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Creative commons and wikipedia for cultural institutions, STS Italia

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Iolanda Pensa, Creative Commons and Wikipedia for cultural institutions. The experience of Share Your Knowledge. IV STS Italia National Conference. Internet and new productive paradigms: The STS …

Iolanda Pensa, Creative Commons and Wikipedia for cultural institutions. The experience of Share Your Knowledge. IV STS Italia National Conference. Internet and new productive paradigms: The STS contribution, Rovigo, 23/06/2012.


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  • 1. Creative Commons and Wikipedia for cultural institutions The experience of Share Your KnowledgeIolanda Pensa, Ph.D. - lettera27 Foundation, Scientific director Share Your Knowledge.IV STS Italia National Conference. Internet and new productive paradigms: The STS contribution, Rovigo, 23/06/2012.
  • 2. Sarat Maharaj’s art and knowledge production Tirdad Zolghadr’s approach to art and exhibitions Michel Foucault’s power and knowledge James Clifford’s writing culture Edward Said’s Orientalism Lawrence Lessing’s free culture Frantz Fanon’s colonial violence and weight Rasheed Araeen’s claim to rewrite history V.Y. Mudimbe’s invention of Africa Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak’s strategic essentialismWe need to rewrite history Marc Augé’s non-places Achille Mbembe’s borders Homi K. Bhabha’s location of culture Jean-Loup Amselle’s connections Arjun Appadurai’s cultural dimensions of globalization Saskia Sassen’s global city Yochai Benkler’s networked social production and open collaborationDon Tapscott and Anthony Williams’s Wikinomics Steven Weber’s open source production Maja van der Velden’s contact zone on Wikipedia Mark Graham’s Africa on Wikipedia Mathieu O’Neil’s cyberchiefs Heather Ford’s missing Wikipedians
  • 3. How to rewrite history? How about Wikipedia?
  • 4. Share Your Knowledge lettera27 Foundation - www.lettera27.orgWikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiAfrica/Share_Your_Knowledge
  • 5. Share Your Knowledge WHYhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPWc18LswRM
  • 6. Share Your Knowledge HOWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpYmtRmPdUc
  • 7. DensityDesign Research Lab-INDACO Department Politecnico di Milano, Fondazione Cariplo on Wikipedia in Italian, 09/2011, CC BY-SA.
  • 8. Why not vs. Why Copy-paste Copyright Contracts Trust Contents vs. Brand Creative Commons & Wikipedia What you do vs. Who you are GLAM project Uploads Data analysis Procedure for CC BY-SA What is going onCrowdsourcing? What kind of crowd are talking about? Knowledge Tree structure Critical mass Acknowledgment Encyclopedic contents Participation Visibility Attribution Sources Notability Wikipedian in residence CC BY-SA vs. OTRS Authorship LegitimacyContents vs. People Formalizing informal skills Speaking on behalf of Wikipedia Money Nationalism Authority Born to be a Wikipedian vs. training A new job Geopolitical fallouts Gatekeepers Wikipedia as a new nation Power Nation building (languages, cultural heritage, education)Wikipedia vs. Wikimedia
  • 9. Iolanda Pensa - io@pensa.it - www.iopensa.it

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