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Attributing Creative Commons licensed resources


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Creative Commons (CC) & Open Education Resources (OER) for Schools

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Attributing Creative Commons licensed resources

  2. 2. ATTRIBUTING CC MATERIAL • Teachers can use CC licensed materials as long as you follow the license conditions. One condition of all CC licences is attribution. When attributing remember TASL: • T: Title • A: Author • S: Source • L: Licence Always check whether the creator has specified a particular attribution. (oer)-a-toolkit-for-teachers-curriculum-and-elearning-developers/appendix-3---creative-commons---best- practices-for-attribution 2
  3. 3. WHERE SHOULD I PLACE THE ATTRIBUTION? • Text resources (eg books, worksheets, PowerPoint slides etc): next to CC work or as the footer of the page on which the CC work appears. • Video works: near the work as it appears on screen during the video. • Sound recordings (eg podcasts): mention the name of the artist during the recording (like a radio announcement) and provide full attribution details in text near the podcast where it is being stored (eg blog, school intranet, learning management system etc). teachers-and-students/how-to-attribute-creative-commons-licensed-materials 3
  4. 4. ATTRIBUTION – CC MATERIAL "Creative Commons 10th Birthday Celebration San Francisco" by tvol is licensed under CC-BY 2.0 Title: "Creative Commons 10th Birthday Celebration San Francisco“ Author: "tvol" - linked to his profile page Source: "Creative Commons 10th Birthday Celebration San Francisco" - linked to original Flickr page Licence: "CC-BY 2.0" - linked to licence deed education-resources/open-educational-resources-(oer)-a- toolkit-for-teachers-curriculum-and-elearning- developers/appendix-3---creative-commons---best- practices-for-attribution 4
  5. 5. ATTRIBUTION – SCHOOL OWNED MATERIAL • Material that has been created by your school or Department should be clearly labelled as such in order to avoid paying fees under the statutory licence to use the material. • Recommended attribution for CC licensed material is: • © 2020 [administering body] [school name]. Except as otherwise noted, this [insert content title] is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. To view a copy of this licence, visit school-material 5
  6. 6. USEFUL RESOURCES FOR ATTRIBUTING CC MATERIAL • OER Toolkit for teachers, e learning and curriculum developers: Best Practices for Attribution • Creative Commons Information Pack for teachers and students: How to Attribute Creative Commons Material • Where to find CC licensed materials • Open Attribute Tool • Copyright in the Digital Teaching Environment: A Manual for Schools 6
  7. 7. more information 02 7814 3855