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Ignite4: Toward a World of Open


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Presentation to Ignite 4 in Ann Arbor, MI on October 12, 2010. This presentation features information about creative commons licenses and how these licenses can be used to facilitate creativity and knowledge sharing, especially in an educational context

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Ignite4: Toward a World of Open

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  5. 5. Works Cited [tite, author, source, license] • “The Grabbing Hands” by I, Timmy -- -- CC: BY-NC-SA • "Knowledge mural" by Robert Lewis Reid, Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson building -- PD-INEL • Constitution of the United States of America -- 9497E783C919DBE7 -- PD-GOV • “3 Robots Remix” by jimyounkin -- -- CC: BY-NC-SA • "Copyright" -- -- PD-GOV • "Creativity Workshop" by lisibo -- -- CC: BY-SA • "Locks_Kobe" by OpenCage -- -- CC: BY • "Translation" -- -- PD • ”Who looks outside, dreams; who looks outside, awakes" by myklroventine -- -- CC: BY • "Mauritian School Class" by johnspooner -- -- CC: BY-NC • "Think laterally" by opensourceway --å -- CC: BY-SA • “Vintage Building Blocks” by 10000spoons -- CC: BY-NC-SA • “Share your ideas” by britbohlinger -- -- CC: BY-NC • “lend a hand” by alasis -- -- CC: BY-SA • “Seven Principles of Learning” by dkuropatwa -- -- CC: BY-NC-SA • “Stairs to Heaven” by werkunz -- -- CC: BY-NC-SA • "Mauritian School Class" by johnspooner -- -- CC: BY-NC • "Another hat toss picture." by 46124960@N00 -- -- CC: BY- SA
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