First Users of FfE Licence Marks
The following organisations are the first to apply the 'Free for Education' (FfE) licence marks to their website. This list will be updated regularly as other organisations follow suit.
The Association of Women Educators (AWE) supports participation and advancement
of women and girls in education, both in terms of women pursuing careers in
education and the education that is received by girls and women as well as
eliminating discrimination in curriculum and policy. They have applied the
FfE licence mark to their website, giving free access to some important information.
The Australian Association of Career Counsellors (AACC) is a national organisation
that provides information about careers to people wanting to enter the workforce
or change their existing career. They also provide support and guidance to
career counsellors. The FfE licence mark can be seen prominently on the front
page of the website.
The Australian Democrats' website contains many articles and news items about
the Democrats' policies and activities. They have applied the FfE licence
mark to every page of the website, allowing access to a broad range of information
for educational purposes.
The Cancer Council of Northern Territory provides information and support
to cancer sufferers and their families. They have placed the FfE licence mark
on every page of their website to allow full access to information for educational
The Centre for Genetic Education is dedicated to providing current and relevant
genetics information to individuals and family members affected by genetic
conditions and the professionals who work with them. They have a number of
interesting fact sheets available for educational purposes.
The South Australian arm of the Democrats have made all content on their
website free for educational purposes by applying the FfE licence mark. This
includes news items and articles about the party's policies and activities.
Education Exchange is offering their Education Exchange Creator system free
of charge to educators with the application of the FfE licence mark to the
Creator web page. Educators can create and run on-line assessments, track
assignment delivery and submission and manage their own Learning Events by
using this system. It is designed for corporate training of employees but
has many other applications.
Education Exchange has also placed the FfE licence mark on the page containing
their News items.
Manly Warringah Community College provides quality Adult and Community Education
services through classes and on-line learning. The College has many interesting
resources and items on their website. The student information and resources
are particularly useful and informative. The FfE licence mark is prominently
displayed on the front page of the website.
Pennant Software, who specialises in resources for learning languages other
than English, has applied the FfE licence mark to seven French/English Crossword
Senator Bartlett has applied the FfE licence mark to his personal website,
giving access to articles, stories and news items for educational purposes.
This page describes courses available through the Department of Media Study
at SUNY. The descriptions are for courses in subjects like Collecting,
Cultural Theory & Data-Based Art and Screen Theory and others.These
descriptions offer some interesting tidbits about the subjects and the theory
that will be explored.
Vocational Education and Training Accreditation Board's (VETAB) website is
an important reference point for training organisations. The FfE mark has
been applied to the whole website, allowing free use of any of the materials
about registering or operating as an RTO, course accreditation and information
about overseas students.