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A Quick Look at the CC Strategic Workshop on Open Heritage

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A group of people standing together looking at the camera in a green garden. Cropped, Open Culture Strategic Workshop by Filipa Alfama, CC BY 4.0

One year after Creative Commons (CC) hosted an exploratory Open Culture Roundtable, in Lisbon, Portugal, which initiated the Towards a Recommendation on Open Culture (TAROC) global initiative, nearly 50 stakeholders from all continents gathered again for a strategic workshop, in Lisbon in May 2024. In this blog post, we share a snapshot of key highlights.

Recap & Recording: “Open Culture in the Age of AI: Concerns, Hopes and Opportunities”

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Black and grey image of speckled orbs in the background. In the foreground the text reads An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe. Plate XXXI. ”. By Thomas Wright. Public Domain

In May, CC’s Open Culture Program hosted a new webinar in our Open Culture Live series titled “Open Culture in the Age of AI: Concerns, Hopes and Opportunities.” In this blog post we share key takeaways and a link to the recording.

Institutional Giving Manager

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Creative Commons is looking for a skilled, proactive, and creative Institutional Giving Manager to manage and help grow our portfolio of foundation and corporate gifts. The Institutional Giving Manager will report to the Director of Development. They will be primarily responsible for institutional prospecting, proposal writing, and grants administration. The Institutional Giving Manager will: Manage…

The CC Open Education Platform Funds Five New Community Projects

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Image of people on the top of a verdant mountain, which is on top of a skateboard. Together We Can Move Mountains” by Steve McCarthy for Fine Acts x OBI is licensed via https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/.

Thanks to the CC Open Education Platform community’s time proposing projects and voting on the  proposals, we now have five winning ideas to advance open education globally. CC will fund five projects in 2024, spanning Brazil, Ghana, Nepal, and Nigeria. The CC Open Education Platform is also funding ongoing global community work supporting the UNESCO…

Join the Creative Commons Board of Directors

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We are now welcoming nominations to the CC Board of Directors. Each year, we seek nominations from the Creative Commons community for thoughtful and talented individuals invested in the future of the organization. The CC Board of Directors guides the strategic direction of Creative Commons, provides valuable expertise in key programmatic areas, and champions the…

Time for a Refresh

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Print shows a futuristic view of air travel over Paris as people leave the Opera. Many types of aircraft are depicted including buses and limousenes, police patrol the skies, and women are seen driving their own aircraft. Le Sortie de l'opéra en l'an 2000 by A. Robida - Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division - Public Domain.

The CC team has been evaluating our progress toward our 2021-2025 strategy. Through that process, we have noticed the ways we have been organically adjusting to the social and technical shifts around us, as well as the ebbs and flows of funding availability. It would be an understatement to say that much has changed since…

Open Culture Platform Activity Fund Winners 2024

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Green and orange flowers illustrated in a scientific style. Plate 82” from Ernst Haeckel’s Kunstformen der Natur (1904), in which are depicted a selection of liverworts. Public Domain.

As part of the Open Culture Platform’s 2024 work plan, we at Creative Commons are offering funding for community activities. We called for proposals and invited the community to vote on the activities. The projects needed to have a focus on building community through outreach and helping institutions move toward open. Here are the four…