Presentation on theme: "Professor Anne Fitzgerald Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane Creative Commons Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Professor Anne Fitzgerald Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane Creative Commons Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2012
Publications CC & Government Guide: Using Creative Commons 3.0 Australia Licences on Government Copyright Materials – Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper and Cheryl Foong http://creativecommons.org.au/sectors/government Open Access to Judgments: Creative Commons licences and the Australian Courts – Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper, Cheryl Foong and Brian Fitzgerald (submitted to Murdoch University Law Review) Creative Commons Book – scheduled for publication early 2013 by University of Queensland Press For wide readership covers the emergence of Creative Commons, examines the legal framework within which it operates, explains the operation of the CC licences, and discusses the adoption of CC in the creative, education, research and government sectors.
Seminars and Conferences Creative Commons seminar, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, 15 June 2012 http://creativecommons.org.au/ccmelb2012 A seminar presented by the CC Australia team for those working in government, education, research and cultural sectors and members of the general community who want to know more about Creative Commons licences, how they work and how they are being used Professor Brian Fitzgerald – Introduction to CC Elliott Bledsoe – CC & the Creative Sector Professor Anne Fitzgerald – Open Educational Resources (OER) and Publicly Funded Research Professor Anne Fitzgerald – Open Educational Resources (OER) and Publicly Funded Research Liam Wyatt – CC & Culture Professor Anne Fitzgerald – CC in the Public Sector Cheryl Foong – CC in Practice: Application, Search & Attribution
Seminars and Conferences Creative Commons in the Digital Economy series of seminars, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 5 Oct – 16 Nov 2012 http://creativecommons.org.au/events/digitaleconomy Anne Fitzgerald, ‘Copyright and Open Content Licensing: the role of the Creative Commons licences’, 5 October 2012 Cheryl Foong, ‘CC in the Creative sectors and emerging business models; How to use the CC licences – application, search and attribution’, 19 October 2012 Anne Fitzgerald, ‘CC in Education (incl. OER and MOOCs) and Research’, 2 Nov 2012 ‘CC and Government information and data – Australian and International developments’, 16 Nov 2012
Seminars and Conferences 4 Nov 2011 - National Library of Australia, Canberra – organised and ran a free public seminar: “Creative Commons for You, and for Government” held in the theatre on lower ground floor. Program (from 10am to 3.00pm) included presentations by Professor Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper and Cheryl Foong of CC Australia. Case studies were presented by Miles Nicholls of the Australian Living Atlas (ALS), a CSIRO initiative, and by Anthony Baxter of Google’s Crisis Response Centre. Over 100 registrants attended from all 3 levels of government, as well as the research institutes and tertiary institutions, and a broad cross- section of the general public. Notable attendees from the research sectors included officers from CSIRO, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Bureau of Meteorology, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research and Australian Research Council, and also students and researchers from the University of Canberra. Several officers from the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (SEWPaC), and Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR) were also in attendance.
Seminars and Conferences 23 September 2011 – Open Government Data Conference at QUT, Brisbane - program and presentations slides are available here: http://creativecommons.org.au/OGDbrisbane http://creativecommons.org.au/OGDbrisbane Speakers and presentations were as follows: The Honourable Simon Finn (Minister for Government Services, Building Industry and Information and Communication Technology) Senator Kate Lundy (Parliamentary Secretary for Immigration and Citizenship, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister) - Opening Keynote Address: The Path to Open Government Andrew Stott (Member of UK Transparency Board and formerly Director of Transparency, UK Government) - Open Data & Open Government implementation in the UK Richard Best (New Zealand Government) – NZ Government policy and practice: NZGOAL Dr Terry Cutler (Cutler and Co) - Productivity dividends from Open Government Claire Driscoll (Director, Technology Transfer Office, National Human Genome Research Institute, U.S. National Institutes of Health) - National Institutes of Health: Strategy and Policy on Open Knowledge for Real World benefits Keitha Booth (Programme Leader, NZ Open Government Data and Information Programme) - Open and Transparent Government: innovation opportunities Dr Graham Vickery (Information Economics, Paris; formerly OECD) – Policy and Principles (OECD) [Pre-recorded presentation] James Kliemt (Queensland Police Service) - Emergency Response and Social Media Dr Mark Elliott (Collabforge) – Collaborating with the Crowd: online case studies for success
Seminars and Conferences 23 September 2011 – Open Government Data Camp at QUT, Brisbane 30 participants, including: Mark Elliott (Collabforge) – Facilitator Anthony Baxter (Google Australia, Crisis Response) Keitha Booth (Programme Leader, NZ Open Government Data and Information Programme) Dr Lucy Cradduck (Law lecturer, USC) James Kliemt (Queensland Police Service) Andrew Stott (Member of UK Transparency Board and formerly Director of Transparency, UK Government) Margaret Warren (Qld State Library, Libraryhack project) Pia Waugh (Technology Advisor) Jimmi Ti (PhD candidate, QUT)
Presentations govCamp Queensland Anne Fitzgerald, “Creative Commons and Open Government Information” The Edge, State Library of Queensland 3 March 2012 http://www.aupsi.org/presentations/ Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) Open Government Data Camp Anne Fitzgerald Warsaw, Poland October 2011 Africa Leadership in Sustainable Development and Enterprise program (AusAID) Anne Fitzgerald, “Natural Resources Law and Intellectual Property Law” Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Enterprise, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, South Bank, Brisbane 7 September 2012 presentation to ALAF fellows from Kenya and Tanzania
Presentations NetHui Conference – Creative Commons Meetup Anne Fitzgerald, Presentation and Panel Discussion “Open Research and Open Educational Resources (OER) in Tertiary Education” SkyCity, Auckland 12 July 2012 http://www.aupsi.org/news/nethuiccmeetup.jsp Technology Takes You Anywhere 2012 (event organised by Education Queensland, aimed at increasing school girls’ interest in technology and their confidence with using it) Cheryl Foong – Presentation on ‘Creative Commons: Share, Remix, Reuse – Legally’ QUT, Creative Industries precinct, 13 July 2012. Convergent Production course, University of Queensland School of Communication and Journalism, Anne Fitzgerald and Cheryl Foong, ‘Creative Commons’ University of Queensland, St Lucia 27 August 2012
Presentations 11 August 2011 – Creative Commons and Innovation - University of Tasmania, Hobart - Professor Anne Fitzgerald, with introduction by Professor Paddy Nixon, Pro Vice Chancellor 18 August 2011 – NSW Local Government Web Network Conference - on CC and Local Government - Professor Anne Fitzgerald, with Neale Hooper attending to assist with queries 18 August 2011 – Creative Commons and You – public lecture at the Australia Council for the Arts, Surry Hills, Sydney - Professor Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper.
Presentations 24 August 2011 – Creative Commons and You - James Cook University, Townsville - presentation by Professor Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper
Scientists and Research data 12 August 2011 – Scientific Researchers’ Workshop: CC and scientific research results and data and open education, University of Tasmania, Hobart - for marine and ocean researchers (IMAS and IMOS), and Open Education pioneers (Professor David Sadler) 25 August 2011 – CC and scientific research results and data, James Cook University, Townsville - Scientific Researchers’ Workshop attended by researchers from the Reef and Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC), Australian Institute of Marine Sciences (AIMS), and JCU. Whole day workshop conducted by Prof Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper. 26 August 2011 –presentation to Dr Geoff Garrett (and support staff), Queensland Chief Scientist, on “Creative Commons (CC) and Research Data and Information.” Presentation by Professor Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper. 31 August 2011 –presentation to Professor Ian Chubb (and staff), Federal Government Chief Scientist at his Canberra offices, on “Creative Commons (CC) and Research Data and Information.” Presentation by Professor Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper
Scientists and Research data 9 November 2011 – Geospatial Information System (GIS) Workshop, Brisbane - organised by Manager, Spatial Services, in the Regional Natural Resource Management Groups Collective - presentation by Neale Hooper to over 20 officers including from (FNQ) Terrain NRM (Wet Tropics) – dealt with CC licensing and CC licensing use in government, research, education and other sectors. 16 November 2011 - Creative Commons and You, James Cook University, Cairns campus – presentations by Prof Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper. 16 November 2011 - CC and scientific research results and data, Cairns campus - participating in the workshop were researchers and managers from JCU, CSIRO, RRRC, Qld Health, Whitfield State School and Science Rhymes.
Briefings to cultural and media organisations 10 Nov 2011 – Creative Commons licences: access and policy - briefing by Professor Anne Fitzgerald to the Australian Broadcasting Commission at ABC HQ in Ultimo, Sydney. 14 June 2012 - briefing on CC to ABC, Sydney 15 June 2012 – briefing on CC to Museum Victoria, Melbourne
Notable achievements Adoption of CC BY as the default licence by Australian federal government and some State governments Updating of Attorney General’s Intellectual Property Manual Updating of IP Policies Geoscience Australia to licence Landsat 8 images under CC BY Has been working with Indonesia on geoscience and satellite data See http://creativecommons.org.au/weblog/entry/3664 New Queensland Police Data website licensed under CC BY See http://creativecommons.org.au/weblog/entry/3723 ABC 80 Days project Historical ABC audio-visual files released under CC BY-SA See http://creativecommons.org.au/weblog/entry/3557 Etcc – remix of visual arts Exhibitions held in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in 2011 Each artist took Creative Commons licensed images, created new work based on those images, and in turn licensed their own image for others to remix – legally. Updated website at http://etcc.tv/