March 2017 newsletter

Advisory Panel member wanted We’re looking for a new CCANZ Advisory Panel member focussing on the business & tech sector. Could it be you? Applications close 17 March. Please shoulder-tap anyone you think fits the bill. New global CC network proposal There are new ideas afoot for how the global Creative Commons network – including CCANZ […]

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Seeking a new Advisory Panel member

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand invites expressions of interest from individuals for placement on the CCANZ Advisory Panel. We are specifically interested in hearing from those with experience or involvement in the technology and business sector. The purpose of the Panel is to provide guidance on the governance and strategic direction of Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand. While the panellist […]

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CCANZ February 2017 newsletter

Come work for CCANZ! We’re looking for a new Public Lead here at Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand. Could it be you? Applications close next Friday, 10 February 2017. Please pass the link on to anyone you think would be interested. CCANZ funded til 2018 And we’re able to recruit for a new Public Lead […]

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CCANZ is searching for a new Public Lead

Great news! Due to funding certainty, we can now look for a new Public Lead to drive our programme through to June 2018. Are you passionate about the Internet, open licensing, open research and access, creativity and the free exchange of knowledge? Do you understand copyright and copyright licensing practice? Do you want to work […]

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CCANZ roadmap 2017-18

Due in large part to our confirmed funding from Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Hīkina Whakatutuki, we are pleased to be able to plan a full stream of work for 2017 and beyond. Download the new roadmap [.ods file]

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MBIE to fund CCANZ

We’re thrilled to start 2017 by announcing that the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Hīkina Whakatutuki is funding Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand until 2018. This funding from MBIE recognises the benefits to government departments and the wider public sector of having access to Creative Commons licences with the support of CCANZ. Funding will […]

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December 2016 newsletter

Creative Commons news We’re excited to welcome three new additions to our CCANZ Advisory Panel: Paula Eskett, Mark Crookston, and Jonathan Ball. Many thanks again to Carolyn Stuart and James Ting-Edwards for their service. Ka pai, GeoNet! It’s been pretty shaky times lately and we’re grateful to GeoNet for their excellent service. Did you know […]

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Welcoming three new CCANZ Advisory Panel members

We are delighted to welcome Paula Eskett (Education), Mark Crookston (Government) and Jonathan Ball (Community) to the Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand Advisory Panel. Paula is a Knowledge Curator at CORE Education. She is passionate about open education and has completed Creative Commons’ international Institute of Open Leadership programme. Mark is the Principal Advisor, Government Information […]

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Grab your copy of our book about CC in NZ!

We’re thrilled to have published  A Quiet Revolution: Growing Creative Commons in Aotearoa New Zealand. The past few years have seen a quiet, relatively well behaved, and entirely legal revolution in Aotearoa: the growth of a thriving Commons of works made available under Creative Commons open copyright licences. A Quiet Revolution tells Kiwi stories as diverse […]

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November 2016 newsletter

Creative Commons news Congratulations to our own Keitha Booth for her shortlisting in the prestigious international Open Data Awards! Keitha is up for the Individual Champion award. Fingers crossed! Open list of CC schools in NZ We welcome the two latest additions to the list of NZ schools that have a Creative Commons policy to enable […]

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