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Creative Commons

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Transcript of Creative Commons

COPY
v.s.
PUBLIC
What if
RIGHT
DOMAIN
I
my work
want
to be somewhere
in the middle?
The
SOLUTION
is...
WHAT IS IT?
internationally
active non-profit
organization
a copyright alternative
that provides free licenses
for creators to use
• help the creator give permission to use their
work in advanced under certain conditions
• somewhere between
copyright and public domain,
wherein the creators
can manage their
copyright
EXAMPLE:
I want my picture to be used
by people, but I want to be
credited, and I don't want
people to edit/change
my picture.
GOAL:
increase access
and sharing while
still protecting the
creator and
his work
USER
OBLIGATIONS
what you should
and should not do
ALWAYS attribute
the contributor
name of
the creator
WHAT
to
INCLUDE
title of the
work
URL where
the work is
hosted
the type of
license the work
is under and a link
to the license
any copyright
notice associated
with the work
• get permission
from the
creator if you
wish to do
anything
that is
not
stated
in the
license
• if there is a copyright notice attached to the work, keep it
• if you make
any changes to
the work, cite the
original
• do not
alter the terms
of the license
• do not add anything to
the work that will
restrict others
from using it
• do not imply that the creator is endorsing you
THE LICENSES
allow the creator to choose how they want their work to be used
members of the public would know how to use one’s work
if some would like to use the work other that what the license states, the person has to contact the creator.
ATTRIBUTION
(BY)
• the creator must always be credited
NON-COMMERCIAL
(NC)
• use of the work for
advertising and profit
are not allowed
Ex. sharing the work to other
people is allowed, but
selling it is not
allowed
NO DERIVATIVE
WORKS
(ND)
• the work cannot be edited in any way
• the work has to be used as it is
SHARE ALIKE
(SA)
• any new work made with the
original must be under the same
license as the original
Ex. if one wants to edit the work,
extra permission from the creator is needed
Ex. if one edits a work under a
BY-SA license, their work also
has to be under the
BY-SA license
OPTIONAL
LICENSE
ELEMENTS
STANDARD
LICENSES
ATTRIBUTION
(BY)
Commercial
& Non-commercial
copy
adapt or modify
redistribute (publish, display, publicly perform, communicate to others)
license to others
ATTRIBUTION-
NONCOMMERCIAL
(BY-NC)
copy
adapt or modify
redistribute
license to others
Non-commercial only
ATTRIBUTION-
SHARE ALIKE
(BY-SA)
Commercial
& Non-commercial
copy
adapt or modify
redistribute
license to others on the same terms as the original work
ATTRIBUTION-
NO DERIVATIVE WORKS
(BY-ND)
Commercial
& Noncommercial
copy
redistribute
license to others
ATTRIBUTION-
NONCOMMERCIAL-SHARE ALIKE
(BY-NC-SA)
Non-commercial only
copy
adapt or modify
redistribute
license to others on the same terms as the original work
ATTRIBUTION-
NONCOMMERCIAL
NO DERIVATIVE WORKS
(BY-NC-ND)
Non-commercial only
copy
redistribute
license to others
ADVANTAGES
• saves you from the
trouble of having to ask
permission from the
creators if you can use
their work
• increase
sharing of
knowledge in
the world,
especially
in the
internet
• choose how your work can be used (not only limited to copyright and public domain)
• internationally known
• educational
purposes
teachers can copy, distribute, or modify (if possible) any work for their students
students can use works for projects, reports, etc. freely
distribute handouts
copy, share, present
DISADVANTAGES
EXTREMELY
copyright is already an extremely complex concept, and having creative commons makes it even more confusing
complicated to have a license that is not under the 6 standard licenses (if ever one wants more restrictions)
complex
SOURCES
7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons
http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7023.pdf

About
http://creativecommons.org/about

Advantages and Disadvantages
http://www.geeksdesk.com/creative-commons-images/

Attribution
http://www.smartcopying.edu.au/scw/webdav/site/scwsite/shared/attribute.pdf

What is Creative Commons?
http://www.smartcopying.edu.au/scw/webdav/site/scwsite/shared/What_is_Creative_Commons__website_.pdf
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