The Creative Commons v.3.0 Greece licenses as Free Culture applications for the promotion of Open Educational Resources

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One of the many Marinos Papadopoulos' presentation to mEducator project members. Marinos Papadopoulos provided legal advisory upon Copyright & Openness issues to project members (14 EU academic institutions [Schools of Medicine of EU-Members’ Universities] and academic research private entities) for the implementation of the m-Educator project focusing on Multi-type Content Repurposing and Sharing online in Medical Education | Providing legal services—consulting on Intellectual Property & Information Technology issues—to all project members from all EU countries of the m-Educator project. See mEducator at http://www.meducator.net/

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The Creative Commons v.3.0 Greece licenses as Free Culture applications for the promotion of Open Educational Resources

  1. 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 & Marinos Papadopoulos Attorney-at-Law J.D., M.Sc., Legal Lead Creative Commons Greece Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  2. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  3. 3. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  4. 4. Creative Commons Corporation 2001: Creative Commons Corp. in Mass., USA, 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  5. 5. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  6. 6. Creative Commons as tools for Open Educational Resources CC: the most notable tools in the arsenal of legal means considered as implementation resources capable 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  7. 7. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  8. 8. The 6 Creative Commons v.3.0 licenses Attribution Attribution + Share-Alike Attribution + Non-Derivatives Attribution + Non-Commercial Attribution + Non-Commercial + NonDerivatives Attribution + Non-Commercial + Share-Alike Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  9. 9. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  10. 10. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  11. 11. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  12. 12. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  13. 13. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  14. 14. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  15. 15. Examples of OER using CC: PLoS Medical literature freely available under CC licenses Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  16. 16. Examples of OER using CC: BioMed Central Leading Science, Technology and Medicine publisher which has pioneered the open access publishing Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009
  17. 17. 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 | URL: www.marinos.com.gr Thessaloniki, May 19-20, 2009

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