Andrew Matangi - Creative Commons in Schools

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Andrew Matangi's presentation from the Creative Commons in Schools events on March 12, 13 and 17.

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Andrew Matangi - Creative Commons in Schools

  1. 1. CREATIVE COMMONS LICENCES ERM, WHAT? Andrew Matangi (andrew.matangi@gmail.com)
  2. 2. You all produce/own copyright ©  Pictures on your phone  Year 12 poems  Letters to your Mum  Learning materials produced for class
  3. 3. Who owns © ?  Generally: if you create the work, you own ©  But if you create the work in the course of your employment, your employer owns the ©
  4. 4. Letting others use ©  You could just say "Here, use it"  Imprecise, uncertain what they can do (commercial use?)  Will you be named as the author?  Potential liability based on content – might be an issue for your employer  Better – use a well-recognised licence, e.g. Creative Commons  Flexible  Protect you and the user
  5. 5. Creative Commons Licences  2 groups of 3 licences (= 6 total)  One group doesn't permit commercial use, the other does  Within each group, the licences become progressively more restrictive
  6. 6. 4 Licence Elements BY (attribution)
  7. 7. NC - NonCommercial
  8. 8. ND – no derivative works/adaptations
  9. 9. ShareAlike
  10. 10. More enMore free More restrictive The 6 licences
  11. 11. Layers Licence symboll Human readable Lawyer readable
  12. 12. "Fair dealing"  A “fair dealing” with a copyright work does not infringe copyright if done for one of these purposes:  research or private study;  criticism or review; or  reporting current events.  “Fair?” - depends on the facts of a particular case.  How much is being used?  Impact on market for the work  Nature of work, purpose of use

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