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Monday, August 22 • 15:15 - 16:15
Don't take a gamble: How to open license your work for others to reuse
How do we make the most of copyright in an open, connected world? 

The components of making your work reusable by others is like a game of cards. You need to assemble a winning hand and play it to show others your intentions. In this workshop, you find out how to make the most of copyright in an open, connected world. It will cover the practical implications of how to best licence your work so more people can pick it up, learn from it, use it and innovate faster. Keitha and Cam will cover both Creative Commons and Open Source Software licensing covering everything from information, content, data and software. The session will guide you through how to best play your licensing cards and open up your work for a greater digital commons in New Zealand.

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Keitha Booth

Creative Commons
Keitha Booth is continuing to actively lead, advise and commentate on the New Zealand information scene. From 2008 to December 2015, Keitha led the NZ Open Government Information and Data Programme. She played a key role in developing government's current information policies, all of which promote open licensing as a fundamental principle. As an independent consultant Keitha has worked this year as Interim Public Lead, Creative Commons Aotearoa... Read More →
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Cam Findlay

Open source advocate, socio-technologist & consultant
Cam has spent the better part of a decade in the technology industry with a passion for open source, social learning and communities as tacit knowledge stores. He has a cross-discipline background in web development, community management, Agile methodologies and business information systems. A foot in both the people and technical aspects of the industry!  Cam has worked for award winning organisations in online music education and open... Read More →

Monday August 22, 2016 15:15 - 16:15
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