Day 1 Skill areas
- Understanding Open
- Theory and history of Open
- the values + philosophy underlying
- history of open movements (collected data and done simple timeline in polish done by volunteers, can easily translate to eng.)
- what does an ideally open world look like?
- what are the threats to openness?
- what should the proper limits be to openness?
- is the law open or closed?
- understand open/closed system theory (idea we did in pl for OER movement: pyramid of openness: copyright (analog and DRM) > openaccess > licensed with limitations (NC, ND) > free cultural works definition compatible, OER) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Piramida_otwartosci.svg
- how is a system closed and not open?
- how to recognize the limitations of closed systems
- how to manage/participate in an open system
- how to manage quality in an open systemhttp://pad.p2pu.org/p/school_of_open_skills_map
- the role of control in openness
- Practical Application
- the value of open for me
- in what ways the things i do are already open
- what does open mean?
- what is the commons?
- who is the "public"?
- knowing the spectrum of open
- what is the public domain? (nation-states)
- how to differentiate openness and transparency
- comparing and contrasting an open versus closed system
- cultural limitations to openness
- CC license basics
- What can you do with a CC license
- How to interpret a CC license
- What are the elements of a CC license
- Choosing an open license
- What is the best license for __?
- How to license different kinds of media / works
- Other non CC licenses
- How to build in the open
- Finding open content
- How to find CC licensed content
- how to recognize a licensed object
- How to find public domainc ontent
- improving access through digitization
- how to find gov't data
- how to take a closed resource and make it open
- how to replace closed tools with open ones
- How to create an open resource in your domain
- Creating a CC licensed work
- Remixing/reusing a CC licensed work
- How to create a CC licensed video from beginning to end
- How to remix differently licensed content
- How to attribute a CC licensed object
- What is the difference between attribution and citation
- How to implement CC licensing in your web platform/site
- How to start an open project
- What is an open alternative to your project?
- How to build an open tool
- open vs. closed hardware
- how API's fit into the open world
- CC and the commercial sector
- how to make cash-money on open content
- how do content industries work
- how do collecting societies work
- how are rights coverned by contracts
- Managing rights
- what is protected by copyright
- when am I breaking the law
- what are the exceptions and limitations to copyright
- history of copyright
- what does it mean to hold the copyright in a work (who controls open content)
- how to control my privacy
- how to know what I'm sharing
- how do I retain control of my individual rights
- hot to manage individual rights
- respecting rights of individuals in an open environment
- How to practice open
- which open tools to build for what and when?
- how to browse the web openly?
- Open Advocacy
- how to advocate for open policy
- how to convince a policymaker
- how to tell an "open" story
- how to convince others to share their work
- what opportunities does sharing create
- how to explain the difference between open and closed to others
- how to assess whether or not a policy supports/facilitates openness
- what is open education/OER?
- Open Software
- what is F/LOSS
- Open data
- what is open data
- how is licensing for data different than other content
- Open Science
- what is open science?
- how to recognize an open scientist/researcher?
- Open Cultur(al Heritage)
- what is free/open culture
- how to make archive/cultural heritage works available
- Open government
- what is open government?
- Open Access
- what is open access
- knowing the difference between free access and open
- understanding differences between open access policies (gold, green, etc.)
- Open Governance/Processes (Transparency)
Notes from Day 2:
= Openness (framework) =
The stuff you use
The stuff you make
The stuff you do
= Why Open Web Browsing? (exercise) =
- Provide feedback with acknowlegment
- what they do with private data
- standards/protocols they use - anyone can improve
- access to development/feedback
- control over individual rights
- make it what you want
- access to future versions
= Open verbiage =
(loosely organized into groups)
Notes from Day 3:
Practices map (link to picture)