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Creative Commons is working with Information Systems and Innovation Group (ISIG) – Department of Management to create UK: England & Wales jurisdiction-specific licenses from the generic Creative Commons licenses.
CC UK England & Wales List
Overall Project Lead: Professor Ian Angell
Public Project Lead: Dr. Christian Ahlert.
More about Information Systems and Innovation Group (ISIG) – Department of Management
The Information Systems and Innovation Group has joined with other departments to form a new Department of Management in 2006. This is enabling us to develop and expand all our current areas of teaching and research and has opened up new areas for joint work.
We continue to research and teach in a wide range of IS topics and to develop our approach of the social study of information and communication technologies. We are engaged in a wide range of research in topics ranging from the experiences of individuals as they use information technology, to the management of large organisational systems, and national and worldwide policies, trends and standards.
Since its establishment in 2006 to integrate management-related units at theLSE, the Department of Management has won praise for its uniquely sophisticated degree programmes that combine the study of management with the Schoolís renowned social sciences perspective. Our courses are designed to serve a diverse international student body and global corporate recruiters.
Creative Commons would like to thank the former project leads, Damian Tambini, Annabelle Littoz-Monet, Christian Ahlert, Prodromos Tsiavos, and David Tannenbaum who in a shared effort adapted the CC licenses to UK: England and Wales copyright law; the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy at Oxford University, for the extensive work done so far and their continuing support.