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Tohatoha launches book drive to help school libraries tackle and educate about online misinformation
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Tohatoha launches book drive to help school libraries tackle and educate about online misinformation

2 November 20202 November 2020

Non-profit seeks book title recommendations and funding via PledgeMe As non-profit group Tohatoha rolls out its new campaign to tackle online misinformation with The Glass Room exhibition this week, the organisation is also calling for funding support for a drive to give school libraries books to educate students on this challenging topic. The internationally renowned...

Exhibition exploring online misinformation set to tour NZ
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Exhibition exploring online misinformation set to tour NZ

2 November 20202 November 2020

Tohatoha and InternetNZ to bring ‘The Glass Room’ to Kiwi schools and libraries A globally successful public exhibition that explores how social media and the Internet have changed the way we interact with information online is set to visit New Zealand for the first time, with support from non-profit groups Tohatoha and InternetNZ. Called The...

Building a just and equitable digital world
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Building a just and equitable digital world

19 August 202019 August 2020

Tohatoha pivots its strategic direction for 2020 to focus on digital harms and risks AUCKLAND, 19 August 2020 – New Zealand non-profit Tohatoha announced a bold new strategic direction today, expanding the focus of its programme to prioritise education to prevent the spread of disinformation and misinformation online, build community understanding of the risks and...

Shouting Zeros and Ones
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Shouting Zeros and Ones

18 August 202018 August 2020

by Dr Andrew Chen –  Data flows around the world as computers trade in 0s and 1s, silently making decisions that affect all of us, every day. Meanwhile, we humans shout louder than ever before, spreading news and opinions through social media, polarising society and pitting ourselves against each other. What are the quiet, hidden...

Tohatoha releases poker-style card game to teach Creative Commons licensing
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Tohatoha releases poker-style card game to teach Creative Commons licensing

11 December 201814 August 2019

Just in time for Christmas, Tohatoha NZ has released a new educational card game that aims to teach players about Creative Commons licensing in a fun and engaging way. Designed by New Zealander Cam Findlay – open-source software and open data advocate, and Product Manager for the NZ Government’s open data service data.govt.nz – the...

Uploading Godzone
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Uploading Godzone

7 November 201814 August 2019

How a volunteer, stay-at-home mum is helping share Kiwi biodiversity with the world through Creative Commons licensing When Siobhan Leachman – a trained lawyer – returned home to New Zealand following a five-year OE in London with her boyfriend, she never imagined that her career would eventually involve an obsession with moths. Leachman – who...

New funding partnership for Tohatoha will help empower Kiwis to ‘create, share and innovate’
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New funding partnership for Tohatoha will help empower Kiwis to ‘create, share and innovate’

3 July 201824 July 2019

Stats NZ funding set to increase educational activity, advocacy and government focused workshops on Creative Commons licensing A new funding partner is empowering not-for-profit organisation Tohatoha – formerly known as Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand – to step up its activities and bring its advocacy for open access and open licensing to more Kiwis than...

Welcoming three new CCANZ Advisory Panel members
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Welcoming three new CCANZ Advisory Panel members

22 November 201622 November 2016

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...

New video about CC for Kiwi teachers
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New video about CC for Kiwi teachers

7 December 20157 December 2015

We’re proud to have just published a new video, with the help of the talented folks at Mohawk Media: CC Pukeko, explaining Creative Commons for Kiwi teachers.   CC Pukeko from CreativeCommons AotearoaNZ on Vimeo.

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