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2017 State of the commons - Creative commons
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation [corporate] · Anonymous [corporate] · Arcadia Fund [corporate] · Argosy Foundation [corporate] · Brin Wojcicki Foundation [corporate] · Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation [corporate] · CouponFollow [corporate] · eCampusOntario [corporate] · Eric Saltzman and Victoria Munroe Charitable Fund [corporate] · Ford Foundation [corporate] · Google [corporate] · Institute of Museum and Library Services [corporate] · John S. and James L. Knight Foundation [corporate] · Mozilla [corporate] · Private Internet Access [corporate] · Re:Create Coalition [corporate] · Samuel H. Kress Foundation [corporate] · Stewart J. Guss [corporate] · Vadasz Family Foundation [corporate]

PublishedAugust 2018
PublisherCreative Commons

ABSTRACT
This year’s highlights include the launch of the CC Certificates program, the Bassel Khartabil Memorial Fund and Fellowship (awarded at the Global Summit), the new Rights Back Resource for creators to reclaim their creative work, and stories from teams as far away from each other as Tanzania, Canada, and Uruguay.

Keywords Canada · CC Certificates · Columbia · Community Activities Fund · infographic · Jordan · OER adoption models · OER policy · OER production · open education · Tanzania · UnCommon Women

RefereedDoes not apply
RightsAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
URLhttps://stateof.creativecommons.org/
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