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Wednesday, October 14
 

12:00

Day 0 - CC Affiliate MiniConference

Wednesday October 14, 2015 12:00 - 17:00
Woorisarang Center B108, 74 Myeongdong-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

19:30

Welcome Reception
Wednesday October 14, 2015 19:30 - 21:00
Le Style Bar - Ibis styles Ambassador Myeongdong 21st fl. Ibis styles Ambassador Myeongdong, 302 Samil-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul
 
Thursday, October 15
 

09:30

Registration
Thursday October 15, 2015 09:30 - 10:00
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

10:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks - Jeongwook Seo
Speakers
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Jeong-Wook Seo

Chairman of CC Korea, Seoul National University
Hello Sharing World! | We are delighted to welcome all of you to the Creative Commons Global Summit 2015, the bi-annual gathering of legal, technical and academic professionals working to support the growth and expansion of the Creative Commons. I understand participants are from 80 countries and diverse groups of people, organizations, institutions and communities are gathered. We are here to collaborate, cooperate and celebrate our events... Read More →


Thursday October 15, 2015 10:00 - 10:10
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

10:10

Sponsor Spotlight - Private Internet Access
Speakers

Thursday October 15, 2015 10:10 - 10:15
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

10:15

Redefine Creative Commons - Jay Yoon
Speakers
avatar for Jay Yoon

Jay Yoon

CC Korea Project Lead


Thursday October 15, 2015 10:15 - 10:45
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

10:45

The idea of the commons and the future of capitalism - Yochai Benkler
Speakers
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Yochai Benkler

Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School


Thursday October 15, 2015 10:45 - 11:30
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

11:30

Importance of Creative Commons in the digital era - Keynote panel
Speakers
avatar for Yochai Benkler

Yochai Benkler

Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →
avatar for Jay Yoon

Jay Yoon

CC Korea Project Lead


Thursday October 15, 2015 11:30 - 12:00
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

12:10

Lunch
Thursday October 15, 2015 12:10 - 13:30
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

13:30

Exploring Open Business Models
Open business models use Creative Commons licenses to maximize use, distribution, and improvement of digital assets generating both social good and sustainable revenues. Open business models are based on the economics of abundance not scarcity.

This session explores answers to one of the most important questions of the digital age: "How do creators make money to sustain what they do when they are letting the world reuse their work?" 

Presenters will describe a range of open business model activities.

Creative Commons HQ staff Sarah Pearson and Paul Stacey will outline their efforts to map out a global spectrum of open business models made with Creative Commons as part of their Kickstarter funded initiative to write a book on open business models.

Fátima São Simão and Teresa Nobre from the Creative Commons Portugal Affiliate will launch their CC Toolkit for Business including a poster, brochure, and video describing why businesses should consider using Creative Commons and the benefits they get from doing so.

Netherlands based Sebastiaan ter Burg will describe the efforts of the Circular Content team to gather practical knowledge from open content producers, users, and platforms. This knowledge is being compiled into a sharing manual that provides a practical guide for professionals on sharing content.

Hee-sung Do CEO of WanTreez Music, a Korean music sharing platform, and Nuno Silva from 500px, a photo sharing platform will both describe their businesses providing examples of open business models in practice. 

The audience will be invited to ask questions and engage in a discussion with the whole panel of presenters.

Questions can be  submitted at https://www.sli.do/home to event code #3353.

The panel plans to explore questions like:
  • What value can Creative Commons and open provide to a business or creator?
  • How can we enhance and highlight the value proposition Creative Commons and open offers? 
  • What business models does Creative Commons enable that would not otherwise be possible? 
  • What are our recommendations for how others might adopt a Creative Commons open business model? 
  • How will CC based open business models evolve going forward into the future? 

Speakers
avatar for Sebastiaan ter Burg

Sebastiaan ter Burg

Founder, Circular Content
HD

Hee-sung Do

Co-founder, Wantreez Music
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons
avatar for Paul Stacey

Paul Stacey

Associate Director of Global Learning, Creative Commons
I live just outside Vancouver Canada and work on Creative Common's global open education and open business models initiatives. I like ping pong, cycling, art, food, and drink - count me in on parties.


Thursday October 15, 2015 13:30 - 15:00
4. National Museum of Korea Lecture Room (100 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

13:30

Social, cultural, and economic implications of open content
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

Speakers
avatar for Cable Green

Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
Cable is an "Open Education & Policy" guy. Cable works with the global open education community to leverage open licensing, OER, open policies, and open pedagogy to significantly improve access to quality, affordable, education and research resources so everyone in the world can attain all the education they desire.
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

Director, Kennisland
Paul Keller co-director of of Kennisland, an Amsterdam based think-tank focussed on innovation in the knowledge economy. Paul advises public sector institution on copyright policy issues and he is public project lead for Creative Commons in the Netherlands. He also serves as Collecting Societies Liaison for Creative Commons International, where he has been instrumental in negotiating cooperations between Creative Commons and various collective... Read More →
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Tae-yong Yoon

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea


Thursday October 15, 2015 13:30 - 15:00
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

14:00

CC in art and film
"The Long Road Project"

Speakers
avatar for Reda Zine

Reda Zine

Director, The Long Road To The Hall of Fame
#CCMorocco #CCMena #CCItaly #Production #Film #Music #Digital_Release #P2P #Teaching


Thursday October 15, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
5. Hangeul Museum Auditorium (167 seats) National Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

14:00

CC Tech Team Road Map & The List
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →
avatar for Rob Myers

Rob Myers

Software Developer, Creative Commons
Talk to me about Creative Commons licensing, technology, 3D printing, art and how they all go together!


Thursday October 15, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
6. Hangeul Museum Lecture Room 1 Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:00

Break
Thursday October 15, 2015 15:00 - 15:30
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:30

Do-It-Yourself / Maker
1. Open source satelite initiative

2. Coding for Kids - First Step for Programming, ENTRY
Entrylabs is a nonprofit company support by Naver corp. We provide an online platform 'ENTRY' to learn programming easily for anybody as public goods. In this talk, I present the cases which were used by ENTRY to educate students and talk about what we plan to develop.

3. Digital fabrication and open source hardware
Bringing together digital fabrication, open source hardware, and Creative Commons - Both the digital fabrication (think 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC milling, and more) and open source hardware world have looked to Creative Commons for guidance on setting up dynamic sharing communities.  This talk will highlight great CC success stories as well as situations where there is still work to do on the gap between CC intentions and DIY reality.

Q&A and discussion 

Speakers
JK

Ji-hyun Kim

Entry Labs
avatar for Michael Weinberg

Michael Weinberg

Intellectual Property and General Counsel, Shapeways
I do lots of work around 3D printing and intellectual property and am also the Board Chair for the Open Source Hardware Association.


Thursday October 15, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
4. National Museum of Korea Lecture Room (100 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:30

CC and openness in GLAM
1. Creative Commons in large institutions

Speakers
avatar for Andres Guadamuz

Andres Guadamuz

Senior Lecturer in IP Law, University of Sussex
Dr Andres Guadamuz is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Sussex and an Associate Researcher of the CREATe Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy. He is an international consultant for the World Intellectual Property Organization, and has been involved with Creative Commons in various roles since 2005. His main research areas are open licensing, software protection, digital... Read More →


Thursday October 15, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
5. Hangeul Museum Auditorium (167 seats) National Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:30

Open Data in Korea and the World
1. Gov 3.0 and Open data policies in Korea
2. Open Science and Data Platform: Datanest

There are ‘Open’ trends such as Open Data, Open Platform, Open Access, Open Software and so on. In the science field, scientific data is important to share knowledge and enhance research. Large amounts of scientific data are produced due to development of hardware, expansion of super high speed network and development of high tech information technology. Selecting valuable data and managing them systematically are becoming very important as data-centric research paradigm appears due to the advent of ubiquitous era. However, data of researchers are not used effectively and they become useless after stored in personal store such as PC, CD, or USB. For this reason, a platform that enables to manage data created by researchers easily and to reuse them is needed. The Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) is in preparation of data platform (DATANEST) to build the sharing and fusion center of scientific data and to manage and share the data systematically.

3. Internet of "Nice" Things

Q&A and discussion 

Speakers

Thursday October 15, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
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

15:30

CC Tech Team - CC Search & CC License Chooser
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →
avatar for Rob Myers

Rob Myers

Software Developer, Creative Commons
Talk to me about Creative Commons licensing, technology, 3D printing, art and how they all go together!


Thursday October 15, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
6. Hangeul Museum Lecture Room 1 Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

17:00

NABI's Experiment
Speakers
SR

SohYeong Roh

Director, Art Center Nabi


Thursday October 15, 2015 17:00 - 17:30
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

17:30

Lila Tretikov Keynote - Wikimedia Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Lila Tretikov

Lila Tretikov

Executive Director, Wikimedia Foundation
Lila Tretikov is the Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides equal access to knowledge through services like Wikipedia, the world's largest encyclopedia, available in 285 languages and the fifth most popular website in the world. Lila has been a leader in the technology space for almost 15 years. Most recently, she served as the Chief Product Officer for the open-source, cloud-based software... Read More →


Thursday October 15, 2015 17:30 - 18:00
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

19:00

CC Dinner - Affiliates & Speakers
All CC staff, affiliates and speakers will be asked to remain in the main auditorium for a group photo after the conference and be escorted to a shuttle bus stop to the dinner venue "Art Center Nabi."  
The dinner starts at 7:00 pm and the shuttles to the hotel will depart at 8:30pm at the same location where you get off.

PLEASE make sure take a shuttle to the art center as the center is closed during night and only open to CC guests escortred by CC Korea staff.  

Address: 4F, 99 Seorin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul



Thursday October 15, 2015 19:00 - 20:30
Art Center Nabi
 
Friday, October 16
 

09:30

Registration
Friday October 16, 2015 09:30 - 10:00
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

10:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks
Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 10:00 - 10:10
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

10:10

wikiHow announcement of Korean site launch
Friday October 16, 2015 10:10 - 10:15
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

10:20

Keynote - Ryan Merkley
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →


Friday October 16, 2015 10:20 - 11:00
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

11:00

Fair use and business
Moderators
avatar for Jay Yoon

Jay Yoon

CC Korea Project Lead

Friday October 16, 2015 11:00 - 12:00
3. National Museum of Korea Small Auditorium (200 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

11:00

Sharing City: City rediscovers the values of sharing
  • 3 years of "Sharing City Seoul" initiative and future plans - Hyo-kwan Chon, Director of Social Innovation Bureau for Seoul City Government
  • Amsterdam Sharing City, Pieter Bas van de Glind
  • Public-corporate partnership for Sharing City - Sang-hyun Lee, Airbnb
  • Collaboration to solve the parking problem in urban areas - Dong-hyeon Kim, Parking Share

Speakers
HC

Hyo-kwan Chon

Director of Social Innovation Bureau, Seoul City Government
avatar for Pieter van de Glind

Pieter van de Glind

ShareNL
Pieter van de Glind is a co-founder of Amsterdam Sharing City and shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and network organization for the collaborative (sharing) economy. He graduated from Utrecht University on the consumer potential of collaborative consumption. His research findings have been presented and applied in the Netherlands and abroad. Van de Glind is a frequent speaker and author of SHARE. He is an advisor to companies from... Read More →
DK

Dong-hyeon Kim

Parking Share


Friday October 16, 2015 11:00 - 12:30
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

11:00

OER: Mainstreaming and the Moonshot
1. Education Moonshot: Shifting OER from +10% to 10x (30 min)
  • This session will vision and create recommendations for how the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement can move toward 10x vs. 10% solution. Our current plan looks a lot like "OER can be 10 percent better than the existing model". OER is capable of 10x improvements (or more) if we had the infrastructure, investment and policy to realize it. Join us to redesign the future of education!
  • Ryan Merkley, TJ Bliss, Esther Wojcicki, Cable Green


Break (10 min)


2. Moving OER into the Mainstream: Global Coordination
(50 min)
  • Join a global conversation about how to move Open Educational Resources (OER) into mainstream education. This hands-on workshop will analyze a draft OER strategy (http://oerstrategy.org) and discuss practical next steps for moving the strategy forward. Workshop participants will work together to vision and map 2016-2017 OER activities needed to actualize this strategy. Session outcomes will drive CC Education's work for 2016-2017.
  • Stella HaYoung Shin, Delia Browne, Alek Tarkowski, Nicole Allen, TJ Bliss, Meena Hwang, Cable Green

Moderators
avatar for Cable Green

Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
Cable is an "Open Education & Policy" guy. Cable works with the global open education community to leverage open licensing, OER, open policies, and open pedagogy to significantly improve access to quality, affordable, education and research resources so everyone in the world can attain all the education they desire.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Allen

Nicole Allen

Hi! I'm Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education for SPARC and part of the Organizing Committee of OpenCon 2016. My day job is leading SPARC's work on Open Education, including advocating for U.S. federal and state policy, supporting on-campus efforts to advance OER through academic libraries, and international advocacy for open education through the Open Government Partnership. I also help out with organizing OpenCon by coordinating the application and review process, and logistics for attendees. I've been working to advance open education since I graduated university about ten years ago (even before), and have a background in grassroots organizing and policy advocacy.

, SPARC
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avatar for TJ Bliss

TJ Bliss

Program Officer, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Working to understand the costs, outcomes, use, and perceptions of OER. Passionate about my family, my religion, and my job.
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →
avatar for Stella Hayoung Shin

Stella Hayoung Shin

Volunteer, OER Coordinator, Creative Commons Korea
Hello my name is ​신하영(Stella HaYoung Shin) and I am a Ph.D candidate of Educational Policy & Administration . | I am also a volunteer and activist for Open Educational Resource of Creative Commons Korea . | Passion for education, equality, and open knowledge drives me.
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

Director, Centrum Cyfrowe / Communia
Director of the Centre, Alek manages projects for a reform of laws and public policies (policy). Co-founder and coordinator of the Creative Commons Poland, he also acts as the European Policy Fellow for the American organization Creative Commons, which leads the project "OER Policies for Europe". Co-founder and now also vice-chairman of the Coalition for Open Education. Actively involved in Communia, the European... Read More →
avatar for Esther Wojcicki

Esther Wojcicki

Vice Chair, Creative Commons
Esther Wojcicki, Vice Chair of Creative Commons, is the Founder of Palo Alto High School Media Arts program, the largest scholastic media program in the USA. She is also the author of Moonshots in Education: Launching Blended Learning in the Classroom (2015)


Friday October 16, 2015 11:00 - 12:30
4. National Museum of Korea Lecture Room (100 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

12:30

Showcases of Sharing Culture 1
  • 10 years of CC in China Mainland - Chunyan Wang
  • Orphan Works and Collective Memories: On Setting Up A "318 Civic Movement" Archive - Tyng-Ruey Chuang
  • Add-In for Microsoft Office - Baden Appleyard
  • The new PLUG license and its utility for licensing hardware designs under CC - McCoy Smith

Speakers
avatar for Baden Appleyard

Baden Appleyard

National Director, AusGOAL
I am a Barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland and Barrister of the High Court of Australia. I am also the National Programme Director for the Australian Governments' Open Access and Licensing (AusGOAL) Programme. AusGOAL is the Australian Governments' programme for opening access to publicly funded information for re-use by the community.
avatar for McCoy Smith

McCoy Smith

IP Attorney, Intel Corporation
I handle all IP matters for Intel’s Software & Services Group, chair Intel’s Open Source Legal Practice Group, and am a former co-chair for the Open Source Committee for the Intellectual Property Owner’s Association (IPO). I am a U.S. patent lawyer, practiced patent prosecution and patent litigation in private practice, have taught patent bar review courses for aspiring patent lawyers, and was (before becoming a lawyer) a patent examiner... Read More →


Friday October 16, 2015 12:30 - 13:15
4. National Museum of Korea Lecture Room (100 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

12:30

Lunch
Friday October 16, 2015 12:30 - 13:30
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

12:30

Lunch & Poster Sessions
  • The common future of OER and Creative Commons - Ahmed Mansour
  • State of Open Policy - a global checkin - Tomoaki Watanabe
  • Joining the Open Policy Caucus within the Open Government Partnership - Hal Plotkin
  • Building a Public Domain Index: how to measure the public domain? - Evelin Heidel
  • Free-Conomics - Different Economic Approaches to Open Content - Elad Wieder
  • Survey of Flexible Limitations and Exceptions to Copyright - Meredith Jacob
  • CC in the Wild - Kelsey Wiens
  • CC Licence search with perceptual hashes - Andrew Smith


Friday October 16, 2015 12:30 - 14:00
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

13:30

Live Music Performance by Holt Children’s Services
Friday October 16, 2015 13:30 - 14:00
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

13:30

Korea Copyright Commission Special Forum

Friday October 16, 2015 13:30 - 17:00
3. National Museum of Korea Small Auditorium (200 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

14:00

Measuring the impact of open policy for GLAM

Friday October 16, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
6. Hangeul Museum Lecture Room 1 Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

14:00

Legal Code Translations 2 Years Strong: Successes, Challenges and Impact
Since the 4.0 licenses were published in November 2013 and as early as the publication of CC0 in 2009, CC and its affiliates have embarked on a novel and ambitious undertaking for linguistically translating (not porting) these legal tools. The past 18 months in particular have seen many successes and challenges, particular since languages extend across borders and continents. Join us and our translation leads to explore the successes, challenges, opportunities and learnings of this impressive undertaking.

Speakers
avatar for Marianne Diaz

Marianne Diaz

Acceso Libre / Global Voices / Creative Commons
Marianne Diaz is a lawyer, fiction writer and activist for digital rights, free culture and online freedom of speech in Venezuela. She serves as legal leader for Creative Commons Venezuela. She is also the co-founder and leader of the NGO Acceso Libre, and has been a volunteer blogger for Global Voices Advocacy since 2010. For many years now, Marianne has been documenting blockages and threats to online freedom of speech en Venezuela. In 2014... Read More →
avatar for Hala Essalmawi

Hala Essalmawi

Principal Attorney & IPR Officer, Library of Alexandria
A lawyer, and Phd candidate, believe that law has a great role in sustainable development. | Topics: IP, copyright, Access to knowledge, consumer protection, micro finance.
avatar for Maksym Naumko

Maksym Naumko

Legal lead, CC Ukraine
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons
DM

Dr. Mohammad El Said

Associate Professor, UCLAN
Mohammed is an Associate Professor at Lancashire Law School, UCLAN. El Said holds a PhD degree in Law from the University of Manchester, 2005. He worked as a consultant with leading media organisations in the Middle East and for other international organisations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and the World Health Organization (WHO) in the field of intellectual... Read More →


Friday October 16, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
5. Hangeul Museum Auditorium (167 seats) National Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

14:00

Copyright Advocacy: Over the Long Terms: The State of Activism on Too-Long Copyright Terms (And How You Can Join In)

Truly unfettered sharing and reuse shouldn't be limited to cultural works that are almost a century and a half years old , however, bloated copyright terms do just that. Through efforts like The TPP Copyright Trap campaign, EFF and others are pushing back against further term extensions and other threats to the public domain.

Creative Commons has its roots in fighting term extensions: free public licenses were developed directly alongside Lessig's Supreme Court challenge of the Copyright Term Extension Act. While the case was ultimately unsuccessful,the battle over copyright term length is far from over—in fact, it's heating up. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) threatens to increase term length in six new countries, longer terms have already hit the books in countries like Canada and Jamaica, and we're approaching the end of the 20-year U.S. public domain dead zone created by the last extension. In this talk, we'll discuss these threats and more, and explain how EFF and other activists have fought to defend the public domain. 


Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
4. National Museum of Korea Lecture Room (100 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

14:00

Showcases of Sharing Culture 2
  • CC-licensed music collaboration project by and for people with physical disabilities
  • Mania DB, an independent open music database project in Korea
  • Open GLAM, National Library of Korea
  • Open data policies, CIO of Seoul City 
  • Free Music Week - Jorge Gabriel Jimenez
  • Overview of Luxi OER Camp from 2013-2015 - (presenter TBD)

Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
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

14:00

Showcases of Sharing Culture 3
  • Free Music Communities in Uruguay - Salvador Garcia

  • How do we scale OER? - Matt McGregor

  • Global Voices and CC - Mohamed ElGohary

  • Helping authors who write to be read -- Michael Wolfe

  • Introducing Embedr.eu - Maarten Zeinstra

  • New Palmyra and Free Souls 2 - Christopher Adams
  • CC0 and copyright relinquishment - Andres Guadamuz


Moderators
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Platforms and Partnerships, Creative Commons
Jane leads CC's work with platforms, helping to create easy, clear, and enjoyable ways for users to contribute to the commons. She has eight years of organizational experience in open education, communications, fundraising, and community building. As a founding volunteer of the Peer 2 Peer University, she has designed and taught a variety of online courses from creative writing to Creative Commons for educators. She has a BA in Philosophy and... Read More →

Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
7. Hangeul Museum Lecture Room 2 6 fl. Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:00

Break
Friday October 16, 2015 15:00 - 15:30
1. National Museum of Korea Main Foyer National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:30

CC Licensing the Sum of All Knowledge: Community and Legal Considerations for Wikipedia and Platforms

In the past few years, we have seen some big picture changes in the role of free licenses on the internet. A growing number of platforms have thriving communities that are empowered to share and remix content using the Creative Commons licenses. Wikipedia, as a large platform with CC content, provides valuable insights into the importance of free licensing. The Wikimedia community has used CC licenses for encyclopedia articles, incorporating free and public domain images, video, sound, and other media.

Part 1 - 35 min
We will cover importance of CC for Wikimedia. We will discuss which licenses are used on Wikimedia projects (and how often), the advantages of of free licenses for Wikipedia contributors and users, and some lessons from hosting a large repository of CC content. We will then discuss issues and considerations for upgrading Wikipedia from BY-SA 3.0 to 4.0.

Part 2 - 40 min
Many, if not most, websites have legal terms of service that create potential conflicts with CC licensing. This workshop will cover the most common pitfalls and work through possible solutions. We will discuss the interoperability problems found deep within the legal fine print of many websites. We will discuss practical use cases where these issues pose a real world problem for users. We will pick a typical question from potential reusers, and examine how best to answer it. The hope is that we walk away with a better understanding of how to handle these issues more efficiently across platforms.

If we have time, we will also discuss 4.0 upgrade considerations for platforms beyond Wikipedia.

Moderators
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Platforms and Partnerships, Creative Commons
Jane leads CC's work with platforms, helping to create easy, clear, and enjoyable ways for users to contribute to the commons. She has eight years of organizational experience in open education, communications, fundraising, and community building. As a founding volunteer of the Peer 2 Peer University, she has designed and taught a variety of online courses from creative writing to Creative Commons for educators. She has a BA in Philosophy and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Baden Appleyard

Baden Appleyard

National Director, AusGOAL
I am a Barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland and Barrister of the High Court of Australia. I am also the National Programme Director for the Australian Governments' Open Access and Licensing (AusGOAL) Programme. AusGOAL is the Australian Governments' programme for opening access to publicly funded information for re-use by the community.
avatar for Stephen LaPorte

Stephen LaPorte

Legal Counsel, Wikimedia Foundation
I'm an open source and data visualization enthusiast.
avatar for Sarah Pearson

Sarah Pearson

Senior Counsel, Creative Commons


Friday October 16, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
5. Hangeul Museum Auditorium (167 seats) National Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:30

OER Project Showcase
1. Designing and testing a open policy toolkit for schools and educators (30 min)
  • Let's do open education! Testing a toolkit for schools and educators - Kamil Sliwowski, Alek Tarkowski

 

2. OER Showcase (35 min - 10 min / each)
  • Using Creative Commons Licenses for OER Development and Adoption: Scope, Opportunities and Challenges for Developing Nation - Mostafa Azad Kamal (?)
  • Open Educational Resources in the Arab World: The Case of Lebanon - George Abdelnour, Dr Fawzi Baroud
  • Carina State School - A Creative Commons Community - Baden Appleyard

 

3. School of Open Showcase and Transition - Simeon Oriko (15 min)
  • The School of Open program is being transitioned from Creative Commons HQ to the community. This session will celebrate the past successes of the School of Open Program by showcasing the most impactful projects. This session will also focus on developing new strategies and models for the programs' future.

Moderators
avatar for Cable Green

Cable Green

Director of Open Education, Creative Commons
Cable is an "Open Education & Policy" guy. Cable works with the global open education community to leverage open licensing, OER, open policies, and open pedagogy to significantly improve access to quality, affordable, education and research resources so everyone in the world can attain all the education they desire.

Speakers
avatar for Baden Appleyard

Baden Appleyard

National Director, AusGOAL
I am a Barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland and Barrister of the High Court of Australia. I am also the National Programme Director for the Australian Governments' Open Access and Licensing (AusGOAL) Programme. AusGOAL is the Australian Governments' programme for opening access to publicly funded information for re-use by the community.
avatar for Simeon Oriko

Simeon Oriko

Executive Director, Jamlab
Simeon Oriko is the Executive Director of Jamlab, a co-creation community for high school graduates in Africa. | Simeon has proactively worked in the open movement locally and globally for the past 7 years in the areas of Open Education, Open Licensing, Open Data and Web Literacy.
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

Director, Centrum Cyfrowe / Communia
Director of the Centre, Alek manages projects for a reform of laws and public policies (policy). Co-founder and coordinator of the Creative Commons Poland, he also acts as the European Policy Fellow for the American organization Creative Commons, which leads the project "OER Policies for Europe". Co-founder and now also vice-chairman of the Coalition for Open Education. Actively involved in Communia, the European... Read More →


Friday October 16, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
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

15:30

Open Access: Developing tools, practices, and stories in support of OA publishing
In celebration of Open Access Week, this panel will explore ways to facilitate, enable and support open access publishing. This session will focus on recent developments and opportunities in the OA ecosystem, the development of new tools by Creative Commons and others that will enhance the ability of authors to retain and regain their publication rights, text and data mining in an OA world, and using an Open Access Button to connect researchers to research.

Speakers
TM

Thomas Margoni

Lecturer/Assistant Professor, School of Law - University of Stirling, UK
I teach IP at the School of Law, Stirling University in the UK and I do research in the fields of copyright, designs, patents, trademarks and other related areas, especially in Open Access and Open Science projects. OpenMinTeD (openminted.eu) is a project dedicated to Text and Data Mining where I coordinate the legal working group. Open Design is another project where I worked on some of the legal issues related to digital fabrication.
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead all things legal at CC, including CC's legal affairs and policies, and development of our licenses and public domain tools. I'm presently focused on developing legal tools to help creators publish works as open access, and creating a new or revised public domain mark that gives the public more information about copyright status of works.
avatar for Georgina Taylor

Georgina Taylor

Co-Lead, Open Access Button
I am a junior doctor and public health student in Darwin, Australia. I co-lead the Open Access Button and advocate for Open Access and Open Education.
avatar for Michael Wolfe

Michael Wolfe

Authors Alliance


Friday October 16, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
4. National Museum of Korea Lecture Room (100 seats) National Museum of Korea, 137, Seobinggo-ro (168-6, Yongsan-dong 6-ga), Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

15:30

Unpacking an Activist Toolbox: EFF's Tools and Tips for Effective Copyright Advocacy
This is a hands-on activism training and strategy session for CC Affiliates. We'll explain the (mostly free software!) tools we use to engage in copyright activism, and unpack some hard-earned lessons on crafting effective campaigns.

We will discuss how to design issue-specific campaigns to engage with audiences beyond the core group of interested activists. For EFF and Creative Commons, this means taking copyright issues and the related freedom of speech, censorship, and privacy concerns to people who don't think they care about what a license is. We will unpack EFF's activism toolbox and talk through our techniques for amplifying our campaigns, including messaging and branding, social media tips, ways to identify political targets, and building international coalitions. We will use our project "The TPP Copyright Trap" as a case study to talk through our approach.

Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 15:30 - 16:50
6. Hangeul Museum Lecture Room 1 Hangeul Museum 139, Seoubinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Korea

17:00

Ecological Internet Keynote - Kilnam Chon
Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 17:00 - 17:20
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

17:20

Open Internet Issues Panel
Speakers
avatar for Yochai Benkler

Yochai Benkler

Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School


Friday October 16, 2015 17:20 - 18:00
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

20:00

CC Party
19-7, Seongdong-gu, Seongsu-dong 2(i)-ga, Seoul, South Korea

Speakers

Friday October 16, 2015 20:00 - 22:00
SAI 19-7, Seongdong-gu, Seongsu-dong 2(i)-ga, Seoul, South Korea
 
Saturday, October 17
 

10:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks
Speakers

Saturday October 17, 2015 10:00 - 10:20
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

10:20

Keynote - Julia Reda
Speakers

Saturday October 17, 2015 10:20 - 11:00
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

11:20

CC Affiliates Policies Hands-On
Speakers

Saturday October 17, 2015 11:20 - 12:40
Hongik Univ Art Center Lecture Room 2 (40 seats) 6 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

11:20

Creative Commons and the Future of Design: The 3D and Hardware Commons

1. Introductions and framing

2. The 3D Commons and CC Licensing (Mahmoud Abu-Wardeh)

  • Description: The spread of 3D fabrication technologies has opened up many possibilities but also introduced a lot of ambiguity when it comes to CC licensing. More awareness of the degree of applicability of copyright in fabrication technologies that utilise digital data for design transmission and storage (e.g. 3D printing) in terms of: developing best practice for use of Creative Commons licenses for the distribution of information related to 3D fabrication technologies.

3. BY-3D? Attribution Challenges with 3D Printed Objects (Michael Weinberg)

  • CC licensed 3D printable objects are proliferating, but they raise a challenging question: what's the proper way to give attribution to their creator? Many 3D printable object files are being distributed with CC licenses.  Setting aside questions of copyrightability, many of those files and objects are clearly protected by copyright.  However, giving proper attribution to creators of real world objects can be a challenge.  Unless attribution is integrated into the design, there is not a logical, consistent way to give creator attribution.  Placards and labels can work in gallery and conference contexts, but is it reasonable to expect someone to hang an attribution card from a bracelet or earring?  This workshop will explore community and creator expectations with the goal of developing best practice for good faith printers. Will result in: Movement towards best practices for people who want to 3D print CC licensed objects.

4. A Peek Into Open Hardware: Motivations, Licensing and Ecosystem (Tomoaki Watanabe)

  • This presentation discusses open hardware, in terms of motivations of various stakeholders, including business models of commercial players, what others can (and should be able to) do with open hardware, and eco-system surrounding such hardware. The presentation is based on case studies and discussions with potential and existing open hardware businesses. Based on answers to key questions about open hardware (identified in the abstract), implications for Creative Commons Licenses and overall cohesiveness of openness movements are drawn. Will result in: Networking with similarly-interested people, possibly leading to future collaboration; Provoking interest in open source hardware as another emerging frontier on open source hardware, and mission and position of Creative Commons licenses

5. How Will CC Shape the Future of Design? (Q&A and panel discussion with all speakers)




Speakers
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Platforms and Partnerships, Creative Commons
Jane leads CC's work with platforms, helping to create easy, clear, and enjoyable ways for users to contribute to the commons. She has eight years of organizational experience in open education, communications, fundraising, and community building. As a founding volunteer of the Peer 2 Peer University, she has designed and taught a variety of online courses from creative writing to Creative Commons for educators. She has a BA in Philosophy and... Read More →
avatar for Michael Weinberg

Michael Weinberg

Intellectual Property and General Counsel, Shapeways
I do lots of work around 3D printing and intellectual property and am also the Board Chair for the Open Source Hardware Association.


Saturday October 17, 2015 11:20 - 12:40
Hongik Univ Art Center Lecture Room 1 (40 seats) 6 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

11:20

Jump-starting commons advocacy and copyright reform

Agenda:

11:00 - 11:10a

Introduction (Timothy)

  • Describe the goals of the session: Getting more affiliates involved in shared advocacy efforts around copyright reform, supporting the public domain, and adoption of open licensing policies.

  • Exploring possibility of joining or creating regional working groups or coalitions around shared reform efforts.  

  • Restate baseline coming out of Buenos Aires

  • Describe what has happened since then (high level)

11:10 - 11:40a

Sharing of activities and strategies

  • EU & Communia (Paul/Alek)

  • TPP (Maira/Tomo/Claudio)

  • Australia (Delia/Jessica)?

  • South Africa (Tobias/Kelsey)?

  • U.S. (Meredith/Mike/Timothy/Cable)?

11:40 - 12:20p

Moderated discussion (Paul/Timothy)

  • What should be the role of the CC community in shaping the copyright rules of the future? We have a policy statement, we have work activities related to it, but we don’t have a coherent strategy or issue platform per se.

  • What is our criteria for action? What are the collective “rules of engagement”?

  • What key issues are on the immediate policy and advocacy horizon, including threats to and opportunities for the commons?

  • How have groups supported each other on various issues and campaigns, even beyond the immediate participants in the room?

  • What partnerships do we want to cultivate with orgs and individuals wishing to work on policy and copyright reform issues, both from existing CC affiliate teams and new groups who might become affiliates (e.g., Communia, Wikimedia Public Policy, Mozilla, OpenMedia?

12:20 - 12:30p

Wrapping up and next steps

Speakers
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

Director, Kennisland
Paul Keller co-director of of Kennisland, an Amsterdam based think-tank focussed on innovation in the knowledge economy. Paul advises public sector institution on copyright policy issues and he is public project lead for Creative Commons in the Netherlands. He also serves as Collecting Societies Liaison for Creative Commons International, where he has been instrumental in negotiating cooperations between Creative Commons and various collective... Read More →
avatar for Claudio Ruiz

Claudio Ruiz

Executive Director, ONG Derechos Digitales
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

Director, Centrum Cyfrowe / Communia
Director of the Centre, Alek manages projects for a reform of laws and public policies (policy). Co-founder and coordinator of the Creative Commons Poland, he also acts as the European Policy Fellow for the American organization Creative Commons, which leads the project "OER Policies for Europe". Co-founder and now also vice-chairman of the Coalition for Open Education. Actively involved in Communia, the European... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Vollmer

Timothy Vollmer

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


Saturday October 17, 2015 11:20 - 12:40
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

12:40

Lunch & World Cafe
Saturday October 17, 2015 12:40 - 13:40
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

13:40

The Vibrant and Social Commons: Designing for User Engagement

From Flickr to Vimeo to the Internet Archive, more platforms exist than ever before for creators to share their works and users to find them. But what happens beyond the upload and license stage? And after the download or right-click-save-as stage? Why are people using these platforms, how are they using them, and with whom are they engaging?

Current design of the commons doesn't drive community, collaboration or gratitude. How can we design interaction on platforms to create a more vibrant, usable, and collaborative commons? How can we help users get from “I would like to host my work somewhere” to “I would like to share my work with the commons community”?

Join us in this workshop where we will frame the problem, share stories of user engagement, and begin designing solutions to offer CC users a better sense of community and connectedness to the grander Creative Commons vision. 


Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Platforms and Partnerships, Creative Commons
Jane leads CC's work with platforms, helping to create easy, clear, and enjoyable ways for users to contribute to the commons. She has eight years of organizational experience in open education, communications, fundraising, and community building. As a founding volunteer of the Peer 2 Peer University, she has designed and taught a variety of online courses from creative writing to Creative Commons for educators. She has a BA in Philosophy and... Read More →


Saturday October 17, 2015 13:40 - 15:00
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

13:40

Rights Statements, the Public Domain Mark, and Blockchain: Extending the CC infrastructure
1. Rightsstatements.org: Developing a standard for GLAM institutions to communicate reuse rights
2. A proposal for updating the Public Domain Mark to allow use for works not in the worldwide public domain. This discussion will focus on the opportunity and challenges for enabling the marking of these hybrid works using CC's PDM, currently recommended for use with very old works, and look at some possibilities for enabling this functionality if pursued.
3. Blockchain and Creative Commons 

Speakers
avatar for Constance Choi

Constance Choi

Founder, Seven Advisory
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

Director, Kennisland
Paul Keller co-director of of Kennisland, an Amsterdam based think-tank focussed on innovation in the knowledge economy. Paul advises public sector institution on copyright policy issues and he is public project lead for Creative Commons in the Netherlands. He also serves as Collecting Societies Liaison for Creative Commons International, where he has been instrumental in negotiating cooperations between Creative Commons and various collective... Read More →
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead all things legal at CC, including CC's legal affairs and policies, and development of our licenses and public domain tools. I'm presently focused on developing legal tools to help creators publish works as open access, and creating a new or revised public domain mark that gives the public more information about copyright status of works.


Saturday October 17, 2015 13:40 - 15:00
Hongik Univ Art Center Lecture Room 2 (40 seats) 6 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

13:40

Open Licensing Education and Advocacy - Tools and Tactics for Communicating with Decisionmakers
Many CC affiliates and allied organizations work to convince decisionmakers at governments and institutions about the benefits and value of open licensing. This workshop would be an opportunity for attendees doing that work to report back what worked and what didn't, as well as a first step in increasing the sharing of education and advocacy materials.

In different contexts the effective arguments for open licensing and the successful rhetorical tools can differ. In this session, we hope to work with attendees to survey how different paths to convincing decisionmakers are effective in different contexts. From program specific benefits to economic arguments, building a library of materials and approaches is key to building on national and institutional successes around the globe. In contrast to other sessions, this workshop would not be cataloging implemented polices, but rather looking at what resources were created to do advocacy work, and how those different approaches were successfully or unsuccessfully tailored to specific advocacy or education campaigns.

Speakers
avatar for Meredith Jacob

Meredith Jacob

Ass't Dir, Creative Commons USA and Prog. on Information Justice & Intellectual Property
I'm interested in copyright, fair use, open access and open education. | @meredithjacob


Saturday October 17, 2015 13:40 - 15:00
Hongik Univ Art Center Lecture Room 1 (40 seats) 6 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

15:00

Break
Saturday October 17, 2015 15:00 - 15:30
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

15:30

Affiliates 2.0 - CC as a true network organisation followup discussion
Speakers
avatar for Paul Keller

Paul Keller

Director, Kennisland
Paul Keller co-director of of Kennisland, an Amsterdam based think-tank focussed on innovation in the knowledge economy. Paul advises public sector institution on copyright policy issues and he is public project lead for Creative Commons in the Netherlands. He also serves as Collecting Societies Liaison for Creative Commons International, where he has been instrumental in negotiating cooperations between Creative Commons and various collective... Read More →
avatar for Alek Tarkowski

Alek Tarkowski

Director, Centrum Cyfrowe / Communia
Director of the Centre, Alek manages projects for a reform of laws and public policies (policy). Co-founder and coordinator of the Creative Commons Poland, he also acts as the European Policy Fellow for the American organization Creative Commons, which leads the project "OER Policies for Europe". Co-founder and now also vice-chairman of the Coalition for Open Education. Actively involved in Communia, the European... Read More →


Saturday October 17, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

15:30

Open Hardware and Design: Solutions for Licensing Rights Beyond Copyright and Open Hardware Certification

This session will explore licensing solutions beyond copyright in the context of open hardware and design. Topics include:

  • CC + and its usefulness for expanding the utility of the CC license suite and CC0
  • extending CC licences and CC0 to ensure design rights in products such as 3D printed items are covered
  • a proposal for licensing patents alongside copyright: the Patent License Universal Grant (PLUG) license
  • certifying open hardware: accomplishments, lessons learned, and what's next


Speakers
TM

Thomas Margoni

Lecturer/Assistant Professor, School of Law - University of Stirling, UK
I teach IP at the School of Law, Stirling University in the UK and I do research in the fields of copyright, designs, patents, trademarks and other related areas, especially in Open Access and Open Science projects. OpenMinTeD (openminted.eu) is a project dedicated to Text and Data Mining where I coordinate the legal working group. Open Design is another project where I worked on some of the legal issues related to digital fabrication.
avatar for Diane Peters

Diane Peters

General Counsel, Creative Commons
I lead all things legal at CC, including CC's legal affairs and policies, and development of our licenses and public domain tools. I'm presently focused on developing legal tools to help creators publish works as open access, and creating a new or revised public domain mark that gives the public more information about copyright status of works.
avatar for McCoy Smith

McCoy Smith

IP Attorney, Intel Corporation
I handle all IP matters for Intel’s Software & Services Group, chair Intel’s Open Source Legal Practice Group, and am a former co-chair for the Open Source Committee for the Intellectual Property Owner’s Association (IPO). I am a U.S. patent lawyer, practiced patent prosecution and patent litigation in private practice, have taught patent bar review courses for aspiring patent lawyers, and was (before becoming a lawyer) a patent examiner... Read More →
avatar for Michael Weinberg

Michael Weinberg

Intellectual Property and General Counsel, Shapeways
I do lots of work around 3D printing and intellectual property and am also the Board Chair for the Open Source Hardware Association.


Saturday October 17, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
Hongik Univ Art Center Lecture Room 2 (40 seats) 6 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

17:00

Closing Keynote

Saturday October 17, 2015 17:00 - 17:30
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

17:30

Wrap-up Summary
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Merkley

Ryan Merkley

CEO, Creative Commons
Ryan Merkley is a national leader in public policy, open government, and digital communications. He is the incoming Chief Executive Officer of Creative Commons, the global nonprofit that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Ryan was Chief Operating Officer of the Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit parent of the Mozilla Corporation, creator of the world’s most recognizable open-source software... Read More →


Saturday October 17, 2015 17:30 - 17:40
Content Korea Lab Conference Room (150 seats) 10 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea