News Feed Episode 33: Open Culture VOICES – Ariadna Matas Welcome to episode 33 of Open Culture VOICES! VOICES is a vlog series of short interviews with open GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums) experts from around the world. The Open Culture Program at Creative Commons aims to promote better sharing of cultural heritage in GLAMs collections. With Open Culture VOICES, we’re thrilled to bring you various perspectives from dozens of experts speaking in many different languages on what it’s like to open up heritage content online. In this episode, we hear from Ariadna Matas, policy advisor at the Europeana Foundation in the Netherlands. Ariadna contributes to the management and development of the policies and frameworks of Europeana, Europe’s digital library, with a strong focus on copyright, and supports their implementation throughout the Europeana Network. She coordinates the Europeana Copyright Community and the Rights Statements Consortium. She is also a member of the CC Global Network Copyright Platform, the NEMO Working Group on Digitization & IPR, the Libraries and IP Group of the Spanish Federation of Library Associations, and the Rights Statements Consortium Statements and Implementation Working Groups. Ariadna responds to the following questions: What are the main benefits of open GLAM? What are the barriers? Could you share something someone else told you that opened up your eyes and mind about open GLAM? Do you have a personal message to those hesitating to open up collections? Closed captions are available for this video, you can turn them on by clicking the CC icon at the bottom of the video. A red line will appear under the icon when closed captions have been enabled. Closed captions may be affected by Internet connectivity — if you experience a lag, we recommend watching the videos directly on YouTube. Want to hear more insights from Open Culture experts from around the world? Watch more episodes of Open Culture VOICES here >> The post Episode 33: Open Culture VOICES – Ariadna Matas appeared first on Creative Commons.