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Announcing the editorial board for NZCommons
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Announcing the editorial board for NZCommons

6 November 20146 November 2014

Creative Commons Aotearoa NZ is delighted to announce the founding members of the editorial board of NZCommons: Andy Neale — DigitalNZRichard White — University of OtagoTim McNamara — Science communicationAnton Angelo — University of CanterburyPhilothea Flynn — Heritage and rightsShane Cummings — APNNigel Robertson — University of WaikatoJo Wheway — Maraetai Beach SchoolKaraitiana Taiuru —...

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CCANZ October newsletter

8 October 20148 October 2014

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!...

We Want an Editorial Board for NZCommons
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We Want an Editorial Board for NZCommons

3 October 20143 October 2014

In the middle of the year, we launched NZCommons, a community site for information and discussion on opening New Zealand’s culture and knowledge for sharing and reuse. As the site develops, we want it to be of use to as many communities as possible, including teachers, librarians, data users, government employees, researchers, students, artists and...

CCANZ September newsletter
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CCANZ September newsletter

23 September 201423 September 2014

Introducing our new Communications Lead This month Elizabeth Heritage has joined Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand as our new Comms Lead. Elizabeth joins us from the publishing industry and will be working two days a week. Welcome! We’ve Moved! The new affiliate host of Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand is the Open Education Resource Foundation. Many thanks to our previous...

We're Hiring
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We're Hiring

29 July 201429 July 2014

We are offering a position for a skilled person to work at Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand, based in central Wellington. Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand is a non-profit based in Wellington that provides free legal tools and advocates for free and open access to publicly funded copyright works, including research and educational resources. This...

We're Moving to the OER Foundation
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We're Moving to the OER Foundation

11 July 201411 July 2014

On behalf of Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand, I’m excited to announce that we’re moving affiliate hosts to the Open Education Resource Foundation. This will mark the end of our four year affiliate relationship with the Royal Society of New Zealand. CCANZ came to the Royal Society in 2010, after the Council for the Humanities...

Join the Creative Commons Aotearoa NZ Advisory Panel
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Join the Creative Commons Aotearoa NZ Advisory Panel

3 July 20143 July 2014

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand invite 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 education or technology/business. The purpose of the Panel is to provide guidance on the governance and strategic direction of Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand,...

Nethui Meetup: Generation Open
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Nethui Meetup: Generation Open

24 June 201424 June 2014

Wednesday 9 July, 2014 5.15 to 6.30pm Sky City, Auckland. Room TBD Free Over the last four years, New Zealand’s culture and knowledge has become indisputably more open. Schools, universities, libraries, public agencies and artists from across the country are now releasing their work into the commons, for everyone to share and reuse. The commons...

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Announcing the Creative Commons Media Studies Textbook

13 February 201413 February 2014

MEDIA RELEASE 13 February 2014 The Media Text Hack Group is proud to release v1 of the hacked Media Studies Textbook, following a highly successful remote collaboration with participants from across New Zealand and Australia. The project was spearheaded by Dr Erika Pearson, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Media, Film and Communication  University of...

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Want to Join the CCANZ Panel?

27 September 201227 September 2012

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand and its affiliate host, the Royal Society of New Zealand, invite 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 Māori knowledge groups and those vested in the study of and advocacy for Mātauranga...