Clyde Street

Learning, Teaching, Performing

Considering Intellectual Property


This Friday (11 June), the Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra is hosting a mini conference to discuss intellectual property. Leigh Blackall and James Neill are leading the conference organisation and providing rich information about it through Wikiversity.

I am looking forward to facilitating discussion at the conference. There is a fascinating line up of speakers and attendees. I had been thinking about using ScribbleLive but will use Twitter #UCIP for updates. I hope to blog live too but will see! The Wikiversity page will have all the news!

For those who would like to follow a live stream of the event please see this Ustream channel.

If you wish to attend the conference is in University of Canberra (North Access) Building 6, Level B, Room 45 (6B45). Location map.

Photo Credit

Afterwards Tom and Eric weren’t exactly sure at which point during their discussion the elephant had entered the room


I was very surprised to see that David Blackwell’s picture did not appear frequently in the Google images (I found it in a Flickr Creative Commons search). There is one link to it deep in the Google search pages. I think it is a great picture and am delighted that it includes this sign.

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

2 thoughts on “Considering Intellectual Property

  1. What a great photo!

    I think we’ll just have to project that in between speakers, and for anyone going without slides 🙂

  2. I like the small sign at the front of the picture. I have updated the post to include it.

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