*NB this is NOT a text paper. This is an audio & multimedia paper - a one hour, enhanced podcast of the multimedia presentation, recording of the conference presentation and Q/A from audience. This presentation examines the ways in which fil year undergraduate students are taking a central role in the development of and responsibility for their learning. They do so through the creation of origil digital products: musical compositions, concert performances and self-reflective radio-styled broadcasts. Because the work is in the public domain, students are supported by coursework and a range of knowledge transfer opportunities re. Intellectual Property in the digital arts, culmiting in academic peer review of their material and subsequent Creative Commons contractual processes not dissimilar to accepted professiol standards for academic publication. This interactive session will explore these links.
CreateWorld 2006 (2006)
Brisbane, Griffith Univeristy South Bank
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