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An Introduction to 4.0     for Educators  Dr. Cable Green – NOT a Lawyer!      Director of Global Learning          Creati...
Please attribute Creative Commons with a link to              creativecommons.org
1.0 – December     2002  2.0 – May 2004            2.5 – June 2005                        3.0 – February                  ...
Why 4.0?
Source: wikiHow, licensedunder under a CreativeCommons license.
Intergovernmental  Organizations
Pier 1 by Will FolsomLicensed under a Creative Commons AttributionLicense
Key 4.0 featuresfor OCW and education
Improved clarity and licensing ofrights; relationship to otheragreements made clearer Photo by marc falardeau, licensed un...
Attribution is simplified and more flexiblemaking compliance easier, while stillrespecting authors’ rights
ShareAlike for adaptations only, asbefore;(re-)use with Wikimedia/pedia contentunchanged
NC unchanged; no disruption of existing NCmodels, but more clarity of its meaningoutside of licenses
Other 4.0 FeaturesAutomatic reinstatement upon cure (á la GPL) – still TBD  Flexible warranties at option of licensor  ...
What’s next? Draft 3 published in October Porting, deed and license chooser    discussion pre-launch Launch!
Workshop Barcelona: Intro to Creative Commons 4.0 for education audience
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Workshop Barcelona: Intro to Creative Commons 4.0 for education audience

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Presentation of Cable Green about version 4.0 of the Creative Commons licenses at Workshop Barcelona at 20th of September 2012

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Workshop Barcelona: Intro to Creative Commons 4.0 for education audience

  1. 1. An Introduction to 4.0 for Educators Dr. Cable Green – NOT a Lawyer! Director of Global Learning Creative Commons @cgreen cable@creativecommons.org
  2. 2. Please attribute Creative Commons with a link to creativecommons.org
  3. 3. 1.0 – December 2002 2.0 – May 2004 2.5 – June 2005 3.0 – February 2007
  4. 4. Why 4.0?
  5. 5. Source: wikiHow, licensedunder under a CreativeCommons license.
  6. 6. Intergovernmental Organizations
  7. 7. Pier 1 by Will FolsomLicensed under a Creative Commons AttributionLicense
  8. 8. Key 4.0 featuresfor OCW and education
  9. 9. Improved clarity and licensing ofrights; relationship to otheragreements made clearer Photo by marc falardeau, licensed under a Creative Commons License
  10. 10. Attribution is simplified and more flexiblemaking compliance easier, while stillrespecting authors’ rights
  11. 11. ShareAlike for adaptations only, asbefore;(re-)use with Wikimedia/pedia contentunchanged
  12. 12. NC unchanged; no disruption of existing NCmodels, but more clarity of its meaningoutside of licenses
  13. 13. Other 4.0 FeaturesAutomatic reinstatement upon cure (á la GPL) – still TBD  Flexible warranties at option of licensor  Clear(er) that additional permissions always allowed by licenses
  14. 14. What’s next? Draft 3 published in October Porting, deed and license chooser discussion pre-launch Launch!

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