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This presentation will give an overview of the creative commons licesces.

This presentation will give an overview of the creative commons licesces.

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    • Compiled and Presented by: Dimple Shah
    • What is Creative Commons?2 Copy Right Creative Commons Symbol Symbol Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • Content Outline3  Introduction  Difference between Copy Right and Creative Commons  Why Creative Commons?  What are Creative Commons?  Conditions  Licences  Features of the Licences Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • Objectives4  At the end of this seminar, you will be able to  State the difference between copyright and creative commons  Describe what is creative commons  Identify and state the conditions under creative commons licences  Identify and state the creative commons licences  Identify and use other people’s work on the basis of the rights of the creator. Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • How is Creative Commons Different from Copyright?5 • Work cannot be used, copied • Work may be used without Creative Commons or published without the permission, but only under creators permission. certain circumstances. • It applies to all the original • Creators set rules for the way work that is protected under their work is used. Copy right copyright when its created. • It applies only to work that creators have chosen to designate as Creative Commons. Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • Why Creative Commons?6 Want to let people share and use your work, but not allow companies to sell them? Looking for access to course materials from the world’s top universities? Want to encourage readers to re-publish your blog posts, as long as they give you credit? Looking for images or sounds that you can use and modify or remix, royalty-free? Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • What is Creative Commons?7  Creative Commons is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 2001, that promotes the creative reuse of intellectual and artistic works — whether owned or in the public domain.  Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators that build upon the “all rights reserved” concept of traditional copyright to offer a voluntary “some rights reserved” approach. Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • What is Creative Commons?8  Creative commons licences provide a standard way for content creators to grant someone else permission to use their work.  A creative commons licence is used when an author wants to give people the right to share, use or build upon a work that they have created. Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • Conditions9 • The • No • Share NON COMMERCIAL (NC) authors revenue • Exactly gladly NO DERIVATIVES (ND) name by using use. No but only must be the work. editing. underATTRIBUTION (BY) SHARE ALIKE (SA) listed certain under or conditions. next to the work. Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • Licences10 Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • HighlyAccomodating Licences ATTRIBUTION Wikinews ATTRIBUTION - SHAREALIKE Wikipedia ATTRIBUTION – NO DERIVATIVES ATTRIBUTION – NO COMMERCIAL xkcd ATTRIBUTION – NO COMMERCIAL - Khan Academy SHAREALIKE ATTRIBUTION – NO COMMERCIAL – NO DERIVATIVES Least11 Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013Accomodating
    • Features12 Every CC license allows you to Every CC license COPY the work APPLIES WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTE the work LASTS FOR THE DURATION of the work’s copyright DISPLAY IT publicly Is NON REVOCABLE MAKE DIGITAL public performances SHIFT THE WORK Is NOT EXCLUSIVE into another format as a verbatim copy Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
    • References13  http://creativecommons.org/  http://www.gcflearnfree.org/useinformationcorrectly/module/12/pri nt  http://foter.com/blog/how-to-attribute-creative-commons-photos/  http://www.tagseoblog.com/what-means-creative-commons- infographic Dimple Shah, Dept. Educational Technology, SNDT University 10 February 2013
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