Summary of SESH #9: From Copyright to Creative Commons
SEAMEO SPAFA held its SPAFA SESH (number 9 in the series) on 16 December 2020. Titled ‘From Copyright to Creative Commons‘, it featured a conversation with Teerin Charoenpot, Intellectual Property lawyer, and Susannah Tantemsapya, Founder and Executive Director of Creative Migration and Bangkok 1899 with extensive experience in content creation.
The 1hr 45-minute discussion shared basic and general information on Copyright and Creative Commons licensing that helped viewers understand Copyright considerations, and to better manage creative resources in practice. The panelists shared their knowledge on how to determine and use copyrighted materials, as well as learn to allow use of their creative work under Creative Commons licences. Key talking points included what and who are protected by Copyright, the “fair use” exceptions, and how to use Creative Commons-licensed materials. In addition, the conversation also touched on the benefits of sharing resources with the wider community, and in appreciating the issues that can enhance the development and innovation of knowledge and creativity.
Viewers also participated in posting comments and questions, many concerning free and open sharing of OERs (open educational resources) – teaching, learning, and research materials that allow free use, adaptation, and distribution – which represent an essential part of SEAMEO’s commitment to support the region’s learning communities.
- Creative Commons Homepage
- Creative Commons Content Search Page
- Creative Commons License Chooser Tool
- Creative Commons Frequently Asked Questions
Museum Open Content for Educational Purposes
- Cleveland Museum of Art Open Access (ancient Southeast Asian artworks)
- Smithsonian Open Access (Freer Sackler Gallery of Asian Art)
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- The Getty Open Content Search Gateway
- Biodiversity Heritage Library
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art
- The Rijksmuseum Netherlands
- Museum of New Zealand – Te Papa Tongarewa
- Paris Museums Open Content Collection
- Belvedere Museum Vienna Open Content
- National Gallery of Denmark Open Access
If you watched the SPAFA SESH “From Copyright to Creative Commons”, please complete the questionnaire (approximately 5 minutes) to help us improve future SPAFA SESHes: https://bit.ly/Evaluation-Form-SPAFA-SESH9-Copyright-CreativeCommons
From Copyright to Creative Commons
Date: 16 December 2020
Time: 9:00 AM (BKK time)
Online Platform: Facebook Live https://www.facebook.com/seameo.spafa/ and on *Zoom *(Please register at: https://bit.ly/SPAFASESH_CopyrightCreativeCommons_RegForm)
Can you use Internet images for your presentations? How do you share your work with the wider community to increase creativity? Want to know more about the basics of Copyright and using Creative Commons licensing to help you? Join us in our ‘From Copyright to Creative Commons‘ SESH on 16 December 2020 at 09:00 hours Bangkok Time for a conversation with Teerin Charoenpot, Susannah Tantemsapya, Linh Anh Moreau and Ean Lee.
Teerin Chareonpot is an Intellectual Property lawyer whose experience includes more than 20 years working with leading law firms and the government sector as well as an advisor for several start-up companies. Susannah Tantemsapya is working towards changing lives for the better through art and culture; she is the Founder & Executive Director of Creative Migration and Bangkok 1899, which advances cultural diplomacy through art, public engagement and sustainability, with a particular interest in art that addresses the Climate Crisis. Susannah has been using the CC for over a decade, and believes in protecting the rights of content creators. Linh Anh Moreau and Ean Lee will be the SEAMEO SPAFA co-hosts of the session.