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Popularization of open heritage resources by content curation

Popularization of open heritage resources by content curation

Kamil Śliwowski, CC BY 4.0

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Kamil Śliwowski

April 19, 2016
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  1. Kamil Śliwowski, @kasliwowski Polish Coaltion for Open Education / Creative

    Commons Polska / otwartezasoby.pl Popularization of open heritage resources by content curation
  2. Open Educational Resources are not enough even in formal education

    Scientific results of the New Zealand Government Trawling Expedition, 1907, Public domain, Biodiversity Heritage Library
  3. Have You ever paid for public domain just because you

    didn’t know it was available for free elsewhere? Polish open textbook platform http://www.epodreczniki.pl
  4. Viridarium Novum, Public domain, Libraries of the University of Strasbourg

    Or maybe You tried to find that best flower illustration that’s not a photo and is free to remix?
  5. Europeana collections http://europeana.eu/

  6. Polish national digital library http://polona.pl/

  7. Europeana and DPLA Rights Statements http://rightsstatements.org Cultural institutions can provide

    high quality open materials but they are difficult to find, often also re-use
  8. Fot. Mrperesononline, lic. CC BY 2.0 And those resources are

    essential for media, information and art literacy
  9. So? How to help teachers discover those materials and GLAM

    institutions to promote their collections?
  10. Rijks Studio https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio Refocus for visual style to acquire new

    visitors/fans/costumers
  11. NYPL Public Domain Collections http://publicdomain.nypl.org/ Facilitate the way to remix

    the collection
  12. Discarding Images www.discardingimages.tumblr.com Bloggers as content curators

  13. Sztuczene Fiołki, based on George Grosz „Marriage” (Public domain), Free

    Art License Social media as content curators
  14. British Library/Interenet Archive, public domain Lessons learned?

  15. Specific content curation for education with copyright/search help Otwarte Zasoby

    blog/OER database for teachers http://otwartezasoby.pl/
  16. Even great curators need to be better. Open Culutre http://www.openculture.com/

  17. Campaigns to promote public domain and its re-use potential

  18. CC Zero Open policies in cultural institutions to help facilitate

    the re-use for advacned/commercial users.
  19. Thank you! @kasliwowski kamil@creativecommons.pl