[ASC-list] webinar on copyright and Creative Commons

leohman1 at bigpond.net.au leohman1 at bigpond.net.au
Fri Sep 13 04:31:05 UTC 2013


Posted on behalf of the Australasian Medical Writers Association

You are invited to attend a webinar exploring copyright and Creative Commons licensing hosted by the Australasian Medical Writers Association.


What: Getting a grip on Creative Commons: what CC licences are 
and how to work with them.

When: Thursday 26 September
Time:  12 pm (midday) to 1pm AEST 
Cost:	   Free for AMWA members
	  $10.00 for non-members

Presenter: Professor Anne Fitzgerald, Queensland University of Technology Law School

Creative Commons is a worldwide project that encourages copyright owners to allow others to share, reuse and remix their material, legally. CC offers a range of free licences that creators can use to manage their copyright in the online environment, each providing its own specific protections and freedoms. Anne will explain how CC works, why one would use CC licensing and how to apply it to your own creative works.

Anne is an intellectual property and e-commerce lawyer and a Professor in Law Research at QUT. She has an extensive background in the areas of intellectual property law, internet and e-commerce law and international trade law and is a core member of the Creative Commons staff.


Spaces are limited, so register now.
http://www.trybooking.com/DOLG      

PLEASE NOTE!
The registration process involves booking through Trybooking and then registering with GoToWebinar – YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED FOR THE WEBINAR UNLESS YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION NOTICE FROM GO TO WEBINAR.

Before booking, please note that you must use VoIP (the computer microphone and speakers, and a headset is recommended, but not mandatory), this is to avoid long distance phone call charges. 

Please make sure that your computer meets the system requirements
http://support.citrixonline.com/webinar/all_files/G2W010003


If you have questions, please contact L.E. Ohman  at pdp at medicalwriters.org







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