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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Eve Gray from UCT’s Centre for Educational Technology, and a member of the Intellectual Property Law & Policy Research Unit, organised an international workshop on access & digital technologies for the Yale Global Academy. UCT’s IP Unit and the Yale … Continue reading