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Communia response to Science 2.0 consultation

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Today the European Commission concluded a consultation on ‘Science 2.0’: Science in Transition. The objective of the consultation is “to better understand the full societal potential of ‘Science 2.0′ as well as the desirability of any possible policy action.” Science 2.0 is defined as the “on-going evolution in the modus operandi of doing research and organising […]

Διαγωνισμός cc μουσικών

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Κάθε χρόνο, οι φίλοι μας στο Musikpiraten e.V. φιλοξενούν το δωρεάν! Μουσικό! Διαγωνισμό για να βρει την καλύτερη μουσική του έτους που διατίθεται με άδεια Creative Commons.      “Με την ψηφοφορία του κοινού θέλουμε να επιτύχουμε δύο πράγματα», εξηγεί ο Christian Hufgard, πρόεδρος της Musikpiraten. “Από τη μία πλευρά, η επιλογή των τραγουδιών στο CD να τοποθετούνται σε ευρύτερη βάση. Continue Reading

Art Is

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Definitions (and similar) of art from Twitter via the Streaming API. Very much inspired by “We Feel Fine“. Code in the Streaming Aesthetics repos (see previous post).

開放設計與創用CC授權的匯合

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創用CC授權是目前流通的最普遍的公眾授權方式之一,透過簡單的條件組合,作品的作者及利用人可以快速的判斷授權條件,使得分享與再次利用更為簡便。 利用創用CC授權分享開放設計,有利於品牌知名度的提升、潛在市場的開發,也能刺激出更多元歧異的創意思考方式;再者,能讓擁有不同生活經驗的人們在沒有法律顧忌的情況下共同參與設計,不僅開發新的在地材質,也能完成真正客製化的產品;更重要的是,可以避免能改善社會生活現況的設計因為申請專利或著作權糾紛而延緩推出。 以下,就分別就六種授權方式的意涵和採用的案例做簡單介紹。 2014-09-28T14:45:02Z dkoooh

「リミックス映画祭2014」に協賛

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8月に行われた「リミックス映画祭2014」に、我々も参加しました。 映画祭では、いずれもCCライセンス紹介内容含む3本の海外の映画を上映し、福井建策弁護士とKAZUHIRO ABO(音楽家)さんによる著作権と二次利用などについてのディスカッションが行われました。 イベント詳細は、こちらをご覧ください。 イベント名: リミックス映画祭2014 - 著作権は誰のミカタ ?! 日時:2014/8/2 Sat 16:00 - 21:00 場所: Uplink Factory 渋谷 主催: 5th-element.jp 参加者数: 約60名(含む関係者、招待者)

Streaming Aesthetics CLI 2

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Running counts of art-related terms and names from Twitter’s firehose Streaming API displayed in an (oversized) command-line console. Code here (in the streaming_aesthetics_cli directory)): https://gitorious.org/robmyers/streaming-aesthetics/ https://github.com/robmyers/streaming-aesthetics/

Spuštěny nové a aktualizované webové stránky CC CZ

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Dnes byly do testovacího provozu uvedeny nové internetové stránky Creative Commons Česká republika, které snad již nepůsobí dojmem webové prezentace z minulého tisíciletí. Texty budou průběžně aktualizovány a doplňovány.

Streaming Aesthetics CLI

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Running totals of various terms matched in Twitter via the streaming API. A cultural analytics/telemetry dashboard. Kinda.

President Obama Commits to Promote Open Educational Resources

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This week, President Obama spoke at the United Nations Open Government Partnership, where he described his Administration's efforts to "open up government data to fuel entrepreneurship and economic growth, modernize our Freedom of Information Act with input from experts, and harness American ingenuity to solve important problems." During his speech he made a new commitment to "promote open educational resources to help teachers and students everywhere."

Obama highlights open education in U.S. Open Government Partnership National Action Plan

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Yesterday at the United Nations, President Barack Obama marked the Open Government Partnership‘s (OGP) third anniversary by announcing that in addition to the commitments outlined in the current U.S. OGP National Action Plan, “The United States will take additional steps to make our government more open, transparent, and accessible for all Americans.” Among the multiple new […]

拼 貼 電 影──當紙膠帶遇上電影

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如果想重新呈現自己心中喜歡的電影角色、場景或海報, 你想過用紙膠帶和色紙將其拼貼出來嗎? 來自台中的拼貼藝術家──吳芊頤老師, 利用色塊和解碼,運用紙膠帶及其他素材, 進行名為「5100微型百貨」的視覺魔術。 不論是誠品Eslite Cafe咖啡店的點心、Lady Gaga專輯封面、或各式各樣的生活用品, 都在老師發揮巧思解構重組後產生了新的視覺體驗! 10月18日週六下午, 我們邀請到吳芊頤老師來帶領大家以「電影」為拼貼主題, 運用紙膠帶和色紙,並發揮大家的想像力, 重新呈現你們心中經典的電影映象。 歡迎來到摩茲工寮,和我們一起來拼貼電影吧! 2014-09-25T08:09:39Z vilyak

Obama highlights open education in U.S. Open Government Partnership National Action Plan

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Yesterday at the United Nations, President Barack Obama marked the Open Government Partnership‘s (OGP) third anniversary by announcing that in addition to the commitments outlined in the current U.S. OGP National Action Plan, “The United States will take additional steps to make our government more open, transparent, and accessible for all Americans.”

Among the multiple new commitments: “Promote open educational resources, to help teachers and students everywhere.”

The multi-pronged commitment to promote OER is described as the first item in the updated National Action Plan Commitments document (638 KB PDF):

Promote Open Education to Increase Awareness and Engagement

  • Open education is the open sharing of digital learning materials, tools, and practices that ensures free access to and legal adoption of learning resources. There is a growing body of evidence that the use of open education resources improves the quality of teaching and learning, including by accelerating student comprehension and by fostering more opportunities for affordable cross-border and cross-cultural educational experiences. The United States is committed to open education and will:
    • Raise open education awareness and identify new partnerships. The U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Office of Science and Technology Policy will jointly host a workshop on challenges and opportunities in open education internationally with stakeholders from academia, industry, and government. The session will foster collaboration among OGP members and other interested governments and will produce best practices to inform good policies in open education.
    • Pilot new models for using open educational resources to support learning. The State Department will conduct three pilots overseas by December 2015 that use open educational resources to support learning in formal and informal learning contexts. The pilots’ results, including best practices, will be made publicly available for interested educators.
    • Launch an online skills academy. The Department of Labor (DOL), with cooperation from the Department of Education, will award $25 million through competitive grants to launch an online skills academy in 2015 that will offer open online courses of study, using technology to create high-quality, free, or low-cost pathways to degrees, certificates, and other employer-recognized credentials. This academy will help students prepare for in-demand careers. Courses will be free for all to access on an open learning platform, although limited costs may be incurred for students seeking college credit that can be counted toward a degree. Leveraging emerging public and private models, the investments will help students earn credentials online through participating accredited institutions, and expand the open access to curriculum designed to speed the time to credit and completion. The online skills academy will also leverage the burgeoning marketplace of free and open-licensed learning resources, including content developed through DOL’s community college grant program, to ensure that workers can get the education and training they need to advance their careers, particularly in key areas of the economy.

 

Creative Commons licenses put the “open” in OER and we stand ready to work with governments everywhere who wish to update their OGP National Action Plans with commitments to support Open Educational Resources, Open Access, Open Data and Open Policies that require publicly funded resources be openly licensed.

Well done, President Obama!

CC Colombia and School of Open celebrate the Web We Want

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It’s time to celebrate the Web We Want / CC Colombia / CC BY-SA This Friday, School of Open and Creative Commons affiliates in Colombia are throwing a celebration of the Web We Want that will highlight open licensing, copyright reform, and free culture. The event takes place as part of the Creative Commons Film […]

CC Colombia and School of Open celebrate the Web We Want

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It’s time to celebrate the Web We Want / CC Colombia / CC BY-SA

This Friday, School of Open and Creative Commons affiliates in Colombia are throwing a celebration of the Web We Want that will highlight open licensing, copyright reform, and free culture. The event takes place as part of the Creative Commons Film Festival in Bogotá. Its purpose is three-fold:

      1) To launch a campaign to promote fair use in copyright reform that is pending Colombia. This campaign is named, Liberen la cultura or Let’s set culture free.

      2) To support the Colombian biologist Diego Gómez, who is facing a criminal case against him for copyright infringement. This campaign is named #CompartirNoEsDelito or #sharingisnotacrime.

      3) To promote live music, books, magazines and films under CC licenses.

As part of both campaigns, affiliates will hold a Licenciatón, a day of awareness, learning and practice for open licensing and its relationship to free culture. This activity incorporates portions of the School of Open course, ABC del derecho de autor para bibliotecarios de América Latina (ABC of Copyright for Librarians in Latin America). Promotional material about the course will also be shared.

Colombian volunteer Maria Juliana says,

We are pleased to announce that as part of the Creative Commons Film Festival, the program will include a Celebration of the Internet, a space that seeks to unite all of us who are interested in an open web where we can contribute and share content freely — a space to celebrate the Web We Want!

We will be celebrating with our friends “Radio Pachone” and our special guests will be: “La Real Academia del Sonido” and “Radio Mixticius”.

The celebration takes place thanks to “A Year of Action” campaign of Web We Want, this campaign convocated organizations around the world to generate actions to celebrate 25 years of the web; we are one of the organizations which benefited.

Event details

Date: Friday, September 26, 2014
Time: 4pm-11pm (Bogotá, Colombia time)
Location: The Raid (Calle 17 No. 2-51 La Candelaria, Bogotá.) Free entrance.

Learn more about the event and its partners at http://karisma.org.co/?p=4609.

About the School of Open

The School of Open is a global community of volunteers focused on providing free education opportunities on the meaning, application, and impact of “openness” in the digital age and its benefit to creative endeavors, education, and research. Volunteers develop and run courses, workshops, and real world training programs on topics such as Creative Commons licenses, open educational resources, and sharing creative works. The School of Open is coordinated by Creative Commons and P2PU.

Hewlett Foundation extends CC BY policy to all grantees

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Last week the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced that it is extending its open licensing policy to require that all content (such as reports, videos, white papers) resulting from project grant funds be licensed under the most recent Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license. From the Foundation’s blog post: “We’re making this change because […]

Cztery Strony Bajek

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CC-BY-NC-SA http://czterystronybajek.blogspot.com/ Stowarzyszenie Kolektyw Odrobina Kultury W ramach projektu „Cztery Strony Bajek: wielokulturowa mozaika legend i opowieści” realizowane są krótkie animowane adaptacje bajek: afrykańskiej (ludu Serer), gruzińskiej, romskiej, ukraińskiej, wietnamskiej i żydowskiej. Każda animacja trwa ok. 4 minut i wykonywana jest w 3 wersjach językowych: polskiej, angielskiej oraz oryginalnej. Wszystkie wersje czytane są przez lektorów. Do każdej bajki opracowany […]

Freelearning

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CC-BY-SA http://freelearning.pl/ Freelearning.pl jest platformą darmowej wymiany wiedzy pomiędzy użytkownikami Internetu. Każdy może zamieścić materiały edukacyjne, szkolenia, filmy, udostępniając je nieodpłatnie innym użytkownikom, oraz korzystać z udostępnionych zasobów. Prezentacje, szkolenia i materiały video pogrupowane są w działy tematyczne: kultura i sztuka, nauki ścisłe, informatyka, itd. Zasoby Freelearning zamieszczone są w większości na wolnych licencjach Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0. W założeniu autorów […]

BUUM

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CC-BY  http://www.buum.org Projekt BUUM jest jednym z programów Stowarzyszenia z Siedzibą w Warszawie. Celem BUUM jest przełożenie dawnych gier i zabaw podwórkowych z różnych części Polski na współczesne media. Dawne gry i zabawy w wersji cyfrowej zostaną zorganizowane na internetowej platformie jako oddzielny, trwały produkt, opracowany graficznie przez grupę projektową AZE design. Ponadto, autorzy BUUM prowadzą warsztaty zabaw w różnych regionach Polski. Uczestnicy […]

BazHum

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bazhum.pl  CC-BY-SA BazHum to baza bibliograficzna polskich naukowych czasopism humanistycznych i społecznych. Baza gromadzi metadane bibliograficzne: rejestruje całą zawartość czasopism — od pierwszych numerów do bieżących. Twórcą kolekcji jest Muzeum Historii Polski w Warszawie. Celem projektu jest udostępnianie czasopism także w wersji pełnotekstowej – obecnie przygotowanych jest ponad 170 umów o bezpłatne przekazanie czasopism w wersji elektronicznej, a ich liczba stale […]

Wszechnica

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CC-BY-SA http://wszechnica.org.pl/ Portal Wszechnica prezentuje szeroką tematykę materiałów filmowych i audio (w formacie .mp3),  od ekonomii, po sztukę, historię i dziedzictwo kulturowe. W zbiorach Wszechnicy znaleźć można m.in. cykl wykładów dla maturzystów, cykl spotkań towarzyszących wystawom w Muzeum Narodowym w Warszawie, czy reportaże Fundacji Wspomagania Wsi. Materiały zamieszczane na Wszechnicy są dostępne bezpłatnie dla wszystkich, także do dalszego rozpowszechniania i publicznego […]

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