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All webinars are in English. The recordings are released under CC BY 4.0 on SUPSI institutional webside and on DARIAH-Campus.

The webinars take place online in the room Open Science of BigBlueButton offered by Wikimedia Italia.

Link to the webinar on BigBlueButton - active during the event

Calendar[edit]

Date Title Convenor-s Slides Recording
February 8, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Creative Commons and Open Science for Arts, Design and Music: Session 1 Brigitte Vézina, Creative Commons International
Link to the video on peertube
February 15, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Copyright and Open Access in Switzerland Suzanna Marazza, USI-CCDigitalLaw
Recording not edited
March 8, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Creative Commons and Open Science for Arts, Design and Music: Session 2 Brigitte Vézina, Creative Commons International
Recording not edited
April 5, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Creative Commons and Open Science for Arts, Design and Music: Session 3 Brigitte Vézina, Creative Commons International
Recording not edited
April 19, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET A conversation with ProLitteris Noa Bacchetta, lawyer

Philip Küble, ProLitteris

Recording not edited
April 26, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Introduction to DARIAH/DARIAH-CH Cristina Grisot, DARIAH-CH
Recording not edited
May 3, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Wikidata for Arts and Humanities Daniel Mietchen Recording not edited
31 May, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET Introduction to Data Management Plan: Specifics of Data in the Arts and Humanities Dr Deborah Thorpe, Research Data Steward, University College Cork
Link to the video on peertube not edited
26 June, 2023 18.00–19.00 CET Open Access to cultural heritage: Ethical issues Brigitte Vézina, Creative Commons International
Recording not edited
13 December, 2023 11.00-12.30 CET Open Design: the updatable life of physical artifacts Serena Cangiano, SUPSI, DACD Recording not edited
18 January, 2024 2.00–3.30pm CET OS-ADM and GOAL in conversation with the FNS Tobias Philipp and Regula Graf, FNS
19 January, 2024 2.00–3.30pm CET (Un)limited Options – Open Access and multimedia publications Friederike Kramer (Universität der Künste Berlin) Recording not edited
23 January, 2024 11.00–12.00 CET OS-ADM in conversation with Edizioni Casagrande Fabio Casagrande, Edizioni Casagrande Recording not edited
24 January, 2024 11.00–12.00 CET OS-ADM in conversation with MētisPresses Léa Roché, MētisPresses Recording not edited
25 January, 2024 2.00–3.30pm CET OS-ADM in conversation with Triest Verlag Andrea Wiegelmann, Triest Verlag Recording not edited
14 March, 2024 18.30-19.30 CET Wikidata e la ricerca 2024 (Wikidata and research 2024) Camillo Pellizzari
tbc autumn 2023 Open access and performative arts tbc

Webinars description[edit]

Creative Commons and Open Science for Arts, Design and Music[edit]

Abstract Through this series of three webinars, Creative Commons (CC) aims to help OS-ADM project members develop open licensing expertise and a deeper understanding of recommended practices for better sharing of knowledge and culture, especially cultural heritage. The CC webinars are catered to meet the OS-ADM instructional needs and will provide professional learning opportunities on selected elements of copyright, open licensing in the cultural heritage world, and how to get involved in open movements.
Goals The goals of the webinars are to hold a space for open discussions with project members with the hopes of educating and engaging in dialog on the many different topics under the umbrella theme of open culture. The CC Open Culture program champions better sharing of cultural heritage collections for the benefit of all and promotes the potential of open access to unlock universal access to knowledge and culture, pursuant to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The webinars aim to offer an opportunity to understand CC’s mission, develop knowledge and skills in copyright and open licensing, and gain visibility among a global open culture community that stands for equity, sustainability, access, and better sharing.
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians, students, administrative staff and practitioners
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No previous knowledge needed.
Convenor-s Brigitte Vézina, Creative Commons International
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda Session 1:

– Welcoming remarks, introductions and icebreaker (20 min)
– Session 1 (a) : The Story of Creative Commons and Creative Commons Today (20 min)

  • The Story of Creative Commons: the foundation of Creative Commons, copyright law’s role in the creation of Creative Commons
  • Creative Commons Today
  • Creative Commons as a set of licenses, a movement, and a nonprofit organisation
  • The CC Global Network

Session 1 (b): Copyright Law (20 min)

  • Copyright Basics: basic history of copyright, purpose of copyright, copyright is automatic, general copyright terms, global Aspects of Copyright, copyright laws differ from country to country, major international treaties
  • The Public Domain: what is the public domain, what is the value of the public domain?
  • Exceptions and Limitations to Copyright: what are limitations and exceptions to copyright and why do they exist?, few common exceptions and limitations to copyright

– Session 1 (c): The “open” fields: education, science, culture, data… (20 min)

  • Open education
  • Policy framework
  • OER
  • Open science
  • Policy framework
  • Open climate
  • Open culture
  • Policy framework
  • Contemporary culture
  • Cultural heritage and Open GLAM

– Final remarks and closing (10 min)

Session 2:
– Welcoming remarks, introductions and icebreaker (20 min)
– Session 2 (a): Anatomy of a CC license (30 min)

  • License Design and Terminology
  • What do the different CC icons mean?
  • Three layers of CC licenses
  • License Scope
  • How CC works with copyright
  • Time length of license
  • License Types
  • The CC license suite
  • CC license elements
  • License Enforceability
  • Creative Commons case law
  • Potential benefit of seeking non-legal resolutions to disagreements

– Session 2 (b): Using open content (30 min)

  • Finding and Reusing CC licensed Work
  • Search for and discover CC licensed works
  • Attribution when reusing CC licensed works
  • Remixing CC licensed Work
  • Basics of an adaptation
  • ShareAlike clause
  • NoDerivatives clause
  • License compatibility

– Final remarks and closing (10 min)

Session 3: – Welcoming remarks, introductions and icebreaker (20 min) – Session 3 (a): Using CC licenses and CC licensed works (30 min)

  • Choosing and Applying a CC License
  • Important considerations before applying a CC license or CC0
  • CC’s License Chooser
  • Factors to apply licenses
  • Things to Consider after CC Licensing
  • Changing the license terms
  • Paywalls and CC licensed content
  • Technical format of content
  • Changing your mind about CC licensing

– Session 3(b): Guided personal project (30 min)

  • Create your own work and apply a CC license
  • Conclusions and wrap up

– Final remarks and closing (10 min)

Date and time Session 1: 08.02.2023 at 11.00-12.30 CET

Session 2: 08.03.2023 at 11.00-12.30 CET
Session 3: 05.04.2023 at 11.00-12.30 CET

Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Copyright and Open Access in Switzerland[edit]

Abstract The webinar aims to briefly give an overview of the principles of copyright according to the Swiss Copyright Act with the help of concrete examples, especially what are the conditions for a work to be protected by copyright and related rights, what is the difference between the role of the author and that of the right holder, and which legal licenses, such as private use, educational purposes and quotation, does the law lay down. Moreover, a brief mention on how is the second publication right currently regulated in Switzerland and how can the author publish open access will be provided, after which there will be room for questions.
Goals After the webinar participants should have enough knowledge about copyright to be more aware on how to generally manage copyrights, both when the participant creates a work (s/he is the author) and in case s/he uses someone else’s work.
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians, students, administrative staff and practitioners.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD

Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD

Prerequisite No previous knowledge needed.
Convenors Suzanna Marazza, USI-CCDigitalLaw
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • Welcoming and introduction;
  • What are the conditions for a work (and a photograph) to be protected by copyright and related rights in Switzerland;
  • Who is the Author and who is the Right holder;
  • How is a user allowed to reuse an existing work, according to Swiss legal licenses;
  • How is the second publication right currently regulated in Switzerland and how can an author publish open access;
  • Q&A
Date and time 15.02.2023 at 11.00-12.30 CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

A conversation with ProLitteris[edit]

Abstract After having covered the basics of copyright and Creative Commons licensing in the previous webinars, we now turn our attention to Swiss CMO (Collective right Management Organisations) with a special focus on ProLitteris. Managing the copyright of original works in field of literature, photography and visual arts, ProLitteris is a key stakeholder when dealing with Open Access for Arts, Design and Music.

The webinar is a conversation between Noa Bacchetta, attorney-at-law and lecturer with a focus on law in art and design as well as consultant for the OS-ADM research project, and Philip Kübler, ProLitteris CEO/Director General. The discussion will focus on Open Access with the aim of enquiring about the policies and agenda of ProLitteris on the topic. It is an occasion to clarify doubts and get some 'behind the scenes' of decision making. Speakers will discuss different case studies so as to provide a hands-on approach that might resonate with the audience. Participants are encouraged to send questions in advance (chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch) and to share their thoughts during the webinar.

Goals
  • Clarify ProLitteris' Open Access Policies
  • Answer questions and doubts regarding the function and working principles of ProLitteris
  • Discussion of case studies that provide a hand-on approach to the issues of Open Access
  • Further mutual understanding between ProLitteris (licensors) and the community of researchers, academic staff, librarians and practitioners (licensees) in fields of arts, design and music
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians and practitioners.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Noa Bacchetta, lawyer
Philip Kübler, ProLitteris
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • Introduction of the contributors
  • Conversation and discussion of case studies
  • Q&A with the audience
Date and time 19.04.2023 at 11.00-12.30 CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Introduction to DARIAH/DARIAH-CH[edit]

Abstract The webinar presents the activities, goals, network, services, tools and support infrastructure of the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH ERIC) with a focus on its Swiss branch DARIAH-CH. DARIAH integrates digital arts and humanities research and activities from across Europe, enabling transnational and transdisciplinary approaches. Switzerland has joined DARIAH ERIC as an Observer. Located at the Data and Service Center for the Humanities (DaSCH) – that is the national infrastructure that operates a platform for humanities research data that ensures long-term access – DARIAH-CH coordinates and promotes DARIAH activities in Switzerland thereby furthering the development of research methods in the arts and humanities.
Goals
  • introducing DARIAH and DARIAH-CH
Target audience Researchers, academic staff and librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Cristina Grisot, DARIAH-CH
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • DARIAH and DARIAH-CH: services and benefits
  • Case studies
  • Q&A
Date and time April 26, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Wikidata: Arts and Humanities[edit]

Abstract The webinar is an hands-on introduction to Wikidata with a specific focus on data related to the fields of arts and humanities. Wikidata can be a key research tool for researchers in arts design and music and we will see how to use it at best both as users and producers of data. In other words, we will learn how to find, re-use and share data on the platform.
Goals Learn about Wikidata and discover how to use the platform for your own research data.
Target audience Researchers, academic staff and librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Daniel Mietchen
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • Wikidata (what is it, how does it work)
  • Wikidata for research and researchers
  • How to share references and other documents
  • Arts and humanities on Wikidata
  • Possibile relevant synergies between Wikidata and art and humanities
  • Possible relevant tools
  • Q&A
Date and time 3 May, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Introduction to Data Management Plan: Specifics of Data in the Arts and Humanities[edit]

Abstract Funding bodies (especially EU and national ones) are asking with increasing frequency for accurate data management plan (DMP) when applying for fundings. DMP is thus become a funding requirement: increasingly, keeping a data management plan alongside research projects is becoming a condition of funding by many research funders, such as SNSF or Horizon Europe. The webinar introduces the benefits of DMP and provides a step by step practical approach to the topic by focusing on four crucial aspects: 1. data collection. 2. ethics, legal aspects, security, 3. data storage and 4. data sharing. In order to provide a hands-on perspective on DMP, the webinar includes a series of case studies that illustrate the dos and don'ts when compiling DMP. Participants are encouraged to send questions and challenges in advance (chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch) and to share their thoughts during the webinar.
Goals
  • Identify Arts-, Design- and Music-specific DMP
  • Provide an hands-on approach to DMP: share tips and strategies
Target audience Researchers, academic staff and librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Dr Deborah Thorpe, Research Data Steward, University College Cork
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • Introduction to Data Management Plan
  • Specifics of data in Arts, Design and Music
  • Step-by-step process analysis
  • Presentation of case studies
  • Q&A
Date and time 31 May, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Open Access to cultural heritage: Ethical issues[edit]

Abstract Cultural institutions fulfil the important task of making the digital cultural heritage publicly accessible. For a couple of decades they have made significant strides in digitising and opening up their collections. However, at least in some cases, this process may come into conflict with the rights, values and interests of the original owners of the cultural property or associated communities – this is especially the case with sensitive cultural heritage. This webinar explains why it is important to continue the conversation about copyright and open access to cultural heritage, and how ethical concerns in dealing with sensitive, digital cultural heritage can be adequately addressed.
Goals

The goals of the webinar are to hold a space for open discussions about ethical issues regarding open access to cultural heritage. The webinar aims to offer an opportunity to problematise open access to cultural heritage, understand the ethical implications and suggest some solutions or best practices by looking at case studies.

Target audience Researchers, students, academic staff and librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Brigitte Vézina, Creative Commons International
Duration 1 hour
Agenda
  • Introduction copyright, OA and cultural heritage
  • Ethical concerns in dealing with sensitive, digital cultural heritage
  • Case studies and best practices
  • Q&A
Date and time 26 June, 2023 18.00–19.00 CETT
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Open Design: the updatable life of physical artefacts[edit]

Abstract Open Design is a project focused on design artefacts, where source documentation is openly shared, allowing anyone to study, modify, distribute, create, prototype, and sell the artefact based on that design. This webinar covers the evolution of open design and hardware, presenting case studies to familiarise participants with the challenges and opportunities associated with open-source approaches in the realms of designing and producing physical artefacts, spanning from architecture and design, to hardware
Goals The webinar aims at familiarising participants with the fundamentals of Open Design and Hardware.
Target audience

Researchers, academic staff, librarians, students and practitioners.

Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Serena Cangiano, SUPSI DACD
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda Introduction: what is Open Design

Case Studies Repositories Q&A

Date and time 13 December, 2023 11.00–12.30 CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

OS-ADM and GOAL in conversation with the SNSF[edit]

Abstract The webinar is a conversation between the OS-ADM and GOAL research teams, and the representatives of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), Philipp Tobias and Regula Graf. The conversation will focus on Open Access with the aim of enquiring about the policies and agenda of the SNSF on the topic. It is an occasion to clarify doubts, make our case and get some 'behind the scenes' of decision making. Participants are encouraged to send questions in advance (chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch) and to share their thoughts during the conversation.
Goals
  • Clarify the SNSF's Open Access Policies and Agenda
  • Explain challenges
  • Suggest alternative solutions and check their compliance to the SNSF requisites
  • Further mutual understanding
Target audience Researchers, academic staff and librarians
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Corredera Nilsson Enrique, ZHAW
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Tobias Philipp, SNSF
Regula Graf, SNSF
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • Participants introduction
  • Conversation lead by OS-ADM and GOAL team
  • Q&A
Date and time 18 January, 2024 2.00–3.30pm CET
Location Online

Link to the webinar

Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

(Un)limited Options – Open Access and multimedia publications[edit]

Abstract In the artistic-academic field, multimedia publications are standard. But they come with many questions: What should be published? Which is the best platform? What needs to be considered with regard to open access?

Using four examples from Berlin University of the Arts, the webinar will show the challenges and possibilities of finding your way in a text-based publishing world and the hurdles that still need to be overcome in order to turn from limited to unlimited options.

Goals
  • identify challenges and potential of OA in the field of multimedia
  • present some solutions through a selection of case studies
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians, students and practitioners.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Friederike Kramer (Universität der Künste Berlin)
Duration 1.5 hours
Agenda
  • OA and multimedia: challenges and opportunities
  • case studies
  • Q&A
Date and time 19 January, 2024 2.00–3.30pm CET
Location Online
Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

OS-ADM in conversation with Edizioni Casagrande[edit]

Abstract Publishers play a key role in the successful implementation of the Swiss national Open Access strategy. To ensure their support, the OS-ADM team has selected three national publishers specialising in Arts, Design and Music whose editorial OA policy will be explored as case study. The first stage of the case study analysis consists in a structured conversation during which participants will share their respective perspectives on OA in order to further mutual understanding between researchers and publishers.

Edizioni Casagrande is a Swiss Italian-language publisher, founded in 1949 and based in Bellinzona. It focuses on the art and history of Italian part of Switzerland.

Goals
  • Get an overview of Swiss publishers' perspectives on OA
  • Explain researchers' needs and challenges
  • Check publishers' availability towards alternative forms of publications
  • Further mutual understanding
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Fabio Casagrande
Duration 1 hour
Agenda
  • introduction
  • conversation
  • Q&A
Date and time 24 January, 2024 11.00-12.00 CET
Location Online
Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

OS-ADM in conversation with MētisPresses[edit]

Abstract Publishers play a key role in the successful implementation of the Swiss national Open Access strategy. To ensure their support, the OS-ADM team has selected three national publishers specialising in Arts, Design and Music whose editorial OA policy will be explored as case study. The first stage of the case study analysis consists in a structured conversation during which participants will share their respective perspectives on OA in order to further mutual understanding between researchers and publishers.

The works published by the Francophone Swiss publisher MētisPresses combine historical perspectives, critical perception and interdisciplinarity.

Goals
  • Get an overview of Swiss publishers' perspectives on OA
  • Explain researchers' needs and challenges
  • Check publishers' availability towards alternative forms of publications
  • Further mutual understanding
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Léa Roché
Duration 1 hour
Agenda
  • introduction
  • conversation
  • Q&A
Date and time 25 January, 2024 11.00-12.00 CET
Location Online
Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

OS-ADM in conversation with Triest Verlag[edit]

Abstract Publishers play a key role in the successful implementation of the Swiss national Open Access strategy. To ensure their support, the OS-ADM team has selected three national publishers specialising in Arts, Design and Music whose editorial OA policy will be explored as case study. The first stage of the case study analysis consists in a structured conversation during which participants will share their respective perspectives on OA in order to further mutual understanding between researchers and publishers.

Triest Verlag is a Swiss specialist book publisher based in Zurich and founded in 2015 by Kerstin Forster and Andrea Wiegelmann with the focus on architecture, design and typography.

Goals
  • Get an overview of Swiss publishers' perspectives on OA
  • Explain researchers' needs and challenges
  • Check publishers' availability towards alternative forms of publications
  • Further mutual understanding
Target audience Researchers, academic staff, librarians.
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Andrea Wiegelmann
Duration 1 hour
Agenda
  • introduction
  • conversation
  • Q&A
Date and time 26 January, 2024 2.00-3.00pm CET
Location Online
Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch

Wikidata e la ricerca 2024 (Wikidata and research 2024)[edit]

Abstract A conversation on the potential of Wikidata for research in the humanities and what can be done to improve synergies and interoperability.
Wikidata is an open and collaborative infrastructure for research. For years now, Wikidata has been a valuable tool for researchers and researchers have been contributing to its data in return. In the arts, humanities and social sciences, the collaborative use of Wikidata is still limited and could be enhanced.
Goals
  • explore potential of Wikidata for research in the humanities
  • improve synergies and interoperability
Target audience Researchers
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No prior knowledge is required but it is recommended to attend the previous webinars.
Convenors Camillo Pellizzari
Duration 1 hour
Agenda
  • introduction and presentation of Epìdosis
  • Q&A

Questions:

  • How can Wikidata be a useful tool for research?
  • Can Wikidata host information on international academic databases (databases of universities where scientific articles, research data and lists of researchers are stored)?
  • What other kinds of research data can be hosted on Wikidata?
  • What is the added value of creating synergies with Wikidata for the research world?
  • What should academia do to facilitate synergy and interoperability with Wikidata?
  • If Wikimedia Italia contacts Italian universities, what should it ask them? What could it offer?
Date and time 14 March, 2024 18.30-19.30pm CET
Location Online
Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch