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20130117 dublin creative_commonseurope


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20130117 dublin creative_commonseurope

  1. 1. A rough guide to Creative Commons Gwen Franck CC Regional Coordinator Europe @g_fra Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. All image attributions and their licenses can be found on the final slide.
  2. 2. Creative Commons enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools On your own terms - and without losing attribution
  3. 3. Worldwide Affiliate Network managed by regional coordinators Volunteers Legal + other backgrounds promote and inform ‘young’ and ‘mature’ teams different areas of expertise offer policy support + guidance (no legal advice) national and international policy rooted locally
  4. 4. / CC Europe: almost 40 teams active, and several in the making
  5. 5. • • • • • • Promote and inform public about CC Offer support (not legal advice!) Community building Translating the licenses Policy participation o National o International Project participation o OER o Toolkits o Translations o ...
  6. 6. Links & Contact • • • • • • • European Open Edu Policy Project Toolkits project School of Open Team Open Open Policy Network
  7. 7. Attributions • • “Some rights reserved” by Ddraig Lucifer on CC BY-SA All icons from The Noun Project o o Archive by Iconathon (Public Domain) o Camera by Carol Santos (CC BY 3.0) o Document by Rob Gill (CC BY 3.0) o Music by Ryan Oksenhorn (Public Domain) o Paint Brush by Björn Andersson (CC BY 3.0) o Museum by Saman Bemel-Benrud (Public Domain) o Microscope (Public Domain) o Advocacy by OCHA Visual Information Unit (Public Domain) o • Education by Patrick Trouvé (CC BY 3.0) Europe by Milo Miloezger (Public Domain) o Information by Tommy Kuntze (CC BY 3.0) “Team Open” by Luke Surl (CC0 Public Domain Dedication)