About this workshop
Introductory workshop in the context of which participants become acquainted with: (a) intellectual property rights, (b) open content licenses, and (c) Rights Statements. In addition, they learn to distinguish digital commons from social media, as well as from digital piracy.
|Language||Greek or English|
What you will learn
- What is intellectual property, and which are the basic terms of intellectual property law.
- What are the Creative Commons licenses, and which are their basic terms.
- What are the Public Domain tools, and which are their basic terms.
- What and which are the Rights Statements.
- What are open access and open (cultural) content, and do they mean “no copyright”.
- What is the difference of the cultural content found on cultural heritage platforms from that found on social media.
- What is the difference of the cultural content found on cultural heritage platforms from that found on pirate libraries or databases.
- How to cite open content when reusing it.
- How to license and cite your original or derivative cultural works under a Creative Commons license.
All those (ages 18+) who want to learn how to retain, reuse, revise, remix and redistribute cultural works in any format, respectively and without violating any rights.
Basic computer and internet skills. Basic knowledge of English language.
Participants will have to use their own laptops.