[Cc-nz] All of govt. approach to CC

Sutherland, Paul Paul.Sutherland at ccc.govt.nz
Thu Aug 27 02:01:41 EDT 2009

Exciting stuff - something to read tonite

I wonder can a document be
And licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 New Zealand


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Subject: [Cc-nz] All of govt. approach to CC

I'm excited to announce that the draft version of the New Zealand
Government Open Access and Licensing framework (NZGOAL) has just been
released for public feedback. The release of NZGOALF is part of the Open
Government Information and Data Re-use Project led by the New Zealand
State Services Commission in partnership with, among others, the ICT
Group at the Department of Internal Affairs.

The framework will enable greater access to many public sector works by
encouraging State Services agencies to license material for reuse on
liberal terms, and recommends Creative Commons as an important tool in
this process.

Check out our website at www.creativecommons.org.nz for links to the
draft and an official statement from Creative Commons Aotearoa and Te
Whainga Aronui The Council for the Humanities.

Kind regards


Jane Hornibrook
Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand
Ph  +64 4 472 9488
Cel +64 2761 98139
A project of the Council for the Humanities www.humanities.org.nz
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