Creative Commons awarded $450,000 from the Arcadia Fund to support open access publishing for authors

Creative Commons is pleased to announce a grant award in the amount of $450,000 over 3 years from the Arcadia Fund, the charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin. Since its inception in 2001, Arcadia has awarded grants in excess of $331 million. Arcadia works to protect endangered culture and nature. Creative Commons will … Read More “Creative Commons awarded $450,000 from the Arcadia Fund to support open access publishing for authors”

Affiliate Project Grants Wrap Up

opensource.com / CC BY-SA One year ago, CC announced the Affiliate Project Grants to support and expand CC’s global network of dedicated experts. With a little help from Google, we were able to increase the capacity of CC’s Affiliates to undertake projects around the world benefiting a more free, open, and innovative internet. We received … Read More “Affiliate Project Grants Wrap Up”

NSF grantee opens up wind technology training materials for fellow grantees

WindTech TV, a collection of wind turbine technician training materials and simulation modules, is now available under a CC BY license. Developed as part of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education project, WindTech TV’s modules are aligned with industry standards and designed to be integrated into two-year college wind technology programs to sustain … Read More “NSF grantee opens up wind technology training materials for fellow grantees”

Creative Commons Announces Support Program for Department of Labor C3T Grantees

Creative Commons is pleased to announce we have been awarded a grant from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to provide support to successful applicants of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant program with our partnering organizations Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative, CAST, and the Washington State Board for Community … Read More “Creative Commons Announces Support Program for Department of Labor C3T Grantees”

Back to School: Open Courseware as a transition to college

As students around the world return to school, ccLearn blogs about the evolving education landscape, ongoing projects to improve educational resources, education technology, and the future of education. Browse the “Back to School” tag for more posts in this series. One aspect of open courseware* is its draw for potential students who are deciding where … Read More “Back to School: Open Courseware as a transition to college”