Gino Cingolani Trucco (@ginocingolani)
So, what are the toolkits?
- A brief kit of useful content
- Targeted for specific working areas
- On & off line
- Made by the CC community
OK, so... what are the Toolkits?
Basically a storytelling machine to start
talking to anyone about why using CC is great!
Basics of Creative Commons
What is CC and what are the CC licenses?
Get basic info to share the importance of CC with others.
Why does CC matter in education? See how CC helps expand access and improve the quality of education around the world.
Why does CC matter in government? See how CC helps improve transparency, efficiency, and innovation through open policy.
Why does CC matter in creative industries? See how CC enhances creative collaboration.
Why does CC matter in science? See how CC licenses go beyond access and help us advance our understanding of the world.
Culture & GLAM
Why does CC matter in the GLAM sector? See how CC helps us preserve, build upon, and share the world’s cultural heritage.
ANATOMY OF THE IDEAL TOOLKIT
Find the best content out there about CC being used on your field of work, curate it, discuss it with the CC community and share it!
VIDEOS - GRAPHICS - NARRATIVE - FAQ - AUDIOS
What about if there´s no content available on my field?
Let´s create it!
How did we built them?
- Creation of working groups (Roots: #CCSummit2013)
- Planning as if they were software sprint development iterations
- Development/Design/Content/Translation hackathons hosted in different cities
Design &Dev Hackathon
(Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Other events (no pics :/ )
- Let´s talk about CC (Lagos,Nigeria)
- CCToolkits Government CCThon (Asunción, Paraguay)
- Education Toolkits (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- This one! [No pics yet ;)]
CCTOOLKITS SITE (BETA)
Running on Wordpress
Code on GitHub
Let´s take a ride!
THE BEST PART?
The party´s still on!
Creative Industries & Science Toolkits teams needed
Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com for more details
Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Network designed by Hyeji Michelle Jun from the Noun Project
Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) World designed by Juan Pablo Bravo from the Noun Project
Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Institution designed by Ian Mawle from the Noun Project
Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Light Bulb designed by Ian Mawle from the Noun Project
This presentation is under a Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0)
CC TOOLKITS @ WIKIMANIA 2014
By Gino Cingolani Trucco