U.S. K12 State Policy Recommendations for OER: Sign Letter of Support

second grade writing class / woodleywonderworks / CC BY Achieve (a nonpartisan education reform organization widely known for its CC BY licensed OER Rubrics) has developed policy recommendations with input from its OER Institute U.S. state partners for U.S. states to use OER as part of their college and career ready implementation plans. These recommendations … Read More “U.S. K12 State Policy Recommendations for OER: Sign Letter of Support”

TAACCCT Standout Vignettes

Starting with the first round of grants in 2011 Creative Commons and a team of partners have been actively supporting US Department of Labor (DOL), Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grantees. This multi-year, nearly $2 billion grant program provides funds to US community colleges who in partnership with industry, employers, and … Read More “TAACCCT Standout Vignettes”

Boston Children’s Hospital OPENPediatrics Launches Open Multimedia Library

Children’s Hospital, Boston, Mass. [front] / Boston Public LIbrary / No known copyright restrictions The OPENPediatrics program at Boston Children’s Hospital announced the launch today of a new open educational resource (OER), a multimedia library that presents animations and illustrations from OPENPediatrics instructional videos under CC BY-NC-SA for use by clinicians and academics in their own instructional … Read More “Boston Children’s Hospital OPENPediatrics Launches Open Multimedia Library”

CC goes to #Mozfest 2014

Creative Commons staff, affiliates, and supporters were active participants and contributors at this year’s Mozilla Festival, which has become an annual rallying point for the Open Web and our shared values. Our sessions covered a wide range of issues, from new technology, to open education and science, to working as an open organization. Thanks to … Read More “CC goes to #Mozfest 2014”