CC Global Summit 2021
Creative Commons (CC) annually holds the CC Global Summit events, bringing together experts from different fields with the purpose of spurring on debates and organising workshops related to Open Access. This year’s CC Global Summit 2021 will be a special event as Creative Commons celebrates 20 years!
The CC Global Summit 2021 will take place between 20 and 24 September 2021. During this time, a number of panels will be organized, which can be viewed here. On the following panels, you can also listen to dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M.:
– Remarkable Open Remote Education – is it Possible? Lessons from the Pandemic based on the European study, on 23. 9. 2021, at 13.00;
– Communicating copyright reform globally: local experiences for cross-border insights, on 23. 9. 2021, at 16.00;
– Panel CC 20th Anniversary, on 23.9. 2021, at 19.00.
You will be able to attend the CC Global Summit 2021 online completely free of charge. Welcome!
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