Organization of CC jurisdictional projects: Overview, comparisons, challenges, etc.

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Introductory slides for the session "Organization of CC jurisdictional projects: Overview, comparisons, challenges, etc.", in "Commons Crossroads: Defining the Roadmap for CC in Asia & the Pacific", Manila, Philippines, 2009-02. (http://www.cc-asiapacific.net/)

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Organization of CC jurisdictional projects: Overview, comparisons, challenges, etc.

  1. 1. Organization of CC jurisdictional projects: Overview, comparisons, challenges, etc. Commons Crossroads: Defining the roadmap for CC in Asia & the Pacific 2009-02-04&05 Manila, Philippines Tyng-Ruey Chuang Except for quoted texts and images, this work is released under the Creative Commons “Attribution-No Derivative Works 2.5 Taiwan” License.
  2. 2. Purpose of Session • To reflect on the state of CC jurisdiction projects in Asia and the Pacific • To learn from one another, so as to better face common challenges • To make recommendations to CC HQ on the direction of the collaboration and partnership
  3. 3. • An overview of your jurisdiction project – Structure, human resource, funding, etc. • Focuses of your jurisdiction project – Such as license porting, outreach, communicating best practices, advocating changes to social/legal norms, etc. • Issues and challenges – What issues have you been facing? What challenges do you foresee? • What do you see in 3 years about your jurisdiction project?
  4. 4. A Small Exercise: Using CC Taiwan as an Example
  5. 5. • CC Taiwan has been hosted in the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica. – Supports from Academia Sinica: Space, funding, and legality (e.g., MOU & grants) . – New host: Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica. • Focuses of CC Taiwan: License porting, outreach, best practices (especially for government agency and program). • Issues: “Social services” in a research institute; limited on progressive actions; project organization itself.

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