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1/ Hi everyone! Today we’re going to take a bit of time to talk more about protocols, permissions and some Indigenous-led projects and resources relevant to the #GLAM sphere. And we’re going to start talking about #metadata!
2/ As we’ve mentioned, in many Indigenous knowledge systems, a person’s right to access certain information (especially traditional knowledge and customs) may be bound by specific, contextual permissions. #OpenGLAM
3/ Here’s an example relevant to the G in #GLAM: the proceedings from @_FPCC's Cultural Protocols & the Arts Forum in 2014. As the late Dr. Greg Younging said, “Protocols provide guidelines for behaviour.”

fpcc.ca/files/PDF/Arts…
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July 16, 2019 marks a milestone in the history for scholarly practice and publishing for #museums because of @GettyMuseum @gettypubs . #digitalarthistory #digpublishing #thread
@GettyMuseum @GettyPubs The Corpus of Ancient Vases (CVA) is significant especially as it among the first by an internationally leading art museum to utilize the #CreativeCommons 4.0 International Attribution License for a publication creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.…. #openglam Screenshot of CC-BY License at Getty CVA Publication
The contents of this digital publication, subject to the license and terms of conditions, may be used with attribution to @GettyMuseum, including for commercial purposes. This extends to third-party applications like @internetarchive @Wikimedia @creativecommons. #openglam
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[#musetech syllabus thread: week 4!] This week we explored how museums are opening up collections for re-use and rethinking storytelling in the digital age. Saddle up!
& Jane Burton offer a primer on the history of the "online exhibition" (and its unfortunate second-class, second-thought status) in this @museweb paper: mw2013.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/online-e…
's presentation of @ExploreWellcome's long-form immersive story "Mindcraft" asks us to think about how to do SLOW in a fast, snackable online world theguardian.com/culture-profes…
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