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Creative Commons License

The Creative Commons Clinic (ccClinic) is a research and education project funded by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries & Innovation, which
engages with Creative Commons to research and promote its implementation in Australia.

We are seeking students from all disciplines and all universities who are interested in participating by:

* enrolling in QUT’s ccClinic undergraduate elective;
* undertaking independent study through your own faculty; or
* joining our volunteer internship program (not for academic credit).

Students will have the chance to work collaboratively and with mentors from the education, government and creative industries to complete a major project on topics such as:

* sharing and remixing as tools for innovation in a user-generated context;
* Web 2.0 business models; and
* collaboration through social networking and virtual communities such as Second Life.

For more information contact Jessica Coates at or ph 07 3138 8301

2 thoughts on “Creative Commons Clinic – accepting applications for 2008

  • 16 November 2009 at 1.30 pm


    I currently finished my second year of law at QUT and am very interested in pursing a career in media/arts law and completed the Media Law course last semester.

    My current role is administrator at Space Furniture and have worked with them in this position for over 2 years. I possess strong organisational and computer skills and an ability to work independently as well as within a team. I am quick to adapt to new environments and am happy to assist in any tasks you require.

    I am available 1-2 days a week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays over the summer break.

    I would very much appreciate the opportunity to be of some benefit to your organisation and if you feel that I may be of some such benefit please contact me at your earliest possible convenience.


    Skye Reeve
    0415 701 403

  • 15 April 2010 at 3.10 am

    And if a student foreigner?

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