Creative Commons and Wikipedia

Session 7: Creative Commons and Wikipedia

Thursday 18 June

Working in the digital domain, it is easy to make copies and for these to be shared. The Creative Commons provides a framework which can be used for licensing the way digitised heritage is used. Wikipedia uses creative commons licensing to provides a global repository of knowledge. We will look at the advantages and methods of connecting heritage into this repository.

4.00pm: The Creative Commons, Public Domain and Intellectual Property

5.00pm: Wikipedia, wiki medias and wiki commons

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