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Jonathan Barnbrook on his CC-licensed art for David Bowie’s Blackstar

Jonathan Barnbrook is a world-renowned artist who has worked extensively in a variety of media including film, typography, and graphic design. He was also a close collaborator of David Bowie, and created the cover artwork for the musician’s last four albums. Sadly, Bowie died in January, just two days after the release of his final … Read More “Jonathan Barnbrook on his CC-licensed art for David Bowie’s Blackstar

CC Talks With: David Liao: Open Courseware and CC Licenses

Last week a researcher and educator by the name of David Liao contacted our team at Creative Commons about open courseware he had created, which we tweeted: "A mathematical way to think about biology." Really well put-together CC BY-SA course. http://t.co/U1GrsUywer @lookatphysics #oer — Creative Commons (@creativecommons) March 25, 2013 I sat down last Wednesday … Read More “CC Talks With: David Liao: Open Courseware and CC Licenses”

[Re-]Introducing Greg Grossmeier, Education Technology & Policy Coordinator

Greg Grossmeier was a CC intern, community assistant, and for the last year and a half, a volunteer fellow. He is rejoining CC staff as Education Technology and Policy Coordinator, initially focused on the Learning Resource Metadata Initiative. How did you get involved in CC initially? It all started back when I was a student … Read More “[Re-]Introducing Greg Grossmeier, Education Technology & Policy Coordinator”

Pete Forsyth and the Wikimedia Public Policy Initiative: Open Education and Policy

Pete Forsyth lives and breathes wikis. He is owner and lead consultant at Wiki Strategies, and has extensive experience in working within online peer production communities, specifically the production of open educational resources (OER) using wiki-based web sites like Wikipedia. Forsyth was the Wikimedia Foundation’s first Public Outreach Officer and key architect of the Wikipedia Public Policy … Read More “Pete Forsyth and the Wikimedia Public Policy Initiative: Open Education and Policy”