[OpenGLAM] Google Hangout: Open Licensing: What It Is, Why Do It
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Thu Feb 26 15:22:57 UTC 2015
Google Hangout: Open Licensing: What It Is, Why Do It
Thursday, March 5
2-3 p.m. (ET)
A Google+ Hangouts Event
Interested in how you can open up your collections for the public good? In this one-hour roundtable discussion via Google+ Hangout, a panel of experts will explore the variety of ways that cultural institutions such as galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs) can apply open licensing to their collections, as well as how this type of licensing benefits both institutions and their audiences.
The conversation will also introduce attendees to open licensing models and will articulate the potential benefits and challenges for implementing open licensing at institutions of all sizes. Digital strategist Michael Edson of the Smithsonian Institution and the Open Knowledge Foundation will moderate the discussion.
How Will I Benefit
By participating in this program, attendees will be better able to:
* Explore "open licensing" as a concept in current GLAM practice, including its benefits and challenges for serving missions and audiences
* Be familiar with the range of ways open licensing can be implemented and the kinds of resources required for implementation
* Begin or continue steps towards enabling open licensing for their institution's collections or aspects of their collections
* Build a professional network for pursuing open licensing
Who Should Attend
Collection managers, curators, technologists and any GLAM staff wanting to familiarize themselves with the topic of open licensing in the field and/or interested in exploring the potential of open licensing for their institution.
* Michael Edson (@mpedson<http://twitter.com/mpedson>), digital strategist and open content advocate, Smithsonian Institution, Council on Library and Information Resources, Open Knowledge Foundation
* Peter Dueker (@peterdueker<http://twitter.com/peterdueker>), head of digital imaging services, National Gallery of Art
* Rob Lancefield (@roblancefield<http://twitter.com/roblancefield>), manager of museum information services, Davison Art
Center, Wesleyan University
* Diane Peters (@peterspdx<http://twitter.com/peterspdx>), general counsel, Creative Commons
* Sarah Stierch (@Sarah_Stierch<http://twitter.com/Sarah_Stierch>), museumist
Free Registration and Login
This program is free to AAM members and non-members, but pre-registration is encouraged<http://go.nmc.org/aamopenregister>.
This event will be broadcast at go.nmc.org/AAMOpenLogin<http://go.nmc.org/AAMOpenLogin>.
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