NLC Podcast #26

Participating in the Creative Commons
With the debate over copyright raging, with some calling for the end of the “all rights reserved” regime, and libraries feeling like they’re caught in the middle, just what are the alternatives? CC is the most respected alternative available today with its idea of “some rights reserved” as set by the content creators themselves. Sauers talks about the principles of Creative Commons, shows how you can easily apply it to your intellectual property today, and how you can use CC to find material that you can legally reuse in the creation of new content.
Presented online by Michael Sauers on 16 September 2008.

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One Response to NLC Podcast #26

  1. Anonymous says:

    Creative Commons is an interesting alternative to strict coyright laws.
    Thank you for recording your presentation,so that we could access it at another time.
    Claudette Wielechowski
    Adams Middle School
    Library Media Specialist
    North Platte

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