Wikimedia India chapter and WMF's India program working on first India GLAM project
Good traction of image contribution through Wiki Loves Monuments photo contest
Mass communication and other media institutes slowly taking interest in open audio library
Digitization is a priority across government departments, with funding available
Majority of GLAMs lack knowledge about open culture, need for outreach
Relicensing and book digitization have gained public interest
Encourage institutions to think beyond their digital strategy
Show institutions what is there for them
What we have done so far
Started filing Right to Information (RT) asking state government departments for lists of institutions
Reached out to WMIN (Wikimedia India chapter) for help in creating a list
Difficulty with getting people and contact details
CIS has opened a new lab space in its office for organising exhibitions, workshops, presentations and film screening. Researchers, scientists, artists, designers, start-ups, and community members are welcome to use this platform to meet, interact and engage in innovative exploration through creative inquiry and hands-on-learning with open and interactive technologies.
We are HasGeek. We create discussion spaces for geeks. Come to our events to meet like-minded people, learn new things and discover new opportunities.
Inclusive Planet With Inclusive Planet visually-impaired readers across the world can easily share accessible books, journals, class notes, articles and spoken word. CIS is proud to be a partner of Inclusive Planet.
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