You can find here the resources for the purpose of teaching and facilitating Creative Commons.
Prof. Lawrence Lessig Explains Creative Commons Licensing
Lessig on "Aaron's Laws - Law and Justice in a Digital Age"
Hack4OpenGLAM is a co-creation event for working towards Open Access to cultural heritage. The event brings together content communities, GLAM professionals, advocates of open cultural heritage, digital creators, and tools or platform developers – from newcomers to experts – to learn, work, and create with one another. It is part of the Creative Commons Global Summit 20–24 September 2021.
The Game is On! is a highly creative, educational resource that introduces students to UK copyright law. Designed for pupils aged 11-18, it enables the development of core thinking skills as well as teaching activities across a range of subjects, including English Language and Literacy, Media, Art and Law.
It is called Drug Icon CC. Drug labels used currently are hard to read because there are too many words and words are too small. We hope that through designing drug icons, people can know more about drug labels and take their medicine on time.
Find more about the Drug Icon CC Project here.