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Wednesday, November 27 • 10:45 - 12:15
My-MI: understanding the importance of CC licenses to create a collaborative experience guide of Milan - Part II

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What better opportunity to explore the potential of Open Education than through a collaborative workshop with people from all over the world that share their experience of Milan?

The aim of the two-days’ workshop is the creation of a collaborative "experiential guide" that represents Milan from the participants point of view, showing the value of sharing to build new collective knowledge. The guide will have a unique value because it will be created by the OE Global 2019 Convention participants and will be available on the Convention to be used by anyone.

During the workshop, participants will learn how to assign and manage Creative Commons licenses while building the guide that is the result obtained by sharing everyone's knowledge and personal experience.
Through co-design tools we will build "MY-MI", an unconventional, funny, non-linear guide of Milan, which will narrate the individual participant experiences lived within the city and the Politecnico.

2nd day activities
On the first day we collaborative built the contents of the guide that will be assembled and finalized in this second day of workshop.

Starting from the collaborative shared material created during day 1, participants will generate the sections of the final guide. The shared material can be used, reworked, remixed based on the license that has been assigned by the participants of the first day. This will allow to learn how to use the contributions correctly, based on both content and compatible licenses.

Please bring your own device, better if tablet or notebook. If you can't, the group will support you, don't worry!
Please add this workshop to your sched if you are willing to join us, so that we can see in advance how many participants are going to be there, for logistic reasons. 

Participation in both workshops is not mandatory.

Speakers
avatar for Prof. Maria Rita Canina

Prof. Maria Rita Canina

IDEActivity Center, Department of Design at Politecnico di Milano
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Prof. Laura Anselmi

IDEActivity Centre, Department of Design at Politecnico di Milano
avatar for Carmen Bruno

Carmen Bruno

PhD Student, IDEActivity Center, Department of Design at Politecnico di Milano


Wednesday November 27, 2019 10:45 - 12:15
BL28 Carassa Dadda (plenary)