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Program Thursday 2 March


8:30 Registration
9:15

Welcome and Introductions from the Chair
Conference chaired by stimulating IP commentators including Catharine Lumby and Graham Greenleaf.

9:30 Launch of the RSA Adelphi Charter on creativity innovation and intellectual property. John Howkins (UK)
10:15 Intellectual Property - Does it reward the rent-seekers or creators? Peter Drahos (ANU)
11:00 Morning tea
11.25 Digital makes a difference; creators and the public domain. The Spender sisters.
12:00

Keeping ahead of the game: workplace learning in a rapidly changing media environment. Insights from the national broadcaster. Jenny Ferber (Head
ABC Learning)

12:40 Lunch
1:30 Open content licensing and a fair go for creatives in a digital environment

Panel: Moderated by Roger Clarke (Xamax Consultancy)

e-Learning: James Dalziel (MELCOE)
Collecting Society: Simon Lake (Screenrights)
Publisher: Michelle Carlyle (Pearson Education)
Creative Commons: Brian Fitzgerald (QUT)
Legal: Anne Flahvin (Baker MacKenzies)

2:30 The impact of technology on knowledge diffusion.
Evan Arthur DEST
3:00 Collecting Societies in the digital age: the way forward Caroline Morgan (CAL)
3:15 Afternoon Tea
3:35

2006 Launch of AEShareNet Instant Licences by Pare Keiha (AUT,
New Zealand)

3:50

The final words:

A consumer perspective chaired by Louise Sylvan - ACCC

John Howkins
Libby Jeffery (Momento)
Kevin Sumption (Powerhouse Museum)
Gordon Renouf (ACA)

4:45 Wrap up from Chair
5:00 Close

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