How does copyleft in general help us facilitate crowdsourcing universal education in an online-first world and how good strategies, actions and implementations would look in a new implementation unrelated to previous ad-hoc solutions like OERs.
The goal of this discussion would be to gather ideas and facilitate participation of all groups in tailoring a meaningful actionable strategy regarding producing copyleft educational contents that would be crowdsourced, non-institutional and free. What barriers lie ahead in regards to legislation, legal, licensing and implementation of contribution mechanics. How copyleft influences retention, participation and acknowledgement and what kind of social dynamic does it create inside micro cultures that apply to copyleft.
Marko Kažić is the founder and CEO of Zamphyr, an open source activist known for creating the platform for Education 2.0. In 2016, he founded Zamphyr, an open technology school that provides open and free technology education. He is an e-resident of Estonia since 2015. Worked in startups around the world, from Silicon Valley to Hong Kong, returned to Serbia to work on the vision of global, free and open technology school, accessible to all humanity.