Submissions:2014/Open Access Panel
- 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
- US state or country of origin
- Affiliation, if any (organization, company etc.)
- Wikimedia NYC
- Abstract (at least 300 words to describe your proposal)
- 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?
- Slides or further information (optional)
- Special request as to time of presentations
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