Catherine Casserly on Open Educational Resources

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has been a tremendous supporter of Creative Commons and our new educational division, ccLearn. The foundation’s newsletter just published a great interview with Catherine Casserly, their Program Officer for Open Educational Resources. Here are a couple excerpts: Aren’t copyright laws an obstacle to all of this? Traditionally, they have … Read More “Catherine Casserly on Open Educational Resources”

CC Salon London

CC Salon London is back and hosting its final event of 2007, dedicated to more discussion and debate on the subjects of art, technology, copyright and free culture: “This time round we’ll be joined by Jordan Hatcher (blog), a lawyer and legal consultant specializing in intellectual property and technology law, who will present and discuss … Read More “CC Salon London”

We are looking for PR help!

As you might already be aware, Creative Commons’ fifth anniversary celebration is next month. This milestone provides us with a great opportunity to let the world know about all of the amazing things our community has accomplished over the past few years. As such, we’re looking for a public relations expert to work with us … Read More “We are looking for PR help!”

Steal This Film (Part Two)

The League of Noble Peers has done it again. Steal This Film Part II, the appropriately named sequel to Steal This Film Part I, is coming soon (if not already) to a tracker near you. The film, although regrettably not under a CC license, features interviews with Lawrence Liang, Siva Vaidhyanathan, Fred von Lohmann, and … Read More “Steal This Film (Part Two)”