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Friday, March 10 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Websites for the Win: Creativity, Culture, Communication, Copyright, & Creative Commons

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NFT depreciation got you down? Instead of teaching intellectual property licensing in the abstract, encourage students to generate and distribute their own intellectual property through website creation! Google sites provide a simple, accessible platform for student project generation.

I will spotlight one student website featuring a video she created to teach the world about her Karen (not Korean) culture. Through interviews with fellow Karen teens who are current or former refugees, a story of Karen culture and values emerges, as do reflections on the students’ experiences with childhood migration.

Once this student was fully immersed in her project, the details of how her emergent intellectual property might be used suddenly came into focus. Follow this student’s thought process in determining whether to use a standard YouTube license or an attribution-only Creative Commons license to protect and share her work. Learn about how other students made choices about how to license their photography, family recipes, etc.

I will also examine the links between culture and property, using themes from the student video about the differences between U.S. and Asian cultures, to show how intellectual property is a culturally dependent phenomenon, look at the historic and current relationship between libraries and rights holders, and bring us back to NFTs as a potential future of intellectual property.


Friday March 10, 2023 9:00am - 9:45am EST