This report is to be used by members of the CC Affiliate Network. By "Affiliate Team" we mean all institutions and individuals with whom CC has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) within each jurisdiction.
In an effort to improve inter-jurisdictional collaboration and communication with CC staff and Board of Directors, the CC Affiliate Network is initiating an annual reporting procedure for Affiliate Teams to share progress in their jurisdictions. CC HQ will aggregate these reports into a global summary. Regional spokespersons can also use the reports to compile regional dashboards.
Questions in this report are primarily quantitative, to make aggregation uniform across the network and to help everyone get a concise overall picture of activities around the world. While these reports are retrospective and emphasize quantitative measurements, the roadmaps continue to be the place where Affiliate Teams can describe their ongoing and future efforts and goals in more descriptive detail. Reporting and roadmaps remain an integral part of the formal working relationship between CC and Affiliate Teams.
Please note that the information requested may change from time to time, and CC may also request supplemental information. We welcome your feedback on the types of information that would be useful and way to improve this reporting process. Thank you.
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- Please visit your jurisdiction's wiki page (i.e. wiki.creativecommons.org/Germany) and confirm that the affiliate institution and team member information is correct. Please update any old or incomplete information and indicate here that you have done so.
- How many people are working on the responsibilities listed in the MOU at each affiliate institution?
- Please indicate the major areas of focus, for example adoption, translation, outreach/promotion, research, other (list).
- How many people are paid to work on CC related activities under the MOU?
- What percentage of the budget goes to salaries for legal activities?
- What percentage of the budget goes to salaries for non-legal activities?
- How many people are working as volunteers on CC related activities under the MOU?
- Please estimate the number of volunteer hours spent on legal activities.
- Please estimate the number of volunteer hours spent on non-legal activities.
- Allocating all the total time that was spent on activities under the MOU, what percentage of time was spent on each of the following:
- Porting/Versioning Up/License Work?
- Events (e.g. salons, openings, regional meetings)?
- Education about the Licenses?
- Conferences (academic, policy research)?
- Filling out reports for HQ?
- Other (list)?
- How many people spend 0 - 30% of their time on CC related activities under the MOU?
- How many of these people are volunteers? How many are paid?
- 31 - 50% of their time?
- Volunteers? Paid?
- 51 - 75% of their time?
- Volunteers? Paid?
- 75 - 100% of their time?
- Volunteers? Paid?
- How many other part time volunteers are working under the direction of the affiliate institution or its lead(s), on CC-related activities.
Working with Affiliates and Others
- Do you collaborate with CC Affiliates in the region? If so, please describe. If not, why not?
- Does the team collaborate with other members of the CC Affiliate Network, including mentoring? If so, please describe. If not, why not?
- What key non-affiliate partners did the team collaborate with this year in furtherance of CC-related activities? Please list.
- Identify major adopters with a brief description of each, including "industry" (public sector, science, education, art and music, other) and type of adopter (government, individual, company or organization, group, other).
- Describe key activities and the objectives and outcomes for those activities as well as the percentage of time spent on each type of activity (conferences or other events such as Salons, license and translation activities, website and communications, other.).
- How is the team conducting Creative Commons outreach, please indicate each that apply: website, written materials, speaking engagements, contests, other (describe)? Please also identify the target audience for each.
- Please identify the percentage of funding from each of the following sources: government support, individual funding, foundations, inter-governmental organizations, other (describe). Please also describe any activity-specific funding.
- Which of the following, if any, are roadblocks to the success of Creative Commons in the jurisdiction? Underfunding of jurisdiction project, ack of volunteers, unfriendly policy environment, other (describe)
- Are there other roadblocks to the success of Creative Commons in your jurisdiction than those listed above?
- Using the metrics indicated on the jurisdiction's roadmap, indicate which focus area goals the team met.
- Using the metrics indicated on the jurisdiction's roadmap, indicate which focus area goals the tem has not met.
- Please identify any major or unique accomplishments the team wishes to highlight on the report (these may have been identified elsewhere in this report).
- What are the three main focus areas the team expects to have on this coming year's roadmap?
- Please describe ways the team expects or would like to engage with other members of the CC Affiliate Network, in the region or beyond.
- What other jurisdiction or regional news would the team like to share?
- Anything else the team would like to include in the report?