EdTech: Using Creative Commons

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Category:Digital Literacy
Module description.

The non-profit Creative Commons (CC) organisation was set up to make it easy to share and use creative content online. Licensing is simple and free on the organisation’s website. This module looks at Creative Commons as a method of copyrighting work and the advantages for users and authors alike.

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20th March 2020 (edited on 20th March 2020)
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