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Creative Commons Certification, Syndicated

In the MOOD: Sharing the Certification Project at Open Education 2016

In a presentation last Friday at the 2016 Open Education Conference Paul Stacey and I described the Certification project as “Massive Open OER Development.” MOOD? People who know me know how much I think of acronyms that start with M-O-0… (that was meant to be wry humor) Hearing about @creativecommons ‘certificate’ prog – awesomeness with […]

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Broadening The Choral Explanation Concept

We think the developing structure for the Creative Commons Certifications should be more than content and assignment-type activities; that there should be a component of public participating, activity, even encouraging people to be “Defenders of the Commons.” That was the thinking behind our making a case for a Creative Commons Stack Exchange, seeing the Stack […]

Creative Commons Certification, Syndicated

A Case for a Creative Commons Stack Exchange

A Creative Commons Stack Exchange Community would serve as a place for people seeking Creative Commons Certifications can demonstrate their proficiency by practicing asking, answering, rating, and commenting on relevant questions. Furthermore it could provide a public resource for the organization in conjunction with the current available avenues of FAQs, email, and IRC as ways […]

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What Part to Play?

Thanks again to Bryan Mathers for generating this response to the question “What part do you play?” What part do you play?…Part of a @visualthinkery conversation with @cogdog about @creativecommons #oer #edchat — Bryan Mathers (@BryanMMathers) July 22, 2016 We hope to help convert fools to creators, ninjas, and defenders. Creative Commons licensed (CC-BY-ND) […]