August 2016 newsletter

Creative Commons news

This month we farewell Carolyn Stuart of the Network for Learning from our Advisory Panel. Thank you, Carolyn, for all your hard work and good advice over the past two years.

GovHack projects a-go-go!

It was great to see so many of you at GovHack Wellington last weekend. Here’s a list of current GovHack projects across Aotearoa and Australia.

Attribution in 3D printing

One of the hot topics at CC HQ at the moment is the challenge of attribution in 3D printing. Learn more and contribute your ideas.

Open Govt Partnership Action Plan

Now is the time to have your say on the development of Aotearoa’s second Open Government Partnership National Action Plan.

NetHui 2016 Roadtrip

InternetNZ has announced three NetHui events for 2016: Nelson on 13 October, South Auckland on 15 October, and Rotorua on 17 October.

Upcoming events

NZGOAL software extension

If you have some thoughts about the best way to produce guidance notes for the NZGOAL software extension, you can join the conversation here.

Creative Commons and iTunes U

Our friends across the ditch have created a very useful guide to applying Creative Commons licensing to teaching materials on iTunes U.

Papers Past refresh

The new look Papers Past site is looking wonderful: dive in to explore historic newspapers, magazines, journals, letters, diaries and parliamentary papers from across Aotearoa.

Icon credit: Clown doris (Ceratosoma amoenum), tangatawhenua, 2016. Via Nature Watch NZ. Licensed CC BY-NC.

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