The Workshop for Cultural Heritage Libraries at the CEPIC Congress, Berlin 4-8 June, will feature Paul KELLER, vice chairman of Kennisland, project lead for the Creative Commons in the Netherlands and a key player in the Europeana Open Datastrategy.
They say: Paul is an expert on open content and data licensing with a special focus on the cultural heritage organizations, the music industry and the creative industries. He is public project lead for Creative Commons in the Netherlands and a member of the board of Creative Commons.
Paul is also coordinating the copyright related aspects of Images for the Future, one of the biggest digitization projects for audio-visual heritage in Europe and he is one of the the architects of the open data policy of Europeana, the European Union funded online aggregator of Europe’s cultural heritage.
• Full CEPIC Congress workshops programme here