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REBOOTING JOURNALISM
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Friday, September 15 • 16:00 - 18:00
How to use Creative Commons licenses: from searching to releasing content

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This workshop will introduce the basic concepts of copyright in order to explain how the CC licenses work. I will provide the basic set of CC licenses and then explain how to search for free content released under a CC license, how to attribute properly that content, as well as how to release our own content. While for searching content is important to have Internet access, I'll have some extra slides with me in case the Internet goes down.

Speakers
avatar for Evelin Heidel

Evelin Heidel

Digitalization, DIY Book Scanner Project, Cinema Museum
I'm passionate about opening cultural heritage, bookscanning, fostering access and public domain tools. I like to help people and communities to put forward digitalization projects and to help them understand how copyright impacts on their daily work. I was also part of of the St... Read More →


Friday September 15, 2017 16:00 - 18:00
Sala de las Columnas Konex - Sarmiento 3131
  • timeSuggested 42976
  • skillsAndBackground Intellectual property is also a complex issue but it can be tackled in a general purpose talk such as this one.
  • skillsAndBackgroundLevel Low
  • suggestedProfile All of them
  • requirements 1. projector for the slides; 2. board (any type of board or flipchart will do the work + something to write over it)
  • expectedOutcome The expected outcome of the workshop is to provide general knowledge over open licensing schemes for releasing content, so it should be embedded as a concept / as a tool when releasing content.
  • Have you been in the Buenos Aire no
  • Do you participate in any commun yes
  • Tell us which is the community t Creative Commons, DIY Book Scanner
  • creator name Marina Neto
  • creator email journalism.mneto@protonmail.com

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