NEBHE, through its partnerships with CollegeSource, Packback and the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC), offers Cost Savings Programs that were developed in response to recognized needs by postsecondary institutions. Cost Savings is an area of NEBHE that grows as needs are identified. All education institutions or public agencies in New England can participate.
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Creative Commons (CC) will offer a 15% regional discount for all purchase orders for all CC professional learning opportunities for the period from June 1, 2021, through June 30, 2022. The discount applies to both individual and institution purchases.
About Creative Commons
Creative Commons has been recognized by NEBHE as an international nonprofit organization dedicated to helping build and sustain a thriving commons of shared knowledge and culture. Through workshops, consultations and our CC Certificate, CC helps community members develop open licensing expertise, and a deeper understanding of recommended practices for sharing.
Professional Development Options
Option 1: CC Certificate Courses (online)
The CC Certificate offers in-depth courses about CC licenses, open practices and the ethos of sharing in our global, digital commons. The courses include readings, quizzes, discussions, and practical exercises to develop learners’ open skills. Discounted Cost: $425 / participant
Option 2: CC Certificate Bootcamps (in-person and online)
Bootcamps are one-week, intensive workshops, which cover the CC Certificate course content. Bootcamps are developed for host institutions, and host institutions are responsible for selecting their participants. Bootcamps use the CC Certificate curriculum and include more collaborative work among participants than in the online courses. CC issues digital credentials to participants who complete bootcamps with 90/100 points. Discounted Costs: approximately $13,600 / host institution.
Option 3: Custom CC Workshops (online)
CC workshops provide professional learning opportunities on institution selected elements of open licensing, open education, open access, and how to get involved in open movements. These workshops can be catered to meet host-institution instructional needs, and range from partial day, full-day to multi-day events. Costs: The costs depend on scope of work, the length of the training and the number of participants, but would include the 15% discount noted above.
For more information about the three professional development options and directions to self-register for a CC professional development course please:
- Select an Educator or Librarian ticket option on this page.
- Please do not select: “CC Certificate for GLAM [BETA TEST], September 2021.”
- When you get to the checkout page, enter the promo code (MHEC15) to apply the discount before completing your order.
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