This talk is especially suitable for small organisations without a dedicated copyright officer or extra resources for engaging a Wikipedian in Residence.
If you are attending this session as part of professional development, please contact Wikimedia Australia following the event to be provided with a certificate of participation.
Contents of this talk:
Collection photos that are actually usable • creating a copyright and licensing policy and putting it on the website • why you should set up an external photostream • "reliable sources" and how to create your own • photographing your institution inside and out • photographing your people and the living treasures of your community • arranging open licenses for local publications and hosting PDFs on your website • engaging with the Wikimedia community • possible Wikimedia projects
About your presenter:
Mike Dickison did his PhD on giant flightless birds at Duke University, and was curator of Natural History at Whanganui Regional Museum, New Zealand, before receiving a one-year grant from the Wikimedia Foundation to be the New Zealand Wikipedian at Large 2018–2019. Since then he has worked as a freelance Wikipedia consultant and Wikipedian in Residence for Lincoln University, Development West Coast, the Dodd-Walls Centre for Photonic and Quantum Technologies, New Zealand Opera, and Te Papa. He is vice-president of Wikimedia Aotearoa.All illustrations © Mike Dickison CC BY
Location: Metcalfe Auditorium, State Library of New South Wales, 1 Shakespeare Place, Sydney, NSW 2000
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18 November 2022
25 June 2023