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CC Global Summit Logo Winner

    Congratulations to Naresh Agrawal, the winner of the Creative Commons Global Summit logo competition. Naresh said, “I found the work of your organization inspiring and thought that it would be great to be a part of your journey.” We received nearly 50 logo submissions. Thanks so much to everyone who entered the contest, … Read More “CC Global Summit Logo Winner”

Obama administration should require sharing of federally funded educational resources under Creative Commons licenses

White House by Diego Cambiaso, available under the CC BY-SA license. Today, Creative Commons and a broad coalition of education, library, technology, public interest, and legal organizations are calling upon the White House to take administrative action to ensure that federally funded educational materials are made available as Open Educational Resources (OER) for the public … Read More “Obama administration should require sharing of federally funded educational resources under Creative Commons licenses”

Announcing the first round of Global Summit keynote speakers

We’re happy to announce the first set of keynote speakers for the 2015 Creative Commons Global Summit: Lila Tretikov, Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation Yochai Benkler, author and law professor at Harvard Law School Julia Reda, Member of the European Parliament and rapporteur of the Parliament’s review of the EU Copyright Directive Ryan Merkley, … Read More “Announcing the first round of Global Summit keynote speakers”