Creative Commons Licensing Seminar

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Join Michael Carroll on August 31, 2010, from 2:00 until 5:00 PM ET, as he discusses how Creative Commons licensing provides intellectual property flexibility to institutions and helps individuals easily manage their creative rights. Mr. Carroll, J.D., Washington College of Law, American University, is a founding member of Creative Commons and currently serves on its Board of Directors as an advisor to the Science Commons and ccLearn projects.

Renew your Center for Intellectual Property membership or become a new member — either yourself ($60) or your institution ($500) — by August 23…and you may attend this free seminar and continue to take advantage of additional member benefits for the next year.


Rather than signing up as an individual member, you may want to encourage your institution to become a member of the CIP Community.  For $500 a year, your entire institution may benefit from membership that includes: discounts on educational programming and consultation services; access to on-going free community conversations about copyright; legislative alerts; and access to the community file library. These benefits extend to all the institution employees. Visit our institutional membership page at for more details.

If your institution signs up during this pre-sale, participation in the seminar on Creative Commons licensing is FREE for anyone employed at your institution. Contact us to find out how.

Complete the membership the form at for your community access today!