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Of possible interest. Apologies for cross-posting. Adrian ---
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Thank you Adrian! I am definitely going to put this on my calendar. Sounds like you got a very good group together.

Question, what is the copyright you have assigned to your poster and image? The image was great! Whoever did your image and layout could probably come up with a more attractive logo than the one we have been discussing all week.

-- Robin

Robin Donaldson,  Ph.D.
Director, Open Access Textbooks Project
Project Manager, The Orange Grove repository
Florida Distance Learning Consortium
850-922-3107
rdonaldson@distancelearn.org  



On 2/27/12 5:33 PM, "Adrian Ho" <adrian.ho@UWO.CA> wrote:

Of possible interest.  Apologies for cross-posting.

Adrian


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Hi Robin, Actually I'm not involved in the organization of the event at Athabasca. I received the message from another mailing list and forwarded it to this list for folks' information. I suggest you contact Tony Tin (tonyt@athabascau.ca) or Rachel Conroy (rachelc@athabascau.ca). They are the fantastic people who put together the event. Thanks. Adrian On 28/02/2012 9:12 AM, Robin Donaldson wrote: > > Thank you Adrian! I am definitely going to put this on my calendar. > Sounds like you got a very good group together. > > Question, what is the copyright you have assigned to your poster and > image? The image was great! Whoever did your image and layout could > probably come up with a more attractive logo than the one we have been > discussing all week. > > -- Robin > > Robin Donaldson, Ph.D. > Director, Open Access Textbooks Project > > Project Manager, The Orange Grove repository > Florida Distance Learning Consortium > 850-922-3107 > rdonaldson@distancelearn.org > > > > On 2/27/12 5:33 PM, "Adrian Ho" > wrote: > > Of possible interest. Apologies for cross-posting. > > Adrian > > > ---
Hi Andrian, Ok, I will reach out them and let you know if they will license the image with a CC BY license. Thanks, Robin On 2/28/12 1:19 PM, "Adrian Ho" wrote: >Hi Robin, > >Actually I'm not involved in the organization of the event at Athabasca. > I received the message from another mailing list and forwarded it to >this list for folks' information. I suggest you contact Tony Tin >(tonyt@athabascau.ca) or Rachel Conroy (rachelc@athabascau.ca). They >are the fantastic people who put together the event. Thanks. > >Adrian > > >On 28/02/2012 9:12 AM, Robin Donaldson wrote: >> >> Thank you Adrian! I am definitely going to put this on my calendar. >> Sounds like you got a very good group together. >> >> Question, what is the copyright you have assigned to your poster and >> image? The image was great! Whoever did your image and layout could >> probably come up with a more attractive logo than the one we have been >> discussing all week. >> >> -- Robin >> >> Robin Donaldson, Ph.D. >> Director, Open Access Textbooks Project >> >>>db0ef65d8&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.openaccesstextbooks.org%2f> >> Project Manager, The Orange Grove repository >> Florida Distance Learning Consortium >> 850-922-3107 >> rdonaldson@distancelearn.org >> >> >> >> On 2/27/12 5:33 PM, "Adrian Ho" > > wrote: >> >> Of possible interest. Apologies for cross-posting. >> >> Adrian >> >> >> ---
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