Expanding the use of openly licensed materials in higher education and K-12 classrooms
Removing barriers to the free sharing of scholarly research
Building the body of cultural and creative works freely available to the public
Facilitating scientific collaboration and innovation through the free flow of data
Five years ago, Creative Commons USA officially launched at the American University Washington College of Law. We reflect on how far we’ve come since then.
This month, CC’s Michael Carroll presented on openly licensing data at a workshop for Intergovernmental Organizations jointly hosted by the World Bank and UNESCO.
On Tuesday, July 17, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released of a consensus study report, Open Science by Design: Realizing a Vision for 21st Century Research
Join us on Tuesday, July 24th at 3pm ET/12pm PT for the first official chapter meeting of Creative Commons USA. Formal Network Members and all interested members of the general public are invited to join. We’ll be reviewing the new CC Network structure, electing a global network representative, and discussing how to best position the[…]