AEShareNet | Making the Most of Creativity: In the Public Interest
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Thursday 2 March - Sharing knowledge and rewarding innovation
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The Spender Sisters and Catharine Lumby

The Spender Sisters presentation - Digital Makes a Difference
L-R Lynne Spender (Digital Generation), Catharine Lumby
(Sydney University) and dale spender (AHOOT Consulting).

John Howkins and Dennis Macnamara

Keynote speaker John Howkins (RSA Adelphi Charter) (left) and
Dennis Macnamara (AEShareNet)

Evan Arthur

Evan Arthur (DEST) during his presentation: The impact of technology
on knowledge diffusion.

Open content licensing and a fair go for creatives in a digital environment - Panel Session

Open content licensing and a fair go for creatives in a digital environment - Panel Session.
L-R Roger Clarke (Xamax Consultancy), James Dalziel (Macquarie E-Learning Centre of Excellence),Brian Fitzgerald (Law School, QUT), Michelle Carlyle (Pearson Education Australia), Simon Lake (Screenrights), Patrick Fair (Baker and McKenzie)

Lynne Spender (Digital Generation) and Ian McDonald (Copyright Council)

Lynne Spender (Digital Generation) and Ian McDonald (Copyright Council)
on the balcony of Customs House, discussing the days events over cocktails.

AEShareNet's General Manager Carol Fripp and Aphrodite Noikou

AEShareNet's General Manager Carol Fripp (left) and Aphrodite Noikou (TAFE South Australia)

Conference attendees enjoying the day

Conference attendees enjoying the day.