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Intro to Creative Commons, virtual workshop by UNCG librarians on Oct 27 2010

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  • 1. Get Creative with Creative Commons
    Beth Filar Williams
    Lynda M. Kellam
    Material 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.
  • 2. This is NOT a presentation about …
    Copyright
    Legislation
    Restrictions
    Fair Use or Library Use
  • 3. 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.
  • 4. 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.
  • 5. 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.”
  • 6. How Does It Work?
    Creators can create licenses specific to their needs.
    Creators have several conditions to choose from…
  • 7. 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.
  • 8. 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.
  • 9. 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.
  • 10. Where do you license your work?
    Why here: http://creativecommons.org/choose/
  • 11. Questions?
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  • 17. Irma Minerva's Audio Magazine http://iminervapodcast.blogspot.com/
    Podcasts from Jackson Library at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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  • 21. http://www.ocwconsortium.org/
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  • 23. Questions?
    http://uncg.libguides.com/workshops