Difference between revisions of "Submissions:2014/Open Access Panel"

From WikiConference North America
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "<!-- Simply provide information about your submission below and save the page. --> ;Title of the submission: Open Access Panel ;Themes (Submissions#Proposal Themes|Proposa...")
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
<!-- Simply provide information about your submission below and save the page. -->
 
<!-- Simply provide information about your submission below and save the page. -->
;Title of the submission: Open Access Panel
+
;Title of the submission: Lightning Talks
  
 
;Themes ([[Submissions#Proposal Themes|Proposal Themes]] - Community, Tech, Outreach, GLAM, Education): Community, Tech  
 
;Themes ([[Submissions#Proposal Themes|Proposal Themes]] - Community, Tech, Outreach, GLAM, Education): Community, Tech  
  
;Type of submission ([[Submissions#Presentation Types|Presentation Types]] - Panel, Workshop, Presentation, etc): Panel
+
;Type of submission ([[Submissions#Presentation Types|Presentation Types]] - Panel, Workshop, Presentation, etc): Lightning Talks
  
 
;Author of the submission: Jen Baek
 
;Author of the submission: Jen Baek
Line 19: Line 19:
  
 
Panelists:  
 
Panelists:  
* '''Jadine Lannon''': ''Whose to Use? And Use As They Choose? Creative Commons Licenses in Wikipedia and Scholarly Publishing.'' - What are the current intersections between OA and Wikimedia, and why they are relevant to one another; what Wikimedians have been doing to increase the use of OA materials; why, despite the ideological and practical linkages between the OA and Wikimedia movements, it has been difficult to deepen the intersections between the two; and what strategies and initiatives Wikimedians and OA activists could pursue to build stronger and more profound linkages between Wikimedia and OA in the future.
+
* '''Jadine Lannon''':  
 +
 
 +
''Whose to Use? And Use As They Choose? Creative Commons Licenses in Wikipedia and Scholarly Publishing.'' - What are the current intersections between OA and Wikimedia, and why they are relevant to one another; what Wikimedians have been doing to increase the use of OA materials; why, despite the ideological and practical linkages between the OA and Wikimedia movements, it has been difficult to deepen the intersections between the two; and what strategies and initiatives Wikimedians and OA activists could pursue to build stronger and more profound linkages between Wikimedia and OA in the future.
  
 
* Nick Shockey -
 
* Nick Shockey -
  
  
* Jill Cirasella -
+
* Jill Cirasella - Jill Cirasella, Associate Professor
 +
Associate Librarian for Public Services and Scholarly Communication,
 +
The Graduate Center, CUNY.
  
 +
''What Scholarly Publishing Can Learn about Openness from Wikipedia'' Focus on licensing, the CC-BY license and Creative Commons licensing.
  
 
* David Carroll -
 
* David Carroll -

Revision as of 00:53, 30 May 2014

Title of the submission
Lightning Talks
Themes (Proposal Themes - Community, Tech, Outreach, GLAM, Education)
Community, Tech
Type of submission (Presentation Types - Panel, Workshop, Presentation, etc)
Lightning Talks
Author of the submission
Jen Baek
E-mail address
baek01@gmail.com
Username
User:jihyunb
US state or country of origin
NYC
Affiliation, if any (organization, company etc.)
Wikimedia NYC
Abstract (at least 300 words to describe your proposal)

Panelists:

  • Jadine Lannon:

Whose to Use? And Use As They Choose? Creative Commons Licenses in Wikipedia and Scholarly Publishing. - What are the current intersections between OA and Wikimedia, and why they are relevant to one another; what Wikimedians have been doing to increase the use of OA materials; why, despite the ideological and practical linkages between the OA and Wikimedia movements, it has been difficult to deepen the intersections between the two; and what strategies and initiatives Wikimedians and OA activists could pursue to build stronger and more profound linkages between Wikimedia and OA in the future.

  • Nick Shockey -


  • Jill Cirasella - Jill Cirasella, Associate Professor

Associate Librarian for Public Services and Scholarly Communication, The Graduate Center, CUNY.

What Scholarly Publishing Can Learn about Openness from Wikipedia Focus on licensing, the CC-BY license and Creative Commons licensing.

  • David Carroll -


Length of presentation/talk (see Presentation Types for lengths of different presentation types)
75 Minutes
Will you attend WikiConference USA if your submission is not accepted?
YES
Slides or further information (optional)
Special request as to time of presentations


Interested attendees

If you are interested in attending this session, please sign with your username below. This will help reviewers to decide which sessions are of high interest. Sign with four tildes. (~~~~).

  1. Add your username here.