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Co-presented online w Lynda Kellam Oct 2010

Co-presented online w Lynda Kellam Oct 2010

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    Intro to Creative Commons Intro to Creative Commons Presentation Transcript

    • Get Creative with Creative Commons Beth Filar Williams Lynda M. KellamMaterial adapted from Kleinman, M. (2008, November). The beauty of Some Rights Reserved: Introducing Creative Commons to librarians, faculty, and students." College and Research Libraries News, 69 (10): 594-597.
    • This is NOT a presentation about …• Copyright – Legislation – Restrictions• Fair Use or Library Use
    • This IS a presentation about…• Creative Commons – An nonprofit corporation created to assist content creators in bypassing the restrictions of copyright – A license you can get for your own work to ensure that it can be shared (or used by) others.
    • The thing about copyright …• Copyright is automatic with the creation of work in a fixed format and lasts life of creator +70 years• Copyright = bundle of rights – copy – create derivative works – distribute copies – perform works publicly – display works publicly• Almost everything is copyrighted whether the creator intends it to be or not.
    • Because copyright is all or nothing…• Creative Commons allows for “some rights reserved”• The creator gets to decide what those rights are rather than the law• Why do this? – Because protects free exchange of knowledge and collaborative work – Gives control back to the creator to say “Yes. Use my work.”
    • How Does It Work?• Creators can create licenses specific to their needs.• Creators have several conditions to choose from…
    • First Two License Conditions• Attribution by – Others may copy, distribute, display, create derivatives, and perform but only if give credit the way the creator requests.• Share Alike – Others may distribute derivatives under a license identical to yours.
    • Last Two License Conditions• Non-Commercial – Others may copy, distribute, etc but only for non- commercial purposes.• No Derivative Works – Others may copy, distribute, etc only verbatim copies and not derivatives.
    • To create your license…• You just need to combine the four conditions in the ways to suit your needs to create a license. – Attribution – Attribution Share Alike – Attribution No Derivatives – Attribution Non-Commercial – Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike – Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives• These are the main licenses. Others are available.
    • Where do you license your work?• Why here: http://creativecommons.org/choose/
    • Questions?
    • Irma Minervas Audio Magazine http://iminervapodcast.blogspot.com/Podcasts from Jackson Library at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    • http://www.ocwconsortium.org/
    • Questions?http://uncg.libguides.com/workshops