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UPDATE – 24/09/10: The Creative Commons Roadshows 2010 are now over. For a slides and other documentation, see our roadshow wrap up.

Creative Commons Australia invites you to our national conference 2.0. In the past we have held national conferences in Brisbane, where we are headquartered. This year we are taking ccAustralia to a city near you!

Each CC Roadshow is designed for those interested in finding out about CC for the first time, looking for an update on recent developments and the Australian Version 3.0 licences, or wanting to know how CC is being used by people in their local area. We are interested in attendees from across the creative industries, government, collecting institutions, education institutions or anyone else interested in Creative Commons in Australia.

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Event details

Although specific details will vary from city-to-city, below is information common to all the CC Roadshow events.

Times & dates

Each event runs from 10.00am – 3.30pm in that city’s time zone throughout September 2010. Please see each city’s event page for more details.

Venues

Each city event is kindly being hosted by an arts or cultural institution in that city. Please see each city’s event page for more details.

Speakers

Speakers will include ccAustralia staffers as well as local CC licence users from each city. Please see the Speakers page for more details.

Cost

All CC Roadshow events are free! Yay!!

Social media

Attending a CC Roadshow? Want to help us get the word out about the CC Roadshows? Be social—Share the  CC Roadshow http://bit.ly/ccrdshow10 short link, tell everyone you’re coming by registering on Facebook events (Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart) and follow the discussion on Twitter via @ccAustralia and #CCRdshow10.

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