogy / praxis.

Q&A and discussion

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Cable Green

Director of Open Knowledge, Creative Commons

Tae-yong Yoon

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea

Thursday October 15, 2015 13:30 - 15:00 KST
2. National Museum of Korea Main Auditorium (400 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

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