creative commons

open source doctor
Are you an academic, scientist, health policy junkie... or just a person who goes to see your doctor every now and then? Well, listen up: a new project by Fred Trotter and Not Only Development was recently granted protection under the Freedom of Information Act and met it's crowdfunding effort on... Read more
1 comment Posted 20 Nov 2012 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
flour + butter + stuff
By now, many of you have seen that Hostess brands has closed. Many people are going to miss their favorite treats. On their website, they state the following:
34 comments Posted 18 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
flour + butter + stuff
By now, many of you have seen that Hostess brands has closed. Many people are going to miss their favorite treats. On their website, they state the following:
34 comments Posted 18 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open Education
MOOCs—or Massive Open Online Courses—have been getting a lot of attention lately. Just in the last year or so there’s been immense interest in the potential for large scale online learning, with significant investments being made in companies (Coursera, Udacity, Udemy), similar non-profit... Read more
2 comments Posted 14 Nov 2012 by Timothy Vollmer Feed
creative commons
Creative Commons helps you share your knowledge and creativity with the world develops, supports and stewards legal and technical infrastructure maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation
3 comments Posted 11 Oct 2012 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
creative commons
Creative Commons helps you share your knowledge and creativity with the world develops, supports and stewards legal and technical infrastructure maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation
3 comments Posted 11 Oct 2012 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
Free the textbook
It’s official. In California, Governor Jerry Brown has signed two bills (SB 1052 and SB 1053) that will provide for the creation of free, openly licensed digital textbooks for the 50 most popular lower-division college courses offered by California colleges. The legislation was introduced by Senate... Read more
9 comments Posted 2 Oct 2012 by Timothy Vollmer Feed
The Liberated Pixel Cup is a two-part gaming contest. The first part involved participants who submitted art for the games. The second part, discussed here, focuses on the games themselves. The contest is organized by Creative Commons, Free Software Foundation, OpenGameArt, and Mozilla.
0 comments Posted 28 Sep 2012 by Juan Rodriguez Feed
Creative Commons BY
For people wanting to learn about Creative Commons and its application in different sectors, there is a sea of materials available online. In particular, Creative Commons international affiliates create a huge number of educational resources that cross language and cultural boundaries. A few weeks... Read more
3 comments Posted 13 Sep 2012 by Natalya Berenshteyn Feed
For those of you that missed it, the Liberated Pixel Cup is a gaming contest where the goal is to make free software art and free software games that use said art. It was sponsored this past June and July by Creative Commons, the Free Software Foundation, Open Game Art, Mozilla, and many... Read more
2 comments Posted 12 Sep 2012 by Juan Rodriguez Feed

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