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Thursday, November 28 • 14:15 - 15:20
CC Certificate: Come play and improve our course!

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Session Table Name: BOLZANO

The Creative Commons (CC)* Certificate is the first official training to develop individual and institutional expertise in open licensing, using CC licenses. The program is an investment in advocates in open movements – a way to build and strengthen our collective open licensing and “commons” expertise.

The CC Certificate provides an-in depth study of Creative Commons licenses and open practices. Content targets copyright law, CC legal tools, as well as the values and good practices of working in the global, shared commons.

The Certificate training is built for iteration--after each class, CC updates elements of instructional design and communication.

Join us on one crucial part of our improvement! Help us refine the instructional design for a lesson. In this Action Lab, presenters will provide an overview of the CC Certificate content and one of the most challenging lessons in the course. Presenters and audience members will co-create an improved set of analogies and examples with which to facilitate the lesson.

Resulting from this Action Lab, audience members will (1) gain an understanding about the Certificate and deeper insight into the instructional design; and (2) inform future instructional design with their co-creation. Input will be integrated into the 2020 online course as well as in-person “bootcamps.”

*Creative Commons (CC) is the nonprofit organization that builds and stewards the legal tools, technologies, and programs to power open movements around the world. CC provides open licenses and public domain tools that have become the global standard for sharing, helping people share knowledge and creativity with simple, legal permissions. CC licenses have been applied to more than 1.6 billion works across 9 million websites, and are used by global movements in open education, arts and culture, government, science, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Jennryn Wetzler

Jennryn Wetzler

Assistant Director of Open Education, Creative Commons


Thursday November 28, 2019 14:15 - 15:20
BL27 first floor south corridor - Action Lab