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OSOD 2013: International Workshop on Open Science and Open Data

by Prasad Krishna last modified Oct 22, 2013 11:02 AM
Nehaa Chaudhari was a panelist at the International Workshop on Open Science and Open Data, 2013, held on October 07, 2013 at the Indian Statistical Institute. She gave a presentation on "Government Copyright and the Open Access Conundrum"

Parts of this presentation draw from Pranesh Prakash's views on Government Copyright. Special thanks to Bhairav Acharya for his valuable inputs and feedback.


Documentation Research and Training Centre, Indian Statistical Institute along with Creative Commons USA held this workshop. The main objective of this workshop was to bring together international experts, practitioners and advocates of Open Access to information to discuss and contemplate on key issues contributing to Open Science. The workshop also aimed to serve as a platform for institutions, academicians, scientists and researchers interested in Open Science to exchange thoughts and processes 'How To' create Open content within legal framework.

Key Speakers

  1. Puneet Kishor (Policy Coordinator for Science and Data, Creative Commons)
  2. ARD Prasad (DRTC, Indian Statistical Institute, India)
  3. Devika P. Madalli (DRTC, Indian Statistical Institute, India)
  4. Giridhar Manepalli (CNRI, USA)
  5. Usha Munshi (Indian Institute of Public Administartion, India)
  6. Subbiah Arunachalam (Information Scientist, India)
  7. Sridhar Parishetty (Centre for Inclusive Governance,  Bangalore)
  8. Nehaa Chaudhari (Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore)
  9. R. Prabhakar (India Biodiversity Portal, Bangalore)
  10. Nisha Thompson (Arghyam)
  11. Yashas Shetty (Srishti, Centre For Experimental Media Arts, Bangalore)

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