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  1. Nov 2022
  2. Dec 2021
    1. Indigenous cultural heritage/traditional cultural expressions In some instances, cultural heritage elements that are considered in the public domain under copyright law might be subject to other considerations or restrictions that need to be taken into account. This is especially the case of cultural works, sacred objects, rituals, or other types of traditional cultural expressions and knowledge created by and under the custodianship of Indigenous peoples or local communities. To be clear, these traditional cultural expressions might not be protected by copyright. However, this doesn’t mean that they are necessarily free for reuse or posting on the Internet. In view of the cultural rights or interests and customary laws or protocols that might govern their access and use, these cultural expressions deserve to be treated respectfully. It is recommended not to post them online or allow their re-use without prior consultations with the community(ies) that are their custodian. Cultural institutions have an important role to play to ensure the traditional cultural expressions in their collections are used respectfully and according to the wishes of their holders. Specific platforms, like Mukurtu, labels, like the Traditional Knowledge Labels, can help. If you are interested in exploring this topic in more detail, you can read the outcomes of the desk-based research that Creative Commons conducted on GLAM policies for Traditional Cultural Expressions on this blog post: “Sharing Indigenous Cultural Heritage Online: An Overview of GLAM Policies.”
  3. Feb 2019
    1. FITness, therefore, requires a deeper, more essential understanding and mastery of information technology for information processing, communication, and problem solving than does the traditional definition of computer literacy.


  4. Mar 2018
    1. ooking at the AIDS quilt at first glance, I could tell its very centered around Homosexuality and LGBTQ community.

      Tim, this tells me that you don't know much about the quilt yet. You should already know about it at this point and be able to articulate what it is and where it comes from.

    2. it

      "It"? What does this word refer to in the question? It's a good question!

    1. It is statistically proven that gay and bisexual males are most affected by this disease.

      No way this is true. Without supporting evidence you'll end up offending people instead of inviting them into your description.

    2. this quilt

      Which? An introduction here will orient your reader. What does this page do?

    1. help me get better insight when viewing the AIDS quilt.

      I'm not sure what these insights are... yet..

    2. The gun impact shows a great polarity between security/ danger because it can be used so easily for either with a very thin line.

      I'm not sure what you mean by this, but I think seeking issues of "security" in the debate shaped by and within the article "about" violence is an interesting way of using Prownian analysis.

    3. My personal life with racism, social class, and stereotypes can be used to implement a more personal example.

      Okay... now I think I am beginning to understand the connections you're making here. The "Guns" article evokes emotion. Your quilt evokes emotion. Your personal experience evokes emotion. How does emotion aid analysis?

    4. emotional content


    5. These impaction guns

      What does this mean?

    6. forth

      Do you need this word?

    7. view

      Who views?