We are very happy to announce that the Creative Commons Australia office has reopened as of today. The information on our contact page is up-to-date. Our sister projects in the QUT Law School Intellectual Property: Knowledge, Culture and Economy research program have also reopened.
Due to recent flooding in Brisbane City, the Creative Commons Australia office and our sister projects in the QUT Law School Intellectual Property: Knowledge, Culture and Economy research program have moved to temporary offices. The period of this relocation is undetermined at this stage. During this period we encourage people to contact us by email as our phone systems are currently offline. Our contact details are available here. We apologise for any inconvenience and hope to return to normal operations soon.
We are very excited to announce details of the next ccAustralia national conference, and this time we are taking a different approach. The previous conferences have been held in Brisbane, where we are headquartered. Although this helps keep our costs down, it has always limited who is able to attend. So this year we’re taking ccAustralia to a city near you!
Throughout September we will be hosting one-day mini-conferences in Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Although we have released a preliminary template for the program, each city will be customised depending on who is attending. So if you’re 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 your local area, register now! We’ll see you soon!
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