Creative Commons and its different licenses

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Creative Commons and its different licenses

  1. 1. By: Caroline 6-T
  2. 2. WITHOUT Creative Commons… ALL rights reserved
  3. 3. With Creative Commons…SOME rights reserved
  4. 4. There are many types of licenses thatyou can get from Creative Commons• Attribution• Share Alike• No Derivatives• Non- Commercial• Non- Commercial Share Alike• Non- Commercial No Derivatives
  5. 5. AttributionMeans people can use it commercially,and create new versions of it. Which issort of like using it as a template thenchanging it around completely.
  6. 6. Share AlikePeople can also use it commercially, andthey must license the new work under aShare Alike license.
  7. 7. No DerivativesPeople can use it commercially, but theycannot create new versions of it.
  8. 8. Non- CommercialPeople cannot use it commercially, and itcan be under any non- commercial license.
  9. 9. Non- Commercial Share AlikePeople can’t use it commercially, and theyhave to put the new work under a Non-Commercial Share Alike license.
  10. 10. Non- Commercial No DerivativesPeople cannot use it commercially, and theycannot create new copies of it.
  11. 11. Creative Commons lets people sort of use YOUR work…Does Creative Commons seem better now?
  12. 12. Just this…
  13. 13. ALL this…
  14. 14. I know its YOUR choice…Doesn’t Creative Commons seem better?Nicer?Newer?Cooler?
  15. 15. I think I know what you’re thinking now… You think Creative Commons is better!
  16. 16. In the end…So, now that I’ve told you all that, do you getwhat Creative Commons is???
  17. 17. Yes?
  18. 18. No?
  19. 19. Maybe?
  20. 20. Just to review…• Creative Commons lets people change your work around a bit, until its just how they want it to be.• Unlike Copyright, you can use people’s work.• Only one thing: You have to give credit to the person who originally created the work.• Creative Commons and Copyright SORT of have close intentions, but they are different.
  21. 21. Thanks for watching!!!

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