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All about Creative Commons - What, why, licenses, attribution, embedding

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helping createbrands for the future All content copyright Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that enables to increase the amount of creativity (cultural, educational and scientific content) in the commons - the body of work that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use, repurposing and remixing

IMAGE2what is creative commons?

Bloggers, journalists, webmasters, artist, educator, scientist or other creator looking for content that one can freely and legally use.

In other words, EVERYONE!

IMAGE3who uses creative commons?

A Creative Commons License is a standard way for content creators to grant someone else permission to use their work. A Creative Common License is used when an author wants to give people the right to share, use or build upon a work that they have created. It allows using the authors work while still protecting his/her intellectual property.

IMAGE4what is creative commons license?

5why use creative commons license?USERCREATORLicenses help avoid abuse of Intellectual Property Licenses help to scale content6how does creative commons license work?CREATOR

7how does creative commons license work?USER

ATTRIBUTION (CC BY) Others can copy, distribute, display, perform and remix your work if they credit your name as requested by you

SHAREALIKE (SA) Others can distribute your work only under a license identical to the one you have chosen for your work

NO DERIVATIVE WORKS (ND) Others can only copy, distribute, display or perform exact copies of your work

NON-COMMERCIAL (NC) Others can copy, distribute, display, perform or remix your work but for non-commercial purposes only

8what are the creative commons key license terms?

The three layers of licenses ensure that the spectrum of rights is not just a legal concept. Its something that the creators of works can understand, their users can understand, and even the Web itself can understand.

9what are the three layers of creative commons licenses?Legal CodeMachine ReadableHuman Readable10what are the types of creative commons licenses?ATTRIBUTION (CC BY) Lets one distribute, remix, tweak and build upon the original work even commercially as long as original creation credit is givenMost FreeLeast Free

FOR USER

ATTRIBUTION (CC BY - SA) Lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work even for commercial purposes, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms. All new works based on yours will carry the same license, so any derivatives will also allow commercial use. ATTRIBUTION-NODERVIS (CC BY-ND) Allows for redistribution, commercial and non-commercial as long as it is passed along unchanged and in whole, with credit to the original work

ATTRIBUTION-NON COMMERCIAL (CC BY-NC) Lets one distribute, remix, tweak and build upon the original work non-commercially. The new work must acknowledge the original work but one does not have to license ones derivative works on the same terms

ATTRIBUTION-NON COMMERCIAL-SHAREALIKE (CC BY-NC-SA) Lets one distribute, remix, tweak and build upon the original work non-commercially, as long as one credits the original work and license ones new creations under the identical terms

ATTRIBUTION-NON COMMERCIAL-NODERVIS (CC BY-NC-ND) Only allows one to download the original work and share it with others as long as one credits the original work. One cannot change the original work in anyways or use it commercially.

11creative commons license summary

CC BY

CC BY - SA

CC BY - ND

CC BY - NC

CC BY NC - SA

CC BY NC - NDCopy & PublishAttribution RequiredCommercial UseModify & AdaptChange License12how to attribute?photosThere is not one correct way to attribute. One must attribute to the best of his ability using the available informationOne must include:

THE AUTHOR: Name/pseudonym/usernameLink to the authors profileTITLETITLE OF THE WORK: Title of the workLink where the original photo is hostedCC LICENSE TYPE: CC License nameLink to the full licenseCOPYRIGHT NOTICES: Leave notices intact when you credit the workInclude other parties as requested by the creator13how to attribute?photosExamples:

Source: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~ahrc/resources/ccattribute.html

14how to attribute?blogsOne must include:

THE AUTHOR: Name/pseudonym/ usernameLink to the authors profileTITLETITLE OF THE WORK: Title of the workLink to the original workCC LICENSE TYPE: CC License nameLink to the full license

Example:Source: http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/creative_commons/best_practices_creative_commons_attributions

15how to attribute?booksOne must include:

THE AUTHOR: Name/pseudonym/usernameLink to the authors profileTITLETITLE OF THE WORK: Title of the workLink to the original workCC LICENSE TYPE: CC License nameLink to the full license / written near the author and the title if its a hard copyExample:Source: http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/creative_commons/best_practices_creative_commons_attributions

16how to attribute?online videosOne must include:

THE AUTHOR: Name/pseudonym/ usernameLink to the authors profileTITLETITLE OF THE WORK: Title of the workLink to the original workCC LICENSE TYPE: CC License nameLicense written into credits at end of video. Ideally make the text clickable to the original work. Put links to the original work and the license terms in the information section for the particular work (i.e. on the right in YouTube).Source: http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/creative_commons/best_practices_creative_commons_attributions

17how to attribute?online videosExamples:

Source: http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/creative_commons/best_practices_creative_commons_attributions, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDbbdeIXO0w#t=3m0s

18how to attribute?photos / drawings / illustrationsOne must include:

THE AUTHOR: Name/pseudonym/usernameLink to the authors profileTITLETITLE OF THE WORK: Title of the workLink to the original workCC LICENSE TYPE: CC License nameLicense (with link online) or in close proximity to the tangible work (either in the border or directly on the work, if applicable).Source: http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/creative_commons/best_practices_creative_commons_attributions

Example:

19how to embed CC Licenses into resources?For websites & webpagesScroll to the bottom of the page and select Use this license for your own workEmbed the html code that is given into your own website or web page that host your resourceSource: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/publications/programmerelated/2011/scaembeddingcclicencesbp.aspx?_tmc=LocbSfVWICSiFbxfEie2-BXVltG1taG7y63RZYVrLog20how to embed CC Licenses into resources?For blogsPaste code into your Blogger Template Log into your Blogger blog, then click the Template tab to edit the code. Near the end of the template code, before you see , paste in the code copied in the previous step by clicking the page and hitting ctrl-v (command-v on a Mac). Click "Save Template Changes" then republish your blog to add your license to your Blogger site.

Source: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/publications/programmerelated/2011/scaembeddingcclicencesbp.aspx?_tmc=LocbSfVWICSiFbxfEie2-BXVltG1taG7y63RZYVrLog21how to embed CC Licenses into resources?For MS Office documents (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)Make sure that your resource contains information about authorship and contact details (such as an email address)Source: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/publications/programmerelated/2011/scaembeddingcclicencesbp.aspx?_tmc=LocbSfVWICSiFbxfEie2-BXVltG1taG7y63RZYVrLog22how to embed CC Licenses into resources?For podcasts & other audio/visual resourcesFollow these instructionsYou can also put the CC licence terms into any text descriptions if you are using Flickr, YouTube etc.

Source: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/publications/programmerelated/2011/scaembeddingcclicencesbp.aspx?_tmc=LocbSfVWICSiFbxfEie2-BXVltG1taG7y63RZYVrLog23how to embed CC Licenses into resources?For RSS and ATOMFollow these instructionsSource: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/publications/programmerelated/2011/scaembeddingcclicencesbp.aspx?_tmc=LocbSfVWICSiFbxfEie2-BXVltG1taG7y63RZYVrLogThere is so much creativity out there. We continuously walk towards excellence and improving our projects. Photography, fonts, music and code are perfect examples. Looking for objects and existing implementations is often quicker and more practical than creating your own. For professionals, understanding the boundaries of a license is critical; with this knowledge, one would be surprised by what is available. Understanding copyright and licenses allows us to what we are best at: BE CREATIVE!

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