The Creative Commons (CC) Global Network is made up of people like you. People who are attracted to the CC Global Network because of what can be accomplished by building a globally-accessible public commons of knowledge and culture through CC’s tools and products.
In 2016, CC released an assessment of the community in the Faces of the Commons research. The CC ecosystem has changed since then and many of those changes have been essential for the commons to reach its full potential and to grow the CC Network. In fact, the CC Network has indeed grown to over 500 members across 42 chapters.
Now that the CC Network is more established, CC wishes to make sure that you, as a member, are feeling fully supported in your work and that you have what you need to help grow the global commons. CC is interested in what it means to you to be part of CC, why you are part of the CC Network, and what you need to continue being an active member of this community.
Whether you’re new to the CC Network or a long-time contributor to Creative Commons, we value your experience and want to hear from you.
There are two ways for you to share your thoughts on the CC Global Network:
- Digital survey—This 20-30 minute survey will give us a general understanding of your experience. Take the survey now or bookmark it for later.
- One-on-one interview—You can provide in-depth feedback by signing up for a 60-90 minute online interview. Please volunteer your time, or suggest someone else, through this form and we’ll be in touch!
Both feedback methods are available between December 17 and January 15.
The one-on-one interviews will take place at a time convenient for you outside of the festive season between December 23 and January 2.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts and experiences!
Isla Haddow-Flood is an active member of the CC Global Network. We’re grateful to be working with Isla on this project as she provides her expertise in and passion for engaging with open communities.
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