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Creative
Creative Commons
            Commons
                 What every
What every
                 educator
CREATOR
   ...
Digital Tools
foster creation, distribution and use.

 What every
 CREATOR
 needs to know.
All Rights Reserved



  Filling the Gap



   Public Domain
And the Creative Commons
quot;Our current culture
is one in which creators
get to create only with the
permission of the powerful,
or of creators f...
Do you create?
                 photos
    artwork               music

                   writing
 movies
Where do
your ideas
come from?
Is all content
up for grabs?
The Creative Commons...
Empowers
     you...
... to decide how your work
                can be used.
You specify permissions.
You can allow others to...
Share
Perform
Remix
Mashup
Do we model academic integrity?
How do we guide student creators?
CreativeCommons.org
copyright Blender Foundation | www.bigbuckbunny.org
CC Integration
CC Integration




          www.archive.org
CC Integration




          www.slideshare.net
CC Integration




         www.opsound.org
Distributed For Creative Use
Melih Bilgil’s Icon Language




            www.picol.org
www.whitehouse.gov
In a connected world:
What every
 How can we teach
CREATOR
 ‘creative integrity’?
needs to know.
Creative Commons Images
Used Courtesy of:
    Tammy Green       Marco Raaphorst

     Franz Patzig     Dave Patten

      ...
Created by:   Rodd Lucier
               www.thecleversheep.com




Licensed by:   Creative Commons:
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  1. 1. Creative Creative Commons Commons What every What every educator CREATOR needs to know. needs to know.
  2. 2. Digital Tools foster creation, distribution and use. What every CREATOR needs to know.
  3. 3. All Rights Reserved Filling the Gap Public Domain
  4. 4. And the Creative Commons
  5. 5. quot;Our current culture is one in which creators get to create only with the permission of the powerful, or of creators from the pastquot; Lawrence Lessig Founder of Creative Commons
  6. 6. Do you create? photos artwork music writing movies
  7. 7. Where do your ideas come from?
  8. 8. Is all content up for grabs?
  9. 9. The Creative Commons...
  10. 10. Empowers you...
  11. 11. ... to decide how your work can be used.
  12. 12. You specify permissions.
  13. 13. You can allow others to...
  14. 14. Share
  15. 15. Perform
  16. 16. Remix
  17. 17. Mashup
  18. 18. Do we model academic integrity?
  19. 19. How do we guide student creators?
  20. 20. CreativeCommons.org
  21. 21. copyright Blender Foundation | www.bigbuckbunny.org
  22. 22. CC Integration
  23. 23. CC Integration www.archive.org
  24. 24. CC Integration www.slideshare.net
  25. 25. CC Integration www.opsound.org
  26. 26. Distributed For Creative Use
  27. 27. Melih Bilgil’s Icon Language www.picol.org
  28. 28. www.whitehouse.gov
  29. 29. In a connected world: What every How can we teach CREATOR ‘creative integrity’? needs to know.
  30. 30. Creative Commons Images Used Courtesy of: Tammy Green Marco Raaphorst Franz Patzig Dave Patten Nicholas MacGowan
  31. 31. Created by: Rodd Lucier www.thecleversheep.com Licensed by: Creative Commons: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Canada
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