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Slides from Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Science Commons, CSIC/OECD Conference on Research Use of Patents, Madrid, May 2006 (1.4MB PDF)
“Open Content Licencing (OCL) for Open Educational Resources" paper presented by Brian Fitzgerald at the OECD Expert Meeting on Open Educational Resources in Malmö, Sweden on 6 and 7 February 2006.
B Fitzgerald and Nic Suzor, “Legal Issues For the Use of Free and Open Source Software in Government" (2005) 29 Melbourne University Law Review 412
B Fitzgerald and G Bassett (eds.), Legal Issues Relating to Free and Open Source Software (2003)
Pictured below, Brian Fitzgerald was a panelist at the Yale Access to Knowledge Conference on 23 April 2006.
Presentation at the Australian Research Information Infrastructure Committee (ARIIC) Projects Meeting on 30 March 2006.
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