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Creative Commons and the CC BY license, Overview for 2013 OPEN Kick-off

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Summary of session from OPEN Kickoff Conference for DOL TAACCCT Round 2 Grantees: Jane Park from Creative Commons will give a brief overview of Creative Commons, Creative Commons license use in education, and Creative Common's integral role in the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement. She will explain the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY) requirement for TAACCCT program grantees, how the CC BY license works, and the free support CC will offer to grantees around application of the license to grantee materials.

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Creative Commons and the CC BY license, Overview for 2013 OPEN Kick-off

  1. 1. 2http://open4us.org
  2. 2.  What is CC BY? What is Creative Commons? Whatdoes it do? How does it work? Who can use CC? How is CC used in education? What support can I expect fromCC?
  3. 3. 1. CC BY license requirement2. Creative Commons overview3. The CC licenses, esp. CC BY4. CC & Open Educational Resources5. Our free services
  4. 4. The CC BY license requirement“All successful applicants must allow broad access forothers to use and enhance project products andofferings, including authorizing for-profit derivative usesof the courses and associated learning materials bylicensing newly developed materials produced with grantfunds with a Creative Commons Attribution License(CC BY).”http://www.doleta.gov/taaccct/applicantinfo.cfm
  5. 5. The CC BY license requirement“This license allows subsequent users to copy,distribute, transmit and adapt the copyrighted work andrequires such users to attribute the work in the mannerspecified by the Grantee.”http://www.doleta.gov/taaccct/applicantinfo.cfm
  6. 6. “Only work that is developed by the grantee with thegrant funds is required to be licensed under the CC BYlicense.”http://www.doleta.gov/taaccct/applicantinfo.cfmThis requirement applies to:
  7. 7. This requirement does not apply to: Pre-existing copyrighted materials licensed to, orpurchased by the grantee from third parties, including Modifications of such materials Works created by the grantee without grant funds
  8. 8. Why CC BY?
  9. 9. 1. CC BY license requirement2. Creative Commons overview3. The CC licenses, esp. CC BY4. CC & Open Educational Resources5. Our free services
  10. 10.  What is Creative Commons? What does it do? How does it work? Who can use CC?
  11. 11. We make sharing content easy,legal, and scalable.What do we do?
  12. 12. Because not all sharing is easy.Or legal.Especially when you’re sharingwith lots of folks via the Internet.
  13. 13. All rights reserved
  14. 14. In a digital world, most everyone isa creator of copyrighted content.
  15. 15. CC BY-NC-SA by Judy Baxter: http://www.flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/501511984/
  16. 16. CC BY-NC “fuzzy copyright” by PugnoM -
  17. 17. With Creative Commons, creatorscan grant copy and reusepermissions in advance.
  18. 18. Free copyright licenses thatcreators can attach to theirworks.How do we do it?
  19. 19. least freeMost freeLeast free
  20. 20. AttributionNon-Commercial No Derivative WorksShare AlikeStep 1: Choose Conditionshttp://creativecommons.org/choose
  21. 21. Anyone. Anywhere in theworld.Even machines can read CClicenses! Let me explain…Who can use CC licenses?
  22. 22. CC licenses are unique because theyare expressed in three ways.
  23. 23. LawyerReadableLegal Code
  24. 24. HumanReadableDeed
  25. 25. MachineReadableMetadata
  26. 26. 35CC AffiliateNetwork
  27. 27. We make sharing content easy,legal, and scalable.What do we do?
  28. 28. 37500 million works
  29. 29. 1. CC BY license requirement2. Creative Commons overview3. The CC licenses, esp. CC BY4. CC & Open EducationalResources (OER)5. Our free services
  30. 30. Open Educational Resources (OER)
  31. 31. ✓ Customization✓ Accessible versions✓ Translations✓ Evolution of resource over time✓ Affordable versions✓ Innovation✓ Discoverability
  32. 32. http://creativecommons.org/education
  33. 33. Why CC BY?
  34. 34. Easy, Legal, ScalablePublic access to publicly fundededucational materialsMaking reuse and innovationpossibleWhy CC BY?
  35. 35. 1. CC BY license requirement2. Creative Commons overview3. The CC licenses, esp. CC BY4. CC & Open Educational Resources5. Our free services
  36. 36. ✓ Understand CC licenses✓ Apply CC BY to your materials✓ Find existing OER to use✓ Attribute other CC-licensed works✓ Follow best practices for aboveIn addition to hosting this conference…we will help you:
  37. 37. ✓ Direct email & phone assistancetaa@creativecommons.org✓Custom webinars✓ On-site assistance✓ http://open4us.org✓ Your idea here…We will do this through:
  38. 38. Creative Commons and the double C in a circle are registered trademarks ofCreative Commons in the United States and other countries. Third party marksand brands are the property of their respective holders.Please attribute Creative Commons with a link tocreativecommons.org
  39. 39. Jane ParkProject Manager at CCSchool of Openhttp://schoolofopen.orgjanepark@creativecommons.org

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