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Creative Commons (CC) Certificate: available in Yorùbá, Burmese and Turkish!

The CC Certificate is a global learning opportunity covering open licensing and the ethos of sharing. The Certificate is built with the intention of adaptation and remix. While the CC Certificate courses address (1) educators, (2) academic librarians, and (3) the galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAM) communities, everyone is welcome. We seek opportunities to … Read More “Creative Commons (CC) Certificate: available in Yorùbá, Burmese and Turkish!”

You can now rewatch the 2021 CC Global Summit Panel Presentations!

Last week, we released the five keynotes from CC Summit 2021. This week, we’re back with seven panel presentations from the event. Our Summit panels this year featured thought leaders, pioneers and community members who shared their insights on emerging trends and innovations in Open. Whether you missed them live or want to replay them … Read More “You can now rewatch the 2021 CC Global Summit Panel Presentations!”

Join us at ‘The Future of Open’ Webinar on 9 November!

CC Policy Working Groups In May this year, we announced that four working groups of the Creative Commons Copyright Platform would examine policy issues affecting the open ecosystem. For the past five months, they have worked vigorously to provide clearer articulation of the issues and consider possible solutions in four areas:  Working Group 1 — … Read More “Join us at ‘The Future of Open’ Webinar on 9 November!”

Creative Commons Announces New Board Members: Angela Oduor Lungati, Glenn Otis Brown & Jeni Tennison

On behalf of the entire Creative Commons Board of Directors, I am delighted to announce the appointment of three new members of the Board: Glenn Otis Brown, Angela Oduor Lungati, and Jeni Tennison. Glenn is one of CC’s original architects: he was our Executive Director from 2002-2005, and then served on the Board from 2009-2012. … Read More “Creative Commons Announces New Board Members: Angela Oduor Lungati, Glenn Otis Brown & Jeni Tennison”