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Cable Green                  Paul StaceyDirector of Global Learning   Senior Project Manager
“Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of theInternet – universal access to research, education, an...
“Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards     legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes         digital c...
Crowd Source CC Ideas http://bit.ly/ccideas
1.0 – December 2002      2.0 – May 2004                 2.5 – June 2005                              3.0 – February 2007  ...
InternationalizationSource: wikiHow, licensed under under aCreative Commons license.                                      ...
European UnionSui Generis Database Rights
Support Intergovernmental Organization Use
4.0 for Educators
What You Can ExpectClarified, more flexible, still respectful;Easier compliance for teachers, studentsShareAlike as before...
What’s Still Open         (inside & outside of licenses)o Compatibility with Free Art License, GPLo Portingo Non-Commercia...
Version 4 - What’s Next & Community Input? Draft 3 published Oct/Nov Porting, deed and license chooser discussion pre-la...
Platform & Learning support   Community coordination & Logistics
Open CommunitiesPlatform & Learning support   Community coordination & Logistics
Open Access                                        Open              Open Policy                   OER    GLAM/           ...
August and beforeA lot of logistics (boring stuff) + some workshops (fun stuff)OctoberMap initial curriculum & courses.Oct...
Join the School of Open!1. Go to schoolofopen.org2. Sign up for the discussion and announcements lists.3. Introduce yourse...
Open Policy Institute
Open Policy InstituteOverview  – Public access to publicly funded resources  – “Default: Closed” to “Default: Open”  – CC ...
Open Policy Institute• Landscape  – Massive potential for scale with open policy  – Many examples already!     •   DOL TAA...
Open Policy Institute• What will it do?   – Network, Communication, Research, Advocacy &     Implementation• Potential Pro...
http://open4us.org
DOL Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Grant Program (TAACCCT)Grant Total: $2 billionDeployed in 4 r...
“In order to ensure that the Federal investment of these funds has as broadan impact as possible and to encourage innovati...
Gates Foundation Grant to Support ALL        DOL TAACCCT Grantees
1. Open licensing (“CC BY” is required by                                 the grant)                              2. Incre...
Evaluation & Research                                          1. Impact of CC-BY requirement.                            ...
Mark up educational resources:   Better search engine results
Better secondary tools (eg: Learning Registry)
Open standard compatible with Schema.org   (Google, Bing Yahoo)Also, compatible with your current metadata standard(most l...
We want to help you.
CCs Global Affiliates    Creative Commons Global Summit 2011 – Warsaw Poland                    The Power of Open         ...
CCs Global Affiliate Network   71 formal affiliates (including our newest, Canada)   6 key regions: Africa, Arab World, ...
Opportunities&Challenges     Our network is CCs greatest          Still many gaps in network (eg    asset               ...
Growth and support    Global Network team: 8 Regional Coordinators working across 5 regions;    1 Global Network Manager...
#cc10 december 7-16  10.creativecommons.orgcc10@creativecommons.org
Social Media Campaign• CC Facts and Trivia• Essays about CC from  community leaders• Music contest
Parties and meetupsAmman       Rabat/CasablancaCairo       Rio de JaneiroGöteborg    San FranciscoJakarta     StockholmMus...
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012
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Creative Commons plenary presentation for 9th annual Open Education Conference Oct 16-18, 2012 in Vancouver British Columbia Canada

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Creative Commons Open Education Conference 2012

  1. 1. Cable Green Paul StaceyDirector of Global Learning Senior Project Manager
  2. 2. “Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of theInternet – universal access to research, education, and fullparticipation in culture, driving a new era ofdevelopment, growth, and productivity.”
  3. 3. “Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation.” Version 4.0 License
  4. 4. Crowd Source CC Ideas http://bit.ly/ccideas
  5. 5. 1.0 – December 2002 2.0 – May 2004 2.5 – June 2005 3.0 – February 2007 Version 4.0 Coming Soon Version 4.0 Unported
  6. 6. InternationalizationSource: wikiHow, licensed under under aCreative Commons license. Version the licenses to make them stronger and more robust for anyone, anywhere without necessarily requiring porting.
  7. 7. European UnionSui Generis Database Rights
  8. 8. Support Intergovernmental Organization Use
  9. 9. 4.0 for Educators
  10. 10. What You Can ExpectClarified, more flexible, still respectful;Easier compliance for teachers, studentsShareAlike as before, no expansion;Reliable re-use with Wikipedia/media contentNo change in definition;No disruption of existing sharing models
  11. 11. What’s Still Open (inside & outside of licenses)o Compatibility with Free Art License, GPLo Portingo Non-Commercial guidelines, stewardshipo Attribution and marking guidelines and best practices
  12. 12. Version 4 - What’s Next & Community Input? Draft 3 published Oct/Nov Porting, deed and license chooser discussion pre-launch Launch Q4-2012/Q1-2013 Participate! Subscribe: http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/cc-licenses Share ideas: http://wiki.creativecommons.org/4.0
  13. 13. Platform & Learning support Community coordination & Logistics
  14. 14. Open CommunitiesPlatform & Learning support Community coordination & Logistics
  15. 15. Open Access Open Open Policy OER GLAM/ <Your focus> Culture Lead(s) Course Course Etc. (Facilitated) (Stand-alone)
  16. 16. August and beforeA lot of logistics (boring stuff) + some workshops (fun stuff)OctoberMap initial curriculum & courses.October - DecemberCreate courses. Map skills to courses. Design skills badges!January - FebruaryGet ready for launch... Launch!5 courses with 5 launch partners + 5 stand-alone courses
  17. 17. Join the School of Open!1. Go to schoolofopen.org2. Sign up for the discussion and announcements lists.3. Introduce yourself at school-of- open@googlegroups.comand find support for your idea.4. Register for a p2pu.org account and start creating!Questions? Email the Project Manager at schoolofopen@p2pu.org
  18. 18. Open Policy Institute
  19. 19. Open Policy InstituteOverview – Public access to publicly funded resources – “Default: Closed” to “Default: Open” – CC Global Summit Warsaw – Call for assistance clear – Scope: national, state/provincial, city, university, school district, GLAM, individual
  20. 20. Open Policy Institute• Landscape – Massive potential for scale with open policy – Many examples already! • DOL TAACCCT • Textbooks: California open textbook legislation • National legislation: Netherlands, Australia • City legislation: Sao Paulo, San Francisco • GLAM: Europeana • IGOs: World Bank, COL • Institutions: Harvard Open Access Policy
  21. 21. Open Policy Institute• What will it do? – Network, Communication, Research, Advocacy & Implementation• Potential Products/Services/Resources – Website – Webinars and conference participation – Slide decks and best arguments – Sample legislation – Annual meeting – OPI Fellow• Need your help!
  22. 22. http://open4us.org
  23. 23. DOL Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Grant Program (TAACCCT)Grant Total: $2 billionDeployed in 4 rounds 2011-2014 Services Overall Open Reqts. TAACCT Priorities
  24. 24. “In order to ensure that the Federal investment of these funds has as broadan impact as possible and to encourage innovation in the development ofnew learning materials, as a condition of the receipt of a TAACCCT grant, thegrantee will be required to license to the public (not including the FederalGovernment) all work created with the support of the grant (Work) under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 (CCBY) license. Work that must be licensedunder the CCBY includes both new content created with the grant funds andmodifications made to pre-existing, grantee-owned content using grantfunds. This license allows subsequent users to copy, distribute, transmit andadapt the copyrighted Work and requires such users to attribute the Work inthe manner specified by the grantee.”
  25. 25. Gates Foundation Grant to Support ALL DOL TAACCCT Grantees
  26. 26. 1. Open licensing (“CC BY” is required by the grant) 2. Increasing access to existing open educational resources (OER) 3. Best practices in open policy and OER adoption 4. Effective course and learning design 5. Accessibility and web-based design best practices 6. Beyond Support: +Platform & +Co-DevelopmentServices, Events, Resources at: http://open4us.org
  27. 27. Evaluation & Research 1. Impact of CC-BY requirement. 2. OER generated collaboration and partnerships. 3. Adoption and reuse of existing open content. 4. Implementation of open policy. 5. OER based design and development best practices. 6. Extent to which technologies embed licensing and tagging tools in their platform. 7. Application of Universal Design for Learning guidelines and accessibility standards. 8. Data driven learning designFlickrimage CC-BY-SA by opensourceway
  28. 28. Mark up educational resources: Better search engine results
  29. 29. Better secondary tools (eg: Learning Registry)
  30. 30. Open standard compatible with Schema.org (Google, Bing Yahoo)Also, compatible with your current metadata standard(most likely)
  31. 31. We want to help you.
  32. 32. CCs Global Affiliates Creative Commons Global Summit 2011 – Warsaw Poland The Power of Open Kristina Alexanderson, CC BY http://www.flickr.com/photos/kalexanderson/6161930652/in/pool-1750970@N20/
  33. 33. CCs Global Affiliate Network 71 formal affiliates (including our newest, Canada) 6 key regions: Africa, Arab World, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America Close to signing in the US, the UK and Paraguay Working with groups in many more countries, including Kenya, India, Belgium, Mongolia, Algeria and Morocco
  34. 34. Opportunities&Challenges Our network is CCs greatest  Still many gaps in network (eg asset India) Diverse global coverage  All volunteers (some have local Huge local expertise and funding) knowledge  Great variation in strength and Includes global leaders in capacity of teams copyright, open, education and culture  Most of the world still hasnt heard of CC Long history of successful collaboration Incredible adoption success, from 1m objects in first year to 500m now Gilberto Gil performs at CCs 5thbirthday Joi Ito, CC BY http://www.flickr.com/photos/35034362831@N01/2116005332
  35. 35. Growth and support Global Network team: 8 Regional Coordinators working across 5 regions; 1 Global Network Manager Regular meetings and communication: alternate annually between Regional Meetings and Global Summit Affiliate support and training: more resources, workshops, exchange of ideas and information Collaborative projects: 10th birthday, Librebus, Power of Open Increased profile for our global community: news stories, case studies, representation at prominent meetings Work more with friends: other open organisations and communities with an interest in open (eg OER) Find new affiliates! target priority countries and regions (eg Canada)
  36. 36. #cc10 december 7-16 10.creativecommons.orgcc10@creativecommons.org
  37. 37. Social Media Campaign• CC Facts and Trivia• Essays about CC from community leaders• Music contest
  38. 38. Parties and meetupsAmman Rabat/CasablancaCairo Rio de JaneiroGöteborg San FranciscoJakarta StockholmMuscat And more in the works

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