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What is Creative Commons and how is it used?

What is Creative Commons and how is it used?

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Author: Susan Ross
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Understand why we have Creative Commons licenses.

Identify the various creative commons licenses and their uses.

 

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Tutorial

What is Creative Commons? Wanna Work Together

Source: YouTube Video: What is Creative Commons? Wanna Work Together RG Remix

Creative Commons Website

The creative commons website provides a better understanding of Creative Commons and their licenses. You will find helpful videos, full details about each license, and directions for choosing a license at this website. http://creativecommons.org

Creative Commons: Copyright-friendly content and more

Creative Commons explained by Honor Moorman

Source: YouTube Video by Honor Moorman

More Resources

  1. Spectrum of Rights - 4 pages of comics to explore possibilities of using CC Licenses. Click under the last comic to move to the next page.
  2. Sharing Creative Works - use the arrows to navigate through the online presentation
  3. The Simple Guide to Creative Commons Resources
  4. Copyright and Creative Commons Explained by Common Craft
  5. Citing Creative Commons Content
  6. The Creative Commons Search Tool
  7. ImageCodr - generates properly formatted Creative Commons attributions for images that you find on Flickr.
  8. Creative Commons Resources for Teachers

Source: Compiled by Susan Ross