Digital Commons / Biens communs numériques

Digital Commons / Biens communs numériques


Digital Commons

ACACIA supports research on innovative models for the creation and use of content, as well as the production of knowledge-based products such as software. It also supports the development of researchers in this transdisciplinary area and especially the interests of lawyers, authors, librarians, academics, and artists, as well as entrepreneurs in stimulating the growth of alternative approaches to digital copyright.

Biens communs numériques

ACACIA appuiera la recherche sur des modèles novateurs pour la création et l’utilisation de contenu, de même que pour la production de produits fondés sur le savoir, tels que les logiciels. Il appuiera également le perfectionnement de chercheurs dans ce domaine transdisciplinaire, en encourageant spécialement les avocats, les auteurs, les bibliothécaires, les universitaires et les artistes, ainsi que les entrepreneurs, à explorer de nouvelles approches du droit d’auteur dans le secteur numérique.

Recent Submissions

  • Ouma, Marisella; Sihanya, Ben (Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town, 2009)
  • Armstrong, Chris; de Beer, Jeremy; Kawooya, Dick; Prabhala, Achal; Schonwetter, Tobias (Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town, 2010)
    The African Copyright and Access to Knowledge (ACA2K) Project acknowledges there are many barriers to access to learning materials, such as the high prices of books and student poverty; the project has also revealed that ...
  • Faye, Assane; Ndour, Nogaye; Seye, Mamadou (African Copyright and Access to Knowledge (ACA2K), 2009)
  • dos Santos, Fernando; Nhane, Julieta; Sitoi, Filipe (Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town, ZA, 2009)
    The African Copyright and Access to Knowledge (ACA2K) investigation into the copyright environment in Mozambique comes at an opportune time. Whereas the country faces challenges from the intersection of copyright and access ...
  • Aghrib, Said; El Moujaddidi, Noufissa; El Ouazzani, Abdelmalek (Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town, ZA, 2009)
    The copyright legal framework in Morocco has evolved on the basis of the development of international norms and the pressure applied by developed countries. This situation has widened the gap between the legal reality and ...
  • Schonwetter, Tobias; Ncube, Caroline; Chetty, Pria (Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town, ZA, 2009)
    South African Copyright and Access to Knowledge (ACA2K) research has demonstrated a correlation between a country’s copyright environment and access to learning materials in that country. The copyright environment encompasses ...
  • University of the Witwatersrand. LINK Centre (LINK Centre, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, ZA, 2005)