[cc-community] School of Open launches with courses on CC
lucas.gonze at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 20:18:20 EDT 2013
I love this project.
On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 3:16 PM, Jane Park <janepark at creativecommons.org> wrote:
> Hi all, in case you haven't seen School of Open launched today, full
> announcement at http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/37179.
> Several courses focus specifically, and/or incorporate education about CC
> licenses, including:
> Copyright 4 Educators (US) – Sign up if you’re an educator who wants to
> learn about US copyright law in the education context.
> Copyright 4 Educators (AUS) – Sign up if you’re an educator who wants to
> learn about Australian copyright, statutory licenses and open educational
> resources (OER).
> Creative Commons for K-12 Educators – Sign up if you’re a K-12 educator
> (anywhere in the world) who wants to learn how to find and adapt free,
> useful resources for your classroom, and incorporate activities that teach
> your students digital world skills.
> Get a CC license. Put it on your website – This course is exactly what the
> title says: it will help you with the steps of getting a CC license and
> putting it on your work. It’s tailored to websites, although the same steps
> apply to most other works.
> Open Science: An Introduction – This course is a collaborative learning
> environment meant to introduce the idea of Open Science to young scientists,
> academics, and makers of all kinds. Open Science is a tricky thing to
> define, but we’ve designed this course to share what we know about it,
> working as a community to make this open resource better.
> Open data for GLAMs (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums) – This course
> is for professionals in cultural institutions who are interested in opening
> up their data as open culture data. It will guide you through the different
> steps towards open data and provide you with extensive background
> information on how to handle copyright and other possible issues.
> Intro to Openness in Education – This is an introductory course exploring
> the history and impacts of openness in education. The main goal of the
> course is to give you a broad but shallow grounding in the primary areas of
> work in the field of open education.
> And more, at http://schoolofopen.org/.
> Please forward to anyone you think would be interested in taking these free,
> online courses! 4 are facilitated (noted at site) and are open for sign-up
> through Sunday.
> Jane Park
> Project Manager
> Creative Commons
> the School of Open, a collaboration with P2PU: http://schoolofopen.org/
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