ICT in school, part 18: Creative Commons licenses – what is that?

cc Creative-Commons-Infographic liten

An infographic created av Shihaam Donnelly that explains how CC (creative commons licenses) works.

Below I´ll describe the different parts of a CC-license. Think about that others have spent time and resources to create stuff that you can use, so it´s better to link one time to many than one time too few to the creator.

 

cc erkännande Attribution only. Requires anyone using the work to provide appropriate credit and indicate if any changes were made.

cc icke kommersiell Non-commercial. Others can use your material, but not in a commercial way. Note that social media and sharing pictures makes the line blurry when it comes to what´s commercial use. If you´re not sure it´s better to find other pictures that you can use for sure. .

cc inga bearbetningar No derivates. Others are not allowed to change anything, just pass it on (with credits).

cc dela lika Share alike. You may not provide the work with another cc-license.

 

 

The most common CC-licenses where the above are combined:

cc-by 2

”CC BY” Others may change and distribute (even for commercial purpose) what you have created. They need to credit you for being the original creator.

cc-by-sa 2

”CC BY SA” Others may change and distribute (even for commercial purpose) what you have created.They need to credit you for being the original creator and pass it on with the same license (CC BY SA).

cc-by-nc 2

”CC BT NC” Others may change and distribute (non-commercial purpose only) what you have created.They need to credit you for being the original creator.

 

cc-by-nc-sa 2

”CC BY NC SA” Others may change and distribute (non-commercial purpose only) what you have created. They need to credit you for being the original creator. They must keep the same license (CC BY NC SA) on the altered work.

cc-by-nd 2

”CC BY ND” Others may distribute (even for commercial purpose) what you have created. They need to credit you for being the original creator and they may not change the content.

cc-by-nc-sa 2

”CC BY NC SA” Others may change and distribute (non-commercial purpose only) what you have created.They need to credit you for being the original creator and they may not alter the content.

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