Post all informational material regarding the Free Culture movement here. To learn how, use the tutorial.
- Customizable blocks logo - Simplified and easily adjusted vector version of the blocks from the banner on the homepage by Tom
- Intro Fliers from UFlorida (and en espanol) by Gavin
- General flier - Short introductory Free Culture flier by Rebekah and Nicholas
- Longer general flier - Longish introductory Free Culture flier by Rebekah
- Creators flier - Creative Commons flier for artists by Amanda
- Suggestions for action - Suggestions for how to get involved in Free Culture by Amanda
- General Recruitment Poster not subject specific, just to get people who already know a bit about free culture to come to the initial meeting.
- General Meeting Info Flier - Quick flier for our first chapter meeting at Fordham Law School, mainly using excerpts from other fliers from this website by Joe Dempsey
Example Fliers for papering your campus:
Post flyers, information, and tips on reaching various existing clubs and campus groups.
- Computer tech groups - Linux users groups, and techie/nerd clubs in general.
- Student artists - This includes Starving Artists, Student Art Corps, Photo Clubs, Poetry and Literary Clubs, Anime Clubs, etc.
- Student musicians - Student musician networks and garage bands. Also, students who sponsor and organize campus music venues.
- GNU Linux Flier - Targeted more specifically at members of the Free Software and GNU/Linux movements.
- Radio Flier - How industry control of radio is bad and how Free Culture helps.
- Biotech Flier - How big biotech corporations stifle innovation.
- Protect Your Right to Tinker - Why engineers, inventors, and garage-workshop enthusiasts everywhere should care about the Free Culture movement.
- Non-specific Writers - Why writers (and others) should care.
- Visual Artists Flier - Why visual artists should care.
- Computer Science Majors - Flier for computer scientists.
- Free Culture Glossaries - Handouts explaining basic terms.