Access and Indigenous Knowledge (Open Access Week Panel and Q&A)
This is the second event in a series presented collaboratively by the Library and DVC Research. This session we are joined by Gnibi Wandarahn.
In this session, we will consider what Open means in the context of Indigenous Knowledge. Guided by the Gnibi Elders Principles, we will consider ethics when working with communities, access to material, open and closed knowledge and speaking rights.
The panel will be held at Lismore, Manning Clark room (in the Library) and videoconferenced to other locations:
- Coffs Harbour: M.LG.13
- Gold Coast: Library (Flexible learning space) - PLEASE NOTE the time difference, this session will be streamed at 12 noon - 1 pm Gold Coast time
For those unable to attend at this time, the session will be recorded and the recording made available from the Library and Research websites.
- Wednesday 23 October 2019
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Manning Clark Room
- All Campuses