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CREATIVE COMMONS AND EDUCATION – ARE WE THERE YET?
A UKSG event

Website: http://www.uksg.org/webinars/creativecommons
Date: Tuesday 9 June 2015
Time: 1400 BST
Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A (up to 60 minutes maximum if there is sufficient demand for an extended Q&A)

Speaker:
Joscelyn Upendran, Co-founder of Zilpa

Join Joscelyn for a look at Creative Commons licences, their impact and use in education.
This is a free webinar and open to all. If you are interested, but unable to join the live event, please register anyway as a recording will be made available to all who register.

For more information and to register, please visit http://www.uksg.org/webinars/creativecommons

Feedback from May’s webinar: “Open Access is a complex and potentially very contentious area, e.g. academic freedom to publish.  So amongst all the conflicting mandates and policies it was really useful to have the institutional role so clearly delineated – and an action plan to follow up on.” – Candace Guite, University of Stirling
92% of survey respondents would recommend May’s webinar.

Thank you for your attention. I do hope you can join us.
Maria
Maria Campbell
Digital Communications Associate, UKSG
E: maria@uksg.org
UKSG webinars: www.uksg.org/webinars

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