Sydney

Roadshow 2010
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Time 10.00 am 10.05 am

Session

Speakers Professor Brian Fitzgerald Professor Brian Fitzgerald

Welcome Introduction and overview
An introduction to Creative Commons, an overview of the licensing scheme and updates on recent developments for Creative Commons in Australia and around the world.

11.00 am

CC case studies
A selection of Creative Commons case studies from Australia and around the world.

Elliott Bledsoe

12.00 pm 1.00 pm

Lunch CC in focus
A focus on recent developments in the use of Creative Commons in government and research.

Neale Hooper, Program Manager, GILF Implementation Strategy

1 September 2010

1.30 pm

CC in focus – case study
Mosman Municipal Council and Creative Commons in local government.

Melbourne
2 September 2010

Bernard de Broglio, Internet Coordinator, Mosman Municipal Council

Perth
15 September 2010

1.45 pm

Local CC champions

Sydney
17 September 2010

Jonathon Hutchinson, ABC A panel discussion of local people and projects Pool; Delia Browne, National engaging with CC licences. Discussants will share Copyright Director, MCEECDYA; Paula Bray, Powerhouse outcomes, risks and opportunities they have come across in their experiences. Museum, Sydney

Brisbane
22 September 2010

3.00 pm

Discussion
Open discussion and questions.

ccAustralia staff and all Roadshow speakers

Adelaide
23 September 2010

3.30 pm 3.45 pm

Wrap up Close

Professor Brian Fitzgerald

Hobart

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10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Reception Room, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, 215 Anzac Parade, Kensington

Credits—Image: Screen capture of Australia from OpenStreetMap, http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-28.4&lon=133.4&zoom=5&layers=M. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic, http://creativecommons.org/ licenses/by-sa/2.0. Heading font: ‘Rawengulk‘ by GLuk, http://sites.google.com/site/glukfonts/home/fonts/rawengulk. Copy font: ‘Junction Regular‘ by Caroline Hadilaksono, http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/fonts/1-junction. Both licensed under a SIL Open Font 1.1, http://scripts.sil.org/OFL_web.

Creative Commons

Program

Sydney
Roadshow 2010
Creative Commons

Speakers
Paula Bray, Manager, Visual and Digitisation Services, Powerhouse Museum
Local CC champions panelist

www.powerhousemuseum. com

Search for ‘Powerhouse Museum’

1 September 2010

Melbourne
2 September 2010

Bernard de Broglio, Internet Coordinator, Mosman Municipal Council
Presenter

Perth
15 September 2010

Sydney
17 September 2010

Mosman Council utilises a range of sharing technologies to better inform and engage with constituents. Creative Commons is an important part of that strategy, and is recommended in policy adopted by the Council last year as the preferred licence for Council’s materials. Bernard’s personal interest in the social aspect of network communications was sparked by FidoNet and the Sydney BBS (Bulletin Board System) scene of the late 80s and early 90s. That early promise – of new forms of participation online – is now being realised.
www.mosman.nsw.gov.au @mosmancouncil

Brisbane
22 September 2010

Adelaide
23 September 2010

Hobart

Be social—Share the Sydney CC Roadshow http://bit.ly/sydrdshow short link, tell everyone you’re coming by registering on Facebook event and follow the discussion on Twitter via @ccAustralia and #CCRdShow10.

10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Reception Room, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, 215 Anzac Parade, Kensington

Credits—Icons: Blue Jeans Social Media Icons by Mysitemyway.com, http://www.iconarchive.com/category/social-network/blue-jeans-social-media-icons-by-mysitemyway.html. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0.

Paula Bray is the Manager of the Visual and Digitisation Services department at the Powerhouse Museum that includes: Photography, The Image Resource Centre, The Photo Library and Rights and Permissions and Audio Visuals. Paula is responsible for managing the digital collections to the highest standard whilst coordinating photographic and AV projects for exhibitions, publications, events and the website. Paula runs a blog for the Museum called Photo of the Day and manages the Museum’s two Flickr accounts and numerous public groups. Paula has also worked as a photographer in the Arts for many years including: the Art Gallery of NSW, The State Library of NSW and The Australian National Maritime Museum. Paula has worked as a freelance photographer and had several exhibitions of her work including a solo show at Blender Gallery in 2007. Her work has been collected by the College of Fine Arts and private collectors. Paula studied photography at the College of Fine Arts for 5 years doing a Bachelor of Art and a Master of Art whilst also receiving the Agfa Gevaert award for the most innovative use of photography.

Sydney
Roadshow 2010
Creative Commons

Speakers
Delia Browne, National Copyright Director, Ministerial Council for Education, Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs
Local CC champions panelist

Delia is a strong advocate of the open education movement and has actively participated in several international meetings and projects on promoting open resources, technology and teaching practices in education. Delia works closely with Creative Commons Australia and CC learn in promoting open education in Australia. She is one of the co founders of Peer 2 Peer University. She is the Vice Chair of the Australian Centre of Photography and on the boards of iCommons and the Television Sydney Foundation.
www.mceecdya.edu.au www.smartcopying.edu.au

1 September 2010

Melbourne
Jonathon Hutchinson, ABC Pool, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
2 September 2010 Presenter

Perth
15 September 2010

Sydney
17 September 2010

Brisbane
22 September 2010

Adelaide
23 September 2010

Jonathon Hutchinson is a community manager for ABC Pool, the usergenerated content site for the ABC. This position forms a component of his PhD research investigating the challenges and opportunities by incorporating UGC and its communities into the publishing practices of the ABC. He is an external PhD candidate at the QUT ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation embedded at the ABC in Ultimo. He is an avid Creative Commons supporter demonstrated through his professional and creative practices. With a video editing background, Jonathon has worked as a remix artist for several years now, repurposing material published under a CC license. He is excited by the possibilities of co-creating new meanings through collaboration on rich media text projects.
www.pool.org.au @ABCPool

Hobart

Be social—Share the Sydney CC Roadshow http://bit.ly/sydrdshow short link, tell everyone you’re coming by registering on Facebook event and follow the discussion on Twitter via @ccAustralia and #CCRdShow10.

10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Reception Room, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, 215 Anzac Parade, Kensington

Credits—Icons: Blue Jeans Social Media Icons by Mysitemyway.com, http://www.iconarchive.com/category/social-network/blue-jeans-social-media-icons-by-mysitemyway.html. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0.

Delia is the National Copyright Director ,Copyright Advisory Group of Australian Schools and Technical and Further Education Institutes (TAFEs). Delia is an extremely experienced intellectual property lawyer. In her current role, Delia manages the National Copyright Unit which provides specialist copyright advice to the education sector and conducts negotiations with collecting societies on behalf of schools and TAFE institutes. Prior to her current role, Delia worked at law firm Minter Ellison providing specialist copyright advice to the education and media/entertainment sectors .

Sydney
Roadshow 2010
Creative Commons

Speakers
Neale Hooper, Program Manager, Government Information Licensing Framework Implementation Strategy, Queensland Government
Presenter

www.gilf.gov.au

1 September 2010

Melbourne
2 September 2010

Perth
15 September 2010

Sydney
17 September 2010

Brisbane
22 September 2010

Adelaide
23 September 2010

Hobart

Be social—Share the Sydney CC Roadshow http://bit.ly/sydrdshow short link, tell everyone you’re coming by registering on Facebook event and follow the discussion on Twitter via @ccAustralia and #CCRdShow10.

10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Reception Room, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, 215 Anzac Parade, Kensington

Credits—Icons: Blue Jeans Social Media Icons by Mysitemyway.com, http://www.iconarchive.com/category/social-network/blue-jeans-social-media-icons-by-mysitemyway.html. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0.

Neale Hooper is the principal lawyer for the Queensland Government’s Government Information Licensing Framework (GILF) Project and has led the project’s legal work since its inception in 2005. Neale was recently appointed to the position of Program Manager of GILF Implementation Strategy. Neale is a leading IP and ICT lawyer with over 20 years experience with Queensland Crown Law, providing specialist law services in these areas. Neale was recently a lead researcher on the CRC-Spatial Information Project ‘Enabling Real-Time Information Access in Both Urban and Regional Areas’. Neale has a Master of Laws from University of Queensland, and has been an adjunct lecturer at QUT Law School since 2003.

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