April 4, 2017

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  • New State Legislative Resources
    This week, Creative Commons USA released a new resource for state policymakers interested in tackling the high cost of college textbooks and improving student outcomes in the process. The resource, an “OER State Legislative Guide,” is meant to provide policymakers and staff with a cross-sectional, annotated set of legislative texts that help expand the use of OER (open educational resources), a powerful alternative to the broken textbook market. The move comes in conjunction with our partners at SPARC, who released an “OER State Policy Playbook,” detailing […]
  • In our own backyard
    Currently, Creative Commons USA is run out of the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property at the American University Washington College of Law. Our small team of IP experts and organizers work with a host of institutions and organizations around the country, but today, we want to highlight some amazing work happening in our own backyard – right here at American University. Below is an update from David Rose, Program Director of Open American: Launched in the Summer of 2015, the Open American program has saved American University students nearly $400,000 to date. Based […]
  • Job Posting
    Creative Commons USA is currently run out of the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) at the American University Washington College of Law. The following position within PIJIP would work on a variety of issues and campaigns, including with Creative Commons USA. ————————– Position: Grants and Finance Coordinator – Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property Application Link:  https://jobs.american.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=6983 The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property is hiring a […]

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