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Creative Commons Certificates

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Brief presentation on alpha launch of Creative Commons certificates at OEGlobal 17 in Cape Town.

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Creative Commons Certificates

  1. 1. Paul Stacey, Ryan Merkley, Kelsey Wiens, Cable Green March 9, 2017 Except where otherwise noted presentation licensed using Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 Images by Bryan Mathers http://bryanmmathers.com/
  2. 2. Why Needed? Growth of CC globally. Create a vibrant usable commons. From personal to organizational - need to skill up internal staff.
  3. 3. Funders Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Timeline Oct-2015 to Sep-2017
  4. 4. What Certificates? Comprehensive Specialized
  5. 5. Team Production team: ● Paul Stacey ● Kelsey Wiens ● Alan Levine ● Olga Belikov ● Kamil Śliwowski, and ● David Wiley Extended team: ● CC HQ ● Consultation - Affiliates, Government, Librarians, Educators ● Open source - publicCC Certification Team Photo by Alan Levine licensed CC
  6. 6. Design / Development Process What If? Video Responses https://certificates.creativecommons.org/what-if/ CC Certificate Workshop Washington DC 11-13-May-2016
  7. 7. Selected Subset of CORE
  8. 8. Plus Specialized Required & Specialized Electives
  9. 9. HACK THE CRED - 4 Part Deep Dive 1. Dialogue about who you are, where you work, what your role is, and interest in the CC certificates. Group those of you interested in the same certificate together. 2. Walk through each certificate including why needed, who it’s for, skills & knowledge being gained, duration, method of delivery & participation options, topic coverage & learning path, and how certificate is earned. 3. Option 1 get hands on with existing curricula & try learning activities including Quests. Option 2 contributing to authoring a unit still in development. 4. Orientation to the learning technologies and overall learning architecture Provide comments and recommendations using Hack The Cred Feedback Form.
  10. 10. https://certificates.creativecommons.org/
  11. 11. https://certificates.creativecommons.org/core/ https://certificates.creativecommons.org/lib/ https://certificates.creativecommons.org/edu/ https://certificates.creativecommons.org/gov/
  12. 12. Markdown Markdown D E V E L O P M E N T Authoring Use existing OER Draft Review QA automated process grabs markdown when you update WP page manual process Open source repository and Internet hosting service with distributed version control and content management functionality. Houses master version of all certificate content. CC edits and updates content here. Content available to others to fork. Free and open-source content management system with a plugin architecture and template system. Allows Github content to be organized and displayed as educational curricula. WP templates customize content display. Acts as master dev version of what certificates will look like to public.
  13. 13. P R O D U C T I O N html export from Dev M U L T I S I T E + + Quests Discussion Social community Applied Learning Activities Public Access Xml export Custom Versions

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