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  • 1. PLAY T THE LICEN NSING GA AME! The goal o of the game is s to determin ne whether or not differennt types of Cre eative Comm mons licensed content can be combinned and remixxed in order t to create a ne ew, legal, and d open resour rce. The four t types of conte ent are:   1. Te ext  2. Im mage  3. Music  M 4. Video Each grou up will get one ontent cards. Each set contains four car e OER Remix sheet and three sets of co rds. Don’t ope en the card seets until the g game begins. INSTRUC CTIONS Empty the bag that contains the first set of cards.  Arrange the c e first Ziploc b content cardss on your Rem mix sheet so a all four types of content arre representeed (place the T Text card on the Text spac ce, Image card on Image, etc). Each conte ent card alrea ady has a Creative Commo ons (CC) Licen nse (or other legal restricti ion) on it.  Given what you already know and/o or learned ab bout CC licens sing, your goa al with your g group is to determinee whether or not the set o of content car rds you have  been given is s a legal remix x of licensed content.  HINTS PD = the p public domain n  CC‐BY‐SA cards can be e remixed with PD, CC‐BY a and other CC‐ ‐BY‐SA CC‐BY‐NC n be remixed with PD, CC‐BY, and othe r CC‐BY‐NC‐S C‐SA cards can SA  This game is a adapted from the Brigham Young UUniversity Division o of Continuing Educ cation Independennt Study – Finding and Using Open Educational R Resources: http://i indstudy1.org/univ v/355460515034/ /Flash/Lesson2/PraacticeVersion.htm ml