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Creative Commons Certificate for Librarians

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    Beth Evans
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    Something to promote through CUNY libraries during OA week?

    http://www.imls.gov/assets/1/AssetManager/2015_Sparks_LB21_grant_announcement.pdf

    As described on p. 2:

    Creative Commons Corporation – San Jose, CA
    Grant Program: Laura Bush 21st Century Librarians Program
    Project Type: Continuing Education
    Log Number: RE-00-15-0116-15
    Award Amount: $300,858; Matching Amount: $300,858
    Creative Commons in collaboration with partners the American Library Association, the
    California State University System and the Digital Public Library of America, will design,
    develop, and deliver a professional development and continuing education certification program
    for librarians. The certificate will help librarians acquire Creative Commons knowledge and
    skills leading to increased capacity, services, and support for a wide range of 21st century library
    functions associated with Open Access (OA), open data, Open Educational Resources (OER),
    and public domain materials. The Creative Commons certificate for librarians will include both a
    modular set of learning materials that can be used independently for informal learning, and a
    formal, structured, and facilitated certificate the can be taken for official certification.

    #41654

    Monica Berger
    Participant

    Until this initiative is ready and running, CC offers this: http://schoolofopen.p2pu.org/

    Does anyone know about these online courses? They look really cool.

    #41668

    Beth Evans
    Participant

    P2PU looks very interesting. Thanks, Monica for sharing.

    Beth

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