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Get Creative Commons Savvy Mandy Misner, OSU Extended Campus Sue Kunda, OSU Libraries and Press March 11, 2013

What’s Copyright Got To Do With It?

“The Congress shall have Power to…

promote the Progress of Science and

useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.” U.S. Constitution – Article 1 Section 8

What

Can

Be Copyrighted?

What

Can’t

Be Copyrighted?

Fixed In Tangible Format

Copyright

Duration Author’s Life + 70 Years

Assume almost

EVERYTHING

is copyrighted

facts & ideas pre-1923 works Federal documents *except for fair use and exclusions Creative Commons Licensed Materials Some rights reserved Public Domain No rights reserved Copyrighted Materials All rights reserved

Sit Back and

Relax

Creative Commons

Licenses

The Creative Commons Conditions Licenses’ •

4 major conditions are combined, based on the copyright holder’s need, to form the 6 major CC licenses.

Image source: http://education-copyright.org/creative-commons/

Creative Commons License Tool

CC License Tool helps publish work online while letting others know exactly what they can and can't do with the work.

By answering a few simple questions the creator is allowed to select the license that is right for them, based on their copyright needs.

The Creative Commons Licenses’ Conditions CC licenses are unique because they are expressed in three ways:

Human Readable Deed

Lawyer Readable Legal Code

Machine Readable Metadata

It’s

Your

Turn

Who is using Creative Commons ?

Who is using Creative Commons

Education

National September 11th Memorial Museum Who is using Creative Commons

Culture

Amsterdam Historical Museum (WAAG)

Who is using Creative Commons

Public Library of Science

Science

BioMed Central

Who is using Creative Commons

Government

Finding

Creative Commons

materials

How can I find Creative Commons materials?

Google can help you find materials that are CC licensed. Select Advanced search and change your search options to the kind of license you are looking for . . .

How can I find Creative Commons materials?

Creative Commons has a tool that helps you search at: http://search.creativecommons.org/cc-search.png

How can I find Creative Commons materials?

MERLOT (Open Educational Resources): http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm

Copyright-Friendly and Copyleft: http://copyrightfriendly.wikispaces.com/ Wikipedia:Public domain image resources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia: Public_domain_image_resources