creative commons

creative commons licenses
Creative Commons proudly introduces our 4.0 licenses, now available for adoption worldwide. The 4.0 licenses—more than two years in the making—are the most global, legally robust licenses produced by CC to date. Dozens of improvements have been incorporated that make sharing and reusing CC-licensed... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 Nov 2013 by Creative Commons Feed
In a previous article, I discussed the complaints that have been leveled against GitHub during the past year and a half concerning the purported problem of public, seemingly-FLOSS code repositories with no explicit licensing. Here I will address the actions GitHub took in July, which were... Read more
3 comments Posted 16 Sep 2013 by Richard Fontana (Red Hat) Feed
open source and intellectual property
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Have you ever wondered what, from a business perspective, the world of sharing, free, and open source looks like to a lawyer? Challenging! Chaotic? Creative. Pam Chestek is an intellectual property lawyer. She runs Chestek Legal, a practice... Read more
3 comments Posted 12 Sep 2013 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
lightning talk
Karen Cranston (@kcranstn) is an evolutionary biologist at the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent), a nonprofit science center dedicated to cross-disciplinary research in evolution. NESCent promotes the synthesis of information, concepts, and knowledge to address significant, emerging... Read more
0 comments Posted 12 Apr 2013 by Karen Cranston Feed
classroom
Nearly every week, if not every day, there are more and more open source and open educational resources available and accessible to us. It's impossible to ignore. It also seems impossible to keep pace with the sheer volume. Despite this, I will attempt here to give a comprehensive listing of many... Read more
3 comments Posted 9 Apr 2013 by Carolyn Fox Feed
open education resources
On February 23, I participated in my first hackathon event; not a coding event as typical of computer programmers, but an education hackathon—a "Course Sprint" where a group of 14 individuals (educators, open science advocates, community members, and students) collaborated to design and build an... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Mar 2013 by Debbie Morrison Feed
David Mason (@dcm) and Heather LaGarde (@heatherlagarde) were interested in expressing open source in other ways and wanted to help spread mobile and open technologies across developing worlds at IntraHealth. They combined these two goals by remixing a song.
0 comments Posted 6 Mar 2013 by Heather LaGarde Feed
lightning talk
People want access to content. And creative commons allowed me to give them access to my content. One man decides to publish his own book—but there's no road map, no previous information to help him navigate how to do it! How will he sell a copy to people he doesn't already know?
1 comment Posted 28 Feb 2013 by Michael G. Williams Feed
free the textbook
Boundless, the company that builds on existing open educational resources to provide free alternatives to traditionally costly college textbooks, has released 18 open textbooks under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA), the same license used by Wikipedia. Schools, students and the... Read more
4 comments Posted 22 Feb 2013 by Jane Park Feed
lightning talk
Reid Serozi (@reidserozi), founder of TriangleWiki, explains how the project was created from the structure of LocalWiki, a platform and storage hub for events, people, places, and things in an area. Information like this is put on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook regularly, but... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 Feb 2013 by Reid Serozi Feed

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