Creative Commons Korea and KAIST Graduate School of Culture Technology entered into bilateral collaborative relationship by signing an MOU on June 24.
established with the intent to emphasize inter-disciplinary studies
among technology, arts, business and design. And its curriculum is well
customized to educate prospective leaders with the knowledge and skills
covering the fields of developing science and technology that will
develop the culture industry in Korea.
As of now,
KAIST GSCT is to open its various academic content and research
materials created by the graduate school to the public under CC
licenses, building an archive site designed for it. Additionally, both
parties agree to work together in multifaceted directions including the
Holding a series of seminars on the subjects related to sharing creative work on a regular basis
Exchanging personnel in research projects and other activities
Opening CC Korea sessions within KIST GSCT educational programs like Youth CT Experience Center
coming projects with KAIST GSCT as a momentum, Creative Commons Korea
hopes to see other domestic academic entities come together in making
academic content open to facilitate free flow of ideas and information
to create greater values for the Korean society as a whole.
Sincerely, CC Korea would like to extend gratitude to KIST GSCT for the opportunity for this partnership.