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Friday, April 13 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Open Bazaar

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Please join us at the Open Bazaar, where you can visit the tables of each of the following 26 projects and initiatives that are lighting up the Commons! See the attached PDF for detailed descriptions. While at the Open Bazaar, you can also check out Summit exhibitors.

  1. The Fortepan Concept: Visualizing History and Building Community in the Creative Commons
    András Török, Fortepan (Hungary); Bettina Fabos, Fortepan Iowa

  2. Frankensteining Open, or Collecting parts to build a complex educational movement
    Rosie Liljenquist, Southern Utah University

  3. Leveraging Open Education Resources to Drive Affordability and Engagement with Intellus Learning
    Dave Trygar, Intellus Learning

  4. Internet Research Hub
    Sam Burton, Mozilla Foundation; Amira Dhalla, Mozilla Foundation; Jairus Khan, Mozilla Foundation

  5. Creative Commons Licenses: A Catalyst for OER Adoption, Course Redesign and Authoring of OER
    Karen L.  Pikula, Minnesota State OER Faculty Development Coordinator

  6. Open Educational Resources (OER) in African French spoken countries. Case study of Bejaia University in Algeria
    Kamel Belhamel

  7. The Creative Commons and Climate Change
    Matthew Rimmer, QUT

  8. Unearthing GLAM Collaborations in India
    Tanveer Hasan

  9. Community Activities Fund: Its Impact and its Future
    Simeon Oriko, Creative Commons

  10. Data Harvesting for Farmlabs.cc!
    Andreé Rocha

  11. Building community networks for local open education projects: an institutional approach funding OEP
    Adrian Stagg, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

  12. Building CC projects and open-source cataloguing in community libraries
    Kathleen Azali, PERIN+1S - C2O

  13. Lessons Learned from Writing our own OER Textbook
    Dave Ghidiu, Finger Lakes Community College

  14. Cross Modal, Cross Cultural, Cross Lingual, Cross Domain, and Cross Site Global OER Network
    Davor Orlic

  15. Open education, Open Publishing and the Value of Access
    Jessica Stevens, Creative Commons Australia

  16. Adopting the Creative Commons Approach in Academic Publishing in the Developing World
    Aleck Ncube

  17. Open source DIY didactic building blocks for an open education: play, teach and learn STEAM
    Fernando Daguanno, Founder of Alquimétricos

  18. "Tools to engage" & "Lets play CC. Workshop in H5P"
    Peter Leth, Educational Advisor, CC Denmark; Rikke Falkenberg, Learning consultant

  19. Easily Finding CC-licensed Instructional Materials with updated MERLOT.org
    Leslie Kennedy, California State University, Chancellor’s Office

  20. Practices of Sovereignty and Self-determination: Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels and Collaborative Curation Models
    Jane Anderson, New York University; Kim Christen, Washington State University; James Francis, Penobscot Nation

  21. Learning Internet Governance with open materials - lessons from the Amazon and the world
    Lia Hernandez Perez and Renata Aquino Ribeiro

  22. A New Standard in Open Textbooks: H2O
    Brett Johnson & Casey Gruppioni, Harvard Library Innovation Lab

  23. Maps, Metadata, Modularity, and Other Keys to Preparing Open Content for Digital Curriculum Projects
    Shivi Chandra, Learning Equality

  24. Chapter Websites for CC Global Network Members
    Robin Puga, Affinity Bridge; Eric Steuer, Creative Commons

  25. State of Open Licenses – Forging a Path Ahead in the Open Licensing Jungle
    Sander van der Wall

  26. Large Scientific Collaborations: Open Source+Access+Data are the best for Education+Outreach: The ATLAS case
    Arturo Sánchez, ATLAS Collaboration @CERN

  27. Opening Museum Collections to Inspire Creation (Saturday only)
    Michael Weinberg, Shapeways



Friday April 13, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
SoCo Ballroom "A+B+C" 3rd floor, Delta Toronto Hotel, 75 Lower Simcoe St, Toronto ON

Attendees (76)