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Presentation at the National Library of Australia on 8 April 2010. http://www.nla.gov.au/news/story.php?id=306

Presentation at the National Library of Australia on 8 April 2010. http://www.nla.gov.au/news/story.php?id=306

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    • [[edit]] this GLAM Liam Wyatt, 8 April 2009 NLA, Canberra
    • Artichoke.
    • Links to: http://www.nypl.org/audiovideo/menus-cookbooks
    • Gnangarra - CC-by http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:GLAM_friday_gnangarra_06.JPG Recommendations: wikimedia.org.au/glam
    • GLAM-WIKI legal recommendations: Pro-actively publish the copyright status of specific content in the online collection rather than blanket access statements for the whole collection. Remove the policy that requires users to ask permission for use of public domain content. Remove "clickwrap" and contracts which place copyright-like restrictions on public domain content. Evaluate the relevance to the institution's mission of business models based on enforced scarcity of access.
    • “Free” • the freedom to use the work and enjoy the benefits of using it • the freedom to study the work and to apply knowledge acquired from it • the freedom to make and redistribute copies, in whole or in part, of the information or expression • the freedom to make changes and improvements, and to distribute derivative works http://freedomdefined.org/
    • “Free” • the freedom to use the work and enjoy the benefits of using it • the freedom to study the work and to apply knowledge acquired from it • the freedom to make and redistribute copies, in whole or in part, of the information or expression • the freedom to make changes and improvements, and to distribute derivative works http://freedomdefined.org/
    • “Free x2” not for profit, volunteer created, available to use, and re-use. Imagine if you never had to deal with CAL or Viscopy again! Gratis Libre
    • If you love something, set it free.
    • Art + Copyright = Nate.erlin - CC-by-NC-ND http://www.flickr.com/photos/nateerlin/520085236/
    • • Freedom of Panorama • Terms of use • Cultural rights • Commercial license • Donor restrictions • Attribution • Photography policy • TPMs/DRMs • International • Fair Use copyright terms • Copyright in scans Control of Museum Art Images: The Reach and Limits of Copyright and Licensing Melissa Brown, Kenneth Crews - Columbia University http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1542070
    • ç
    • Kanko* - CC-by http://www.flickr.com/photos/kankan/21592456/ Bonus points: Is a painting in a frame a 2D or 3D artwork for the purposes of ?
    • The legal arguments are just that. What about the moral argument?
    • If you love something, set it free.
    • Seznam členů posádky Bounty (cz) or Lázadás a Bountyn (hu) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:Nla.ms-ms5393-2-s1.jpg
    • The BM & me http://www.wittylama.com/2010/03/ the-british-museum-and-me/ Andrew Dunn - CC-by-SA http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:British_Museum_Great_Court_roof.jpg
    • “[The British Museum is] one of the broadest-ranging cultural collections in the world. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, is the most consulted and largest compendium of knowledge ever compiled. By harnessing the expertise of the British Museum and the reach of Wikipedia, this project aims to bring mutual benefit to both organisations.” - @matthewcock
    • GLAM-WIKI education recommendations: • Investigate ways of supporting Wikimedians who work on the institution's subject matter in a similar way to the institution's existing volunteer community. • Create a Wikiproject about the institution's subject matter and/or invite local Wikimedians to tour the collection in a "backstage pass tour" and collaborate with staff. • Create a rotating position of "Wikimedian in residence" to allow tertiary students to gain experience in the professional sector and to have their Wikipedia efforts recognised. • Create Wikimedia accounts for on-staff experts (or the institution itself) listing their specialities to enable Wikimedia editors to obtain professional advice/feedback when improving relevant topics. • Include Wikimedia in reporting metrics for outreach/access.
    • Quantitative & qualitative
    • In any given month, the BM’s website reaches 700k+ people. In the same period WP’s articles related to the BM (in English) receive 400k+ views.
    • Articles related to public art in Indianapolis, Indiana were seen 16k times in March 2010. Up from 2k in October last year.
    • We’re doing the same thing, for the same reason, for the same people, in the same medium. Let’s do it together.
    • Peace, Love & Metadata liamwyatt@gmail.com [[user:witty lama]] www.wittylama.com/blog