- Open Education: A track dedicated to knowledge-sharing among open education practitioners and the development of new global initiatives to spread open educational tools, policies and practice to countries around the world.
- Creative Commons Japan: A Japanese-language track coordinated by the ccJapan team to debate and discuss the commons in relation to Japan, and to plan how to spread ideas about Free Culture and the Commons.
- Open Business: A track designed to both introduce newcomers to the basic concepts of open business tools and practices such as the newly-launched CC+ protocol as well as to collaborate on new global initiatives that will further the goals of the open business community.
- Commons research: A track dedicated to the ‘First International Research Workshop on Free Culture’. This lab will gather academics and researchers who are interested in furthering scholarship in the Commons and Free Culture, providing a space for them to share the results of their work and develop ideas for further collaboration.
- Local context global commons: A track that will showcase regional and local approaches to the concept of Free Culture around the world – and will highlight initiatives such as Wikipedia and Global Voices that are developing innovative approaches to the localisation of global projects.
- DIY video: A track that will showcase (through screenings), discuss and analyse (through screening discussions) the intersection between the Commons and do-it-yourself video production around the world.