CCANZ October newsletter

Creative Commons news

The University of Waikato has a new open access mandate. Mark Amery’s visual arts column is now CC-licensed in The Big Idea. Land Information NZ ran a Building Our Footprints competition with students in Christchurch. All Kiwi educators now have access to Pond, the Network for Learning online portal.

Latest from NZCommons

It’s all go over at NZCommons.org.nz! Learn about institutional repositories, MOOCs, the need for green Open Access, and why authors should oppose DRM in ebooks. While you’re there, why not contribute a piece yourself?

Upcoming events

Help us spread the CC love

Would you be interested in delivering a Creative Commons workshop once every 3-4 months? We provide full training and resources. If so, please get in touch!

Join the NZCommons editorial board

We’re looking to appoint a volunteer editorial board for NZCommons.org.nz. Learn more.

Apply for InternetNZ funding

InternetNZ has recently launched two funding rounds. Learn more.

CC around the world

The Nature Communications journal is set to become Open Access. The Rijksmuseum’s open policy has generated enormous goodwill. Rwanda is embracing open higher education. California lawmandates public access to publicly funded research.

Icon credit: Wellington Harbour, 1894, by James Nairn. Gift of Miss Mary Newton, 1939. Te Papa (1939-0009-2). No known copyright restrictions.

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