Posts Tagged: Creative Commons

School of Open: “Writing Wikipedia Articles” Course Now Open for Registration


Below, Sara Frank Bristow invites you to join “Writing Wikipedia Articles: The Basics & Beyond”. Sara is a co-organizer of the course and a member of WikiProject Open. Both projects are part of the School of Open. The School of Open will offer its popular “Writing Wikipedia Articles” course (WIKISOO) starting 25 February, 2014. This…

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School of Open, Rrround 2! Sign-up is now open

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Miss Boyer’s Kindergarten Class, 1917 UA Archives | Upper Arlington History / No known copyright restrictions The School of Open is offering its second round of facilitated courses! Starting today, you can sign up for 7 courses during a two week period; sign-up closes 4 August (Sunday) and courses start on or after 5 August…

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Welcome to the School of Open, Class of 2013

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Happy Open Education Week! We are happy to announce that the School of Open community has launched its first set of courses… The Library of Congress / No known copyright restrictions Sign up for these facilitated courses this week (sign-up will remain open through Sunday, March 17). These courses will start the week of March…

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School of Open will launch during Open Education Week


As promised, the School of Open is launching its first set of courses during Open Education Week, March 11-15, 2013. This means that all facilitated courses will open for sign-up that week, and all stand-alone courses will be ready to take then or anytime thereafter. The School of Open is a community of volunteers developing…

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School of Open returns to Berlin for a workshop with Wikimedia Germany


Wikimedia Office in Berlin / Hari Prasad Nadig / CC BY-SA On March 2nd, the Creative Commons & P2PU School of Open will join forces with Wikimedia at the Wikimedia Germany offices in Berlin! As part of Open Education Week, CC Germany and Wikimedia Germany are kicking things off early with a workshop to introduce…

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Open Science Sprint with Creative Commons for Open Data Day

  Creative Commons is hosting an Open Science Course Sprint, pulling together people from all areas of science, data, and education to explore Open Science and Data in celebration of Open Data Day on 23rd of February . Would you like to help? If so, read on! In a Nutshell The group will be building a…

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School of Open: Highlights from the Class of 2012

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Class of 2012 by P2PU / CC BY-SA (See all Class of 2012 workshop participants) It’s been an exciting year for School of Open, from the P2PU residency in Berlin, to the curriculum building meeting in Palo Alto, to the various course building workshops we ran in Helsinki, London, Mexico City, Berlin, and more. Our…

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Course Creation 101 with P2PU’s Learning Lead

We are giving a webinar next week to help new and seasoned community members kickstart their courses, especially those just beginning to flesh out their ideas for a School of Open course! P2PU Learning Lead, Vanessa Gennarelli, will give an overview of the P2PU course design, and then dive into the step-by-step process of creating…

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Open.Michigan leads real world School of Open class

Victoria Lungu Leading a School of Open Challenge / Open.Michigan / CC BY Last Friday, Open.Michigan helped a group of students get Creative Commons savvy in an offline version of the School of Open’s “Get CC Savvy” challenge, a course originally designed for independent online learners. For those yet unaware, the School of Open is…

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Save the date for the first School of Open Virtual Sprint!

The School of Open is about to take off in a big way over the next two weeks. Starting this Monday, 13 July, three peers + myself will be dedicating our energies full-time every day to mapping skills and creating courses that relate to openness. Although we’ll be doing some big picture thinking, much of…

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