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Chart Your Path through OVC 2011

We’re just a few days away from the Open Video Conference, and by now you’ve undoubtedly checked out our packed schedule of amazing events, sessions, speakers, and exhibits  — if not, then take a look at our newly updated program here. It can be hard to find time for all the sessions you want to attend, so we’ve mapped out a few possible ‘pathways’ representing the numerous disciplines and fields our attendees will be coming from. Read on for some tips to find sessions that best suit your interests and expertise, whether you’re coming to us from the the world of policy, business, tech, cinema, or many others.

Policy
Visual Privacy? Visual Anonymity?
Creating an Alternative Copyright Education
The Many Faces of Open
A Defensive Patent License
New Currencies and Compensation Models
Making the Map
Designing a Next-Generation TV Interface
Mobile Content Neutrality
Is the Web Safe for Expression?
Robolawyers for the Web: DMCA Automation

Legal
Creating an Alternative Copyright Education
A Defensive Patent License
Developing the Vimeo Rights Platform
Making the Map
Is the Web Safe for Expression?
Robolawyers for the Web: DMCA Automation

Entrepreneurs
Using Open Source in a Commercial Context
Roll Your Own Video CMS
New Currencies and Compensation Models
Making the Map
Intro to Popcorn.js and Plugin Sprint

Programmers
WebRTC: Realtime Communication and HTML5
Fun with WebGL, the Audio API, and more
The Missing Link: Flash to HTML5
Standards for Accessibility
Standards for HTTP Adaptive Streaming
Standards for Browser Video Playback Metrics
Open Video Editors
Scalable HTML5 Players Skill Share
Intro to Popcorn.js and Plugin Sprint

Designers
Designing Storyworlds
Roll Your Own Video CMS
Making the Map
Designing a Next-Generation TV Interface

Filmmakers
Designing Storyworlds
Creating an Alternative Copyright Education
Connected Documentary
Making the Map
Database Driven Narratives

Artists
Alternative Copyright Education
Making a Remix Maker
Making the Map
Database-Driven Narratives
Capturing Oral History: Best Practices
Is the Web Safe for Expression?

Archivists
Video Archives: Life after Production
Capturing Oral History: Best Practices

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