In January 2018, I completed the Creative Commons Certificate for Librarians. This is a 10-week online course exploring CC licenses, open practices such as open access and OER, and the ethos of the Commons. The course is composed of readings, quizzes, discussions, and practical exercises to develop learners’ open skills. Each week students focus on a specific aspect of copyright and CC licenses. Topics include open access repositories, public domain and fair use, remixing works and how to use each of the licenses.
My assignment submissions were in the form of infographics, web pages or videos:
Assignment 1: What is Creative Commons?
Assignment 2: What is Copyright Law?
Assignment 3: Anatomy of a CC license
Assignment 4: Using CC licenses and CC licensed works (remixes and collections)
Assignment 5: Open Access and OER
CC certificate graphic and description is licensed under CC BY 4.0