Another End of Year list, but one which I hope you’ll take to heart: the amazing accomplishments of the volunteers running School of Open programs around the world, comprised of the Creative Commons, P2PU, Mozilla, and related open communities.
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As promised last week, here are the details around the formal launch event for School of Open Africa taking place in Nairobi tomorrow morning.
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In September, the School of Open Africa launched with nine programs distributed across four jurisdictions: Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, and South Africa. Kayode from CC Nigeria announced in the launch in August, and now we want to give you an update on how the programs (http://schoolofopen.p2pu.org/school-of-open-africas-launch-and-future/”>Countinue reading »
P2PU + School of Open filed comments yesterday in support of Net Neutrality!
You can access the full comments at http://schoolofopen.p2pu.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/P2PUSchoolofOpenNNReplyComments.pdf. It should be available on the FCC site soon. http://schoolofopen.p2pu.org/we-filed-comments-yesterday-in-support-of-net-neutrality/”>Countinue reading »
Today and tomorrow the School of Open launches in Tanzania and Nigeria in conjunction with Mozilla Maker Party!
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We currently offer 15 stand-alone courses open for you to take at any time, any place. Some take a half-hour to complete; others take a bit longer. All are free! Now’s your chance to take one (or another one) and give us your feedback through a short Countinue reading »
Since our last comprehensive update, the School of Open has been creating new courses, planning continent-wide launches, conducting research, and making itself over.
New Web Space
We have a new web space! Previously, communications about our major projects have been scattered throughout the Countinue reading »
ABC of Copyright for Librarians in Latin America, or ABC del derecho de autor para bibliotecarios de América Latina, is a free, online course that launches today as part of the Countinue reading »
See the Creative Commons blog while we work on getting this blog up and running!