Presentation on theme: "Cheryl Foong Queensland University of Technology Creative Commons Australia Creative Commons and Innovation QUT, Brisbane 1 February 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Cheryl Foong Queensland University of Technology Creative Commons Australia Creative Commons and Innovation QUT, Brisbane 1 February 2013
How to… (1) Use CC licensed content: a) Find CC licensed content b) Attribute CC licensed content (2) Apply a CC licence to your content (3) Practical examples
Attribution (BY) Copyright notice - Keep notices that refer to the Licence or Disclaimers Name of author and other Attribution parties Source and Title of the work Licence URL/hyperlink In a Derivative Work, identify the changes made to the original No suggestion of endorsement In a manner reasonable to the medium you are using
Attribution 1. Title of Work (if provided) 2. Creators Name or Other Attribution Parties 3. Source of Work (URL/hyperlink) 4. Copyright Notice, Licence (URL/hyperlink) 5. Changes to the source work (if any)
Attribution Who What Where
Attribution Who is the author/creator? What CC licence is it available under? What is the name of the work? What changes have been made? Where can you find it?
Attribution In a manner reasonable to the medium you are using If you were the copyright owner, how would you wish to be attributed?
Website copyright policies/ licensing statements Unless otherwise specified … Except for third party material … … content on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence. Content that does not originate from Joe Bloggs does not fall within the scope of this licence. Best practice – CC badge on each individual item
CC Licence Selector
Generic 2.0 Betamax by Steve Jurvetson,
Software licence injector
Social Media Platform settings
And many more… QUT ePrints
licensor licensee / user facilitating CC use
Generic 2.0 Andy in the VAB by adactio,
Queensland GovernmentData - links to Open Knowledge Definition (just a definition – not a licence) https://www.qld.gov.au/legal/copyright/ - scroll down to footer copyright page to find CC information https://www.qld.gov.au/legal/copyright/ Compare:
Image licensed by Trey Ratcliff under CC BY NC licence – see Used by Sydney Morning Herald - see herald/ herald/
CC is a tool Standardised Copyright license Free to use Now you know how to use it!
More examples of how CC is being used: Other resources (fact sheets etc.): My publications are available at heryl.html) heryl.html