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    Creative Commons Licenses explained

    Creative Commons

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    Infographic on the different Creative Commons (CC) Licenses for students. Knowing the difference between each CC license will enable our students to make informed choices and better use of licensed content they come across on the net. To this end, the visual below created by CC Poland ( I discovered it through Digital Inspiration)

    Creative Commons Licenses

    Creative Commons

    What is Creative Commons? Infographic

    What Teachers Need to Know about The New Creative Commons 4.0 Licenses ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    Where Do I Find Creative Commons Items? by Enokson, via Flickr (CC-By-Non-Comm-Share-Alike)

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    How to Break Out of a Creative Rut

    Traditional Copyright: Work cannot be used, adapted, copied, or published without the creator's permission. What does it apply to? All original work is protected under copyright when it's created. Creative Commons: Work may be used without permission, but only under certain circumstances. Creators set rules for the way their work is used. What does it apply to? Only work that creators have chosen to designate as Creative Commons. Public Domain: Work can be used, adapted, copied, and published, c

    Creative Routines

    Creative Thinking + Critical Thinking

    Curious how your day-to-day stacks up against some of history's most famous creative people? Let's find out: Read more, and click through for an interactive guide with more detail: http://lifehacker.com/this-graphic-details-the-daily-routines-of-famous-creat-1602464523

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