Creative Commons increasingly underpins innovation, engagement and growth in various areas, including government, education and research. This seminar will build on our previous seminar series ‘Creative Commons and the Digital Economy’ and provide an update on CC developments across these fields of endeavour.

Our first CC seminar in 2013 will also provide comprehensive guidance on the practical aspects of CC licensing – namely how to apply a CC licence, how to search for CC licensed material and how to attribute CC licensed material. Where appropriate, we will provide step-by-step guidance and illustrate our explanation using practical case studies.

Date: Friday, 1 February 2013

Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm

Location: Queensland University of Technology, 2 George Street, Brisbane at Room G 301 (entrance behind Artisans Café, first floor upstairs)

RSVP: Below using the online form (or contact Cheryl Foong)

If you have any questions about this free public seminar, please contact Cheryl Foong at 07 3138 2046 or [email protected]

Presentation Slides

  1. Copyright and Creative Commons licensing [.pptx, 2MB]
  2. Government, Education and Research [.pptx, 1.5MB]
  3. Application, Search and Attribution [.pptx, 14.2MB]

The Etcc visual arts remix project (presented by Benjamin and Skye Reeve) is documented at


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