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Last Chance to get tickets to the Australian Digital Alliance Forum

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Come join us next Friday (13 February) at the National Library Canberra and catch up with all the news of copyright developments and considerations of what’s to come.  You’re running out of time to get tickets, so book now through trybooking.

(The forum is fully catered, please indicate dietary requirements when booking.)

Program: ADA Copyright Forum
13 February 2015 at the National Library of Australia Canberra

9:00   Welcome

9:10   ‘FAIR:  Libraries campaigning for copyright reform’

Sue McKerracher: Executive Director Australian Library and Information Association

9:30   Keynote Address: ‘An information revolution for the blind’

Maryanne Diamond AO: General Manager advocacy and engagement at Vision Australia, immediate past-  President World Blind Union

10:00   ‘Making use of digital archives: HathiTrust, digitisation and accessible repositories’

Dr Nicolas Suzor: Senior Law Lecturer QUT and Creative Commons Australia Policy Lead

10:15    ‘Archiving democracy: the Australian Government Archive’

Alison Dellitt: Director Australian Collections Management & Paul Koerbin: Manager Web Archiving NLA

10:30  Morning Tea

11:00   The ANZAC tradition: 100 years on from WWI

Robyn Van Dyk: Head Research Centre, Australian War Memorial

Elise Edmonds: Curator WWI State Library of NSW

11:30   ‘International trends and innovations’

Professor Jill McKeough: Professor UTS Law School, former Commissioner for ALRC copyright review

12:00   Lunch

13:00   Keynote Address: ‘Knowledge Unlatched: New frontiers in open access’

Dr Lucy Montgomery: Deputy Director Knowledge Unlatched & Principal Research Fellow Curtin   University

13:30   ‘Inbuilt licensing: Creative Commons and government records’

Baden Appleyard: National Program Director AusGOAL

13:45   ‘School’s open: Developments in open educational resources’

Jessica Smith: National Copyright Officer, National Copyright Unit, COAG Education Council

14:00   ‘Reboot: open licensing in Australia’

14:15   Vox Pops: understanding copyright

Alexander Vulkanovski: EFA

14:30   Afternoon tea

15:00   Safe harbours

Associate Professor Kimberlee Weatherall, Sydney University Law School

15:15   Tech panel: effective governance

Damian Kassaabgi (Google); Shoshana Shields (eBay); Rob Gregory (Maddocks/Internet Society);

Chair Laurie Patton (Internet Society of Australia),

16:00   Charlotte Harper (Founder Editia Digital Publishing), Scott Bridges (Award winning author and half of @Rudd2000), Melinda Smith (2014 Prime Minister’s Literary Award winning poet)
Moderator: Nikki Anderson (Program Manager, Australian Writer’s Week Beijing)

17:00   Close

If you cannot be at the Forum, Internet NZ has saved the day, sponsoring a live stream of the program.

We are also incredibly grateful to our other sponsors, Maddocks, Internet Society of Australia and the National Library of Australia.

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