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Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
Guide to Creative Commons
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Guide to Creative Commons

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Provide a brief introduction to Creative Commons, why it matters, where to find CC-licensed content and how to attribute content appropriately.

Provide a brief introduction to Creative Commons, why it matters, where to find CC-licensed content and how to attribute content appropriately.

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  1. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries 5-MINUTES GUIDE TO Specially compiled by Hedren Sum from NTU Libraries
  2. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries WHAT IS A non-profit organisation that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools.
  3. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries WHY IT MATTERS?
  4. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries In the world today, we used content of various types everyday. Information and content can be created, communicated and shared in many new exciting ways through the Internet. However, it is also important to know when something is created, such as photos, artworks or document, it is automatically protected by copyright. Copyright determines who can use, share, and reuse creations. Text designed by Icomatic, Video designed by Dmitry Baranovskiy, Images designed by John Caserta, Book designed by Martin Delin, Graduate Cap designed by Nicolas Ramallo, Beaker designed by Ken Messenger & Graphic Design designed by Anna Weiss from The Noun Project
  5. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries All rights reserved Public domain Some rights reserved Creative Commons provide a standard way for creators to provide permissions to use their work, that is to: •  Allow creators to give others the right to share or build upon your work •  Allows creators to reserve only those rights they wanted
  6. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries Attribution (BY) Require acknowledgement of the author/ source ShareAlike (SA) Usage is allowed only if the modified work is under a license identical to the license that governs the work NonCommerical (NC) Usage is allowed only for non-commercial purposes NoDerivative (ND) Modifications is not allowed The Symbols…
  7. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives CC BY-NC-ND Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC Attribution-NoDerivatives CC BY-ND Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA Attribution CC BY Most Free Least Free 6 License Types…
  8. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries WHERE TO FIND CC-LICENSED CONTENT?
  9. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries searchsearch.creativecommons.org USE:
  10. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries HOW TO ATTRIBUTE YOUR SOURCES?
  11. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries •  Title of image/work •  Author/Artist •  URL of source •  CC license (if any) •  URL of CC license summary (if any) Otherwise stated, typically, attribution should include the following details:
  12. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries For Images with CC license: TYPE OF WORK FORMAT EXAMPLE REMARKS Original IATUL 2012 Bag Design by Hedren Sum, CC BY-NC Hyperlink work title to website source and CC license to the license summary page respectively. With modifications Image based on “IATUL 2012 Bag Design” by Hedren Sum, CC BY-NC Images designed by John Caserta from The Noun Project  
  13. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries Embedded videos or media: FORMAT EXAMPLE REMARKS Jinsop Lee: Design for all 5 senses on TED, CC BY- NC-ND Hyperlink work title to website source and CC license to the license summary page respectively. Guide to Use WGSN-HomeBuildLife at NTU Libraries by Hedren Sum on Slideshare, CC BY-NC-SA Typically, embedded videos or media, such as YouTube videos do not require any formal attribution since the media itself usually links back to the original source. However, an line of attribution is still encouraged. Video designed by Dmitry Baranovskiy from The Noun Project  
  14. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries “Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.” United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  15. 030913 Nanyang Technological University Libraries FOR ANY ENQUIRIES ON CREATIVE COMMONS, CONTACT … HEDREN SUM Art Librarian (Visual Communication & Product Design) Assistant Librarian (New Media Group) NTU Libraries Email: hedrensum@ntu.edu.sg Blog: http://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/library-resources/design

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