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Nicolas Suzor <n.suzor@qut.edu.au> @nicsuzor
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The mission of the Creative Commons Global Network is
to build a global commons of creativity and knowledge,
and grow a mo...
Global Network Strategy Consultation
https://consultation.creativecommons.org/
Nic Suzor (n.suzor@qut.edu.au)
• 15 Years of Creative Commons
• Building a network for the future that brings in new voices.
“The mission of the Creative...
• MOU structure was designed for license porting, but
today’s CC movement works in many areas, like policy,
advocacy, open...
• There is a strong desire to work on shared projects and set shared goals, but no
structure to do support collaboration
•...
• New governance and decision-making model: Global Network Council will be a
new representative body that will collaborati...
CORE FUNCTION OF THE GLOBAL NETWORK COUNCIL
• Defined areas of activity or work programs (Platforms)
• Grow, evaluate and ...
• Country Teams are open to all Network Members and Partners working in that
country
• Each Country Team will send one rep...
CONSULTATION: Open until March 24
https://consultation.creativecommons.org/
Nic Suzor (n.suzor@qut.edu.au) & Delia Browne
...
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  1. 1. Join the Creative Commons global movement! Nicolas Suzor <n.suzor@qut.edu.au> @nicsuzor
  2. 2. OER Global Logo by Jonathas Mello is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported 3.0 License
  3. 3. PLOS, Open Access Logo, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Open_Access_PLoS.svg CC BY SA 3.0: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en
  4. 4. Matthew Petroff, Interior of the George Peabody Library in Baltimore, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:George-peabody- library.jpg, CC BY SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en
  5. 5. The mission of the Creative Commons Global Network is to build a global commons of creativity and knowledge, and grow a movement that advocates, promotes and enables openness and sharing around the world.
  6. 6. Global Network Strategy Consultation https://consultation.creativecommons.org/ Nic Suzor (n.suzor@qut.edu.au)
  7. 7. • 15 Years of Creative Commons • Building a network for the future that brings in new voices. “The mission of the Creative Commons Global Network is to build a global commons of creativity and knowledge, and grow a movement that advocates, promotes and enables openness and sharing around the world.”
  8. 8. • MOU structure was designed for license porting, but today’s CC movement works in many areas, like policy, advocacy, open education, open access and more • Affiliate structure limits membership; makes it difficult to recruit and retain new contributors
  9. 9. • There is a strong desire to work on shared projects and set shared goals, but no structure to do support collaboration • New network activities require more coordination, shared decision-making, and adequate resourcing to have impact
  10. 10. • New governance and decision-making model: Global Network Council will be a new representative body that will collaboratively define movement strategy and provide stewardship for the CC licenses • New membership model: no more affiliates • Any individual contributor can become a member • Organizations can join as Network Partners
  11. 11. CORE FUNCTION OF THE GLOBAL NETWORK COUNCIL • Defined areas of activity or work programs (Platforms) • Grow, evaluate and improve the network • Advise and build consensus on global CC positions, strategy, network resource allocation • Participate in global fundraising efforts
  12. 12. • Country Teams are open to all Network Members and Partners working in that country • Each Country Team will send one representative to the Global Network Council • Each Country Team will select an individual (similar to Public Lead) to be responsible for coordinating and communicating on behalf of Country Team activities • Country teams will develop policy and outreach strategy and oversee activities
  13. 13. CONSULTATION: Open until March 24 https://consultation.creativecommons.org/ Nic Suzor (n.suzor@qut.edu.au) & Delia Browne (Delia.Browne@det.nsw.edu.au)

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