Global Summit, Buenos Aires AR (2013)


CC Toolkits



Billy Meinke / Project Assistant, Creative Commons
Teresa Sempere Garcia / Community Support Intern

this presentation @ http://bit.ly/summittoolkits

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Coordination


  • Billy - CC HQ Education
  • Teresa - CC Community Support Intern

+Working Groups in short sprints
(more on that later)

Why toolkits?




We can spread the word quickly now.

Let's build some things together.

What are the toolkits?


  • Brief, digestable, relevant information packs
  • Targeting areas of opportunity for open
  • On the web, downloadable, open file formats
  • #CCBY
  • Made by Communities

Explain how CC Helps us share

High Level

Attractive, digestible, relatable



Great content exists

(if you can find it)


A Toolkit


Images  |  Video  |  Text  |  Audio


Find the best content that speaks to the questions we wish to answer.  Gather a list, discuss, raise the most useful content to the top.  That's what we're doing in this workshop.
 
Put the content in the template and share

The Community


Expertise in many domains, across a range of contexts

  • Survey of affiliate groups > priority areas

education  |  science  |  government  |  creative industries


    Using Open Content


    • Use existing content, practice in curation and remixing
    • Create new content where needed, round out the basics

    And sprint to build it.

    WHere?

    Regional groups and distributed experts.

    These kits are for top-level domains.
    (and barriers we all face)

    If we can't find a minimum number of commonalities or themes, we've got problems.

    WHat SPrint Projects can be funded?

    Development Sprint
    -
    5-7 Content (subject area) Sprints
    -
    + Translation Hackathons w/ SooHyun

    Contact us via the form with your interest, and we will connect the interested folks.

    Is it going to be hard?

    (yep)

    IS IT GOING TO BE PERFECT?

    no. (this is why we iterate)

    Are sprints your cup of tea?

    maybe. why not find out right now?

    How (tech)

    • Wordpress Site cctoolkits.wordpress.com
    • Google Group (mailing list)
    • Etherpad (brainstorming/structuring)
    • Dropbox / Drive (file sharing)

    WOrking Groups

    Use this form to send us your interest and contact information.  
    • Working Group for each subject area (5+)
    • Lead (1)
    • Members (5-7)


    Timeline

    • 1 complete toolkit (w/translations) due in October (2013)
    • 4 more toolkits due in April (2014)


    Sprints/hackathons at global events October -February

    Translation efforts on-going, also through sprints
    http://wiki.creativecommons.org/CC_Translation_Sprint

    Plus Right Now


    We have a pretty nice Working Group in the room with us.
    (it's you)


    THIS WORKSHOP


             

    If nothing more, we'll have a corpus.

    3 Steps today




    Brainstorming  | Organizing  /  Content Sourcing |  Threading

                                                      

    Questions to answer

    (brainstorming)

    • Why is CC beneficial to society as a whole? (narr.)
    • What are the key concepts? 5
    • What are the most common questions people have? 10
    • Who might we use as a case study? 3

    Content to Gather


    What media can we use to help explain it?


    • 3 videos (<2mins)
    • 3 slideshow presentations (<10 slides)
    • 3 (fresh) case study profiles
    • 3 print-ready documents (2 page max)

    +Simple, easy text summaries.

    Brainstorming

    Let's break into groups, if needed


    Organizing & Content SOurcing

    Let's find and grab the good stuff.


    Threading it together

    Let's put it on the web.


    Wrapping it up

    • Questions?
    • Concerns?

    To be involved, please submit your information in the form.


    billy.meinke@creativecommons.org

    Attributions

    • Sprint Cycle - by Jamie Bristol  http://thenounproject.com/noun/sprint-cycle/#icon-No11513
    • Flame - by Nadav Barkan http://thenounproject.com/noun/flame/#icon-No2318
    • Share - by wayne25uk http://thenounproject.com/noun/share/#icon-No7584
    • Big Idea - (no artist) http://thenounproject.com/noun/share/#icon-No13680
    • 3D Glasses - by NDSTR http://thenounproject.com/noun/3d-glasses/#icon-No1280
    • Search - by Igor Culcea http://thenounproject.com/noun/search/#icon-No14173
    • Gift - by Stefan Parnarov http://thenounproject.com/noun/gift/#icon-No19558
    • Bar Graph - by Marc Orro http://thenounproject.com/noun/bar-graph/#icon-No15354
    • Brainstorm - by Björn Andersson http://thenounproject.com/noun/brainstorm/#icon-No15232
    • Email  - by Martha Ormiston http://thenounproject.com/noun/email/#icon-No15543
    • Network - by JerryWang http://thenounproject.com/noun/network/#icon-No10391
    (continues on next slide)

    Attributions (cont)

  • Sprint Cycle - by Jamie Bristol  http://thenounproject.com/noun/sprint-cycle/#icon-No11513
  • Calendar - by Edward Boatman http://thenounproject.com/noun/calendar/#icon-No404
  • Group - by Baabullah Hasan http://thenounproject.com/noun/group/#icon-No12225
  • Write - by Lemon Liu http://thenounproject.com/noun/write/#icon-No21211
  • Conversation - by João Miranda http://thenounproject.com/noun/conversation/#icon-No7649
  • Scissors - by Edward Boatman http://thenounproject.com/noun/scissors/#icon-No178
  • Thread - by Paulo Volkova http://thenounproject.com/noun/thread/#icon-No3979
  • Film Reel - by Elves Sousa http://thenounproject.com/noun/film-reel/#icon-No16945
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    More cool nouns from various artists on thenounproject.com

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