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Presentation of speech made by Marinos Papadopoulos in the 3rd Pan-Hellenic Conference with International Participation upon Free / Libre / Open Source Software (March 27-28, 2008); said speech ...

Presentation of speech made by Marinos Papadopoulos in the 3rd Pan-Hellenic Conference with International Participation upon Free / Libre / Open Source Software (March 27-28, 2008); said speech pertains to the Greek version of Creative Commons v.3.0 licenses as Free Culture applications for the promotion of Open Educational Resources.

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  • 1. The Creative Commons v. 3.0 Greece licenses as Free Culture applications for the promotion of Open Educational Resources Dionysia Kallinikou Associate Professor of Law at Athens Law School, University of Athens, Project Lead Creative Commons Greece Marinos Papadopoulos Attorney-at-Law J.D., M.Sc., Legal Lead Creative Commons Greece Theodoros Karounos T.A./Researcher at Network & Optimal Design Laboratory NETMODE, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Project Lead Creative Commons Greece Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 2. The disruptive energies of ICTs & IP networks The future of the learning process lies in seamless access to educational resources most of them available through ICTs and IP networks. As ICTs and IP networks inherently produce and communicate copyrighted material in their normal process of operation, they activate the potential for copyright infringement. We need to encourage the existing copyright legal framework to accommodate the disruptive energies of ICTs & IP networks in a way that promotes access to educational resources. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 3. Copyright law in Greece L.2121/1993 as amended. Section IV of Law 2121/1993 (articles 18 et al.— Limitations on the economic right). In most cases of reproduction of copyrighted material, unless permission is granted by the intellectual property right-holder, you are not allowed to reproduce or communicate copyrighted material. Permission for exercising the right for reproduction of copyrighted material must be granted in writing otherwise it is null and void. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 4. The Creative Commons Main Idea & Vision Main idea: the need to ask copyright owners whether they are willing to agree and give permission in print for their material to be shared through a generic license that acts as permission granted in advance. Vision: a space in the Internet where people could share and reuse copyrighted material without the fear of being sued. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 5. Creative Commons Corporation 2001: Creative Commons Corp. by Lawrence Lessig, Hal Abelson, James Boyle, Michael Carroll, Eric Eldred, Eric Saltzman, Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, Diane Cabell. CC has evolved into a worldwide movement. CC aims to make copyrighted content more easy to use and accessible for use by ensuring that content can be reutilised with a minimum of transactional effort. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 6. The Creative Commons in Greece October 13, 2007: CC v.3.0 GREECE licenses are available through the URL: http://creativecommons.org/international/gr Mirroring in Greek: F.A.Q., works on CC, etc., in Greek through the URL: http://creativecommons.gr CC-GR community in FACEBOOK: Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 7. Creative Commons in Greece Legal Leads: Marinos Papadopoulos & Prodromos Tsiavos Project Leads: Dionysia Kallinikou & Theodoros Karounos Affiliate Institution: Greek Research & Technology Network s.a. From left to right: Dr. Alexios Zavras, Theodoros Karounos (Project Lead CC-GR), Prof. Dionysia Kallinikou (Project Lead CCGR), Prof. Lawrence Lessig, Prof. Panagiotis Tsanakas, (President GRNET s.a.) & Marinos Papadopoulos (Legal Lead, CCGR) Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 8. Creative Commons as tools for Open Educational Resources CC: the most notable tools in the arsenal of legal means seen as implementation resources for pushing ahead the agenda of Open Educational Resources. While “open” means “without cost”, it does not follow that it also means “without conditions”. OER: conditional use of educational resources available in an information commons. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 9. Open Educational Resources UNESCO 2002: the open provision of educational resources in the form of digitized materials, offered freely and openly for educators, students, and selflearners to use and reuse for teaching, learning, and research, which are accessible mainly through ICTs and IP networks and are available for consultation, use and adaptation by a community of users for noncommercial purposes. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 10. Open Educational Resources Learning content: full courses, courseware packs, content modules, collections, journals etc. Tools: software to support the development, use and reuse, delivery of content, searching mechanisms for locating content, learning management systems, content development tools, communities for content aggregation etc. Implementation resources: Creative Commons licenses which promote open publishing of materials, design principles and policies that mandate the provisions upon which content is accessible and available for use, reuse, adaptation etc. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 11. Freedoms freedom to study a work and apply knowledge offered from it. freedom to redistribute copies, in whole or in part, of a work. freedom to make improvements or other changes, i.e. to make adaptations, to the content of a work, and the freedom to release modified copies of it. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 12. The 6 Creative Commons v.3.0 Greece licenses Attribution Attribution + Share-Alike Attribution + Non-Derivatives Attribution + Non-Commercial Attribution + Non-Commercial + NonDerivatives Attribution + Non-Commercial + Share-Alike Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 13. Attribution The user is free: 1. To share, i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit the licensed work 2. To remix, i.e. to adapt the licensed work On condition that the user: Attributes the work in a manner specified by the author or licensor Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 14. Attribution + Share-Alike The user is free: 1. To share, i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit the licensed work 2. To remix, i.e. to adapt the licensed work On condition that the user: Attributes the work in a manner specified by the author or licensor. If he/she alters, transforms, or builds upon the licensed work, he/she distributes the resulting work only under the same, similar or compatible license. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 15. Attribution + Non-Derivatives The user is free: 1. To share, i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit the licensed work On condition that the user: Attributes the work in a manner specified by the author or licensor. Refrains from any remixing of the work, i.e. does not attempt to create any derivative works from the work in the meaning of any effort to alter, transform, or build upon the licensed work. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 16. Attribution + Non-Commercial The user is free: 1. To share, i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit the licensed work 2. To remix, i.e. to adapt the licensed work On condition that the user: Attributes the work in a manner specified by the author or licensor. Refrains from any commercial exploitation of the work, i.e. does not attempt to use the licensed work for any commercial purpose. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 17. Attribution + Non-Commercial + Non-Derivatives The user is free: 1. To share, i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit the licensed work On condition that the user: Attributes the work in a manner specified by the author or licensor. Refrains from any commercial exploitation of the work, i.e. does not attempt to use the licensed work for any commercial purpose. Refrains from any remixing of the work, i.e. does not attempt to create any derivative works from the work in the meaning of any effort to alter, transform, or build upon the licensed work. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 18. Attribution + Non-Commercial + Share-Alike The user is free: 1. To share, i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit the licensed work 2. To remix, i.e. to adapt the licensed work On condition that the user: Attributes the work in a manner specified by the author or licensor. Refrains from any commercial exploitation of the work, i.e. does not attempt to use the licensed work for any commercial purpose. If he/she alters, transforms, or builds upon the licensed work, he/she distributes the resulting work only under the same, similar or compatible license. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 19. Recommendations for the development of Open Educational Resources in Greece 1. Each institution should develop and publish its policy on open access, clearly declaring its objectives and interests in providing materials by this means. a. Guidance on the development of institutional open access policies, outlining different models of open access and providing means for determining and reviewing the categories of materials which are to be made available by open access and the scope of open access which is to be afforded, in terms of classes of persons who are to be allowed access and the external rights granted to access and reuse of the materials. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 20. Recommendations for the development of Open Educational Resources in Greece b. c. d. Examples of model institutional open access policies accompanied by explanatory statements of each open access policy. Guidance on matters to be considered when formally allocating responsibility to an appropriate office within the institution’s governance structure, in order to ensure appropriate ongoing administration of the open access policy. Guidance on the operation of copyright and contract in structuring an open access system. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 21. Recommendations for the development of Open Educational Resources in Greece 2. 3. Identify the various stakeholders and their respective roles, describe the legal relationships among them, and understand how copyright interests are allocated among them and how the Creative Commons licenses can serve such an allocation. Address conjointly and make decisions about the following factors for the sustainability of Open Educational Resources projects: Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 22. Recommendations for the development of Open Educational Resources in Greece a. b. c. d. e. f. The size, structure, and degree of centralization of the organization which will implement an Open Educational Resources project. The types of resources it will offer and the media formats in which these resources will be shared. The types of the end user reuse that are most likely to help the project meet its goals. Incentives for engaging as many participants as possible. Ways to reduce costs while still meeting the Open Educational Resources goals. Choose among the many available funding models the one which is most likely to result in levels of funding sufficient to allow the Open Educational Resources project to survive. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 23. Examples of OER using CC: PLoS Medical literature freely available under CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 24. Examples of OER using CC: Online Opinion Leading Australian journal for social & political debate using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 25. Examples of OER using CC: ARCO Repository of radio tracks, images etc using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 26. Examples of OER using CC: OYEZ Recorded oral arguments and bench statements in the Supreme Court of the U.S.A. using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 27. Examples of OER using CC: OPSOUND Record Label & repository of music using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 28. Examples of OER using CC: Flickr Repository of photos & videos using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 29. Examples of OER using CC: Four Docs Repository of 4-min. documnetaries by Channel 4 TV using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 30. Examples of OER using CC: BBC C.A. BBC Creative Archive is a repository of video-clips of BBC programs using CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 31. Examples of OER using CC: Microsoft Corp. MS copyright licensing tool (Add-in application) that enables the attachment of CC licenses to works created in MS Office applications. Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr
  • 32. The Creative Commons v. 3.0 Greece licenses as Free Culture applications for the promotion of Open Educational Resources Thank you! The presentation is available through the Bulletin Βoard of the URL: www.marinos.com.gr E: marinos@marinos.com.gr Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Theodoros Karounos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr