Our new book was released to Kickstarter backers today and will be available at the CC Global Summit and in wide release May 5.
Paul helps government, organizations, and businesses around the world adopt Creative Commons based open policy, business models, and practices. Paul excels at facilitating and supporting groups in defining strategies and implementation practices for Creative Commons use. He is an advocate for the commons as a means of maximizing citizen participation in culture and creating a more equitable and sustainable economy.
Paul has over 25 years of technology, online learning, and open education experience in both the public and private sectors. Prior to Creative Commons Paul helped found BCcampus and its open education initiative. Paul holds four degrees including an MEd in Adult Learning and Global Change. He lives just outside Vancouver Canada where he enjoys gardening and the Pacific Northwest wilderness.
OEGlobal 17 provided a forum to celebrate and reflect on open education advancements over the past 10 years and consider new ways to broaden and deepen open education efforts going forward.
With Creative Commons now being used by people all over the world to openly license over a billion pieces of content, a good working knowledge of what Creative Commons is and how it works is critical. Creative Commons is developing a series of certificates to provide organizations and individuals with a range of options for … Read More “Help Us Build Creative Commons Certificates – Open Community Call”