Open Access Week: Creative Commons Licenses
Collaboration and innovation are mainstays of a university education. They’re also the core principles of Creative Commons, an organization created to help people legally share, repurpose and alter one another’s works through various licenses.
Discover the types of resources available for use in your graphic presentations during this workshop.
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to find Creative Commons materials—think photographs, audio and video—online, and how to incorporate those materials into projects like presentations or short videos.
To encourage open access to UD projects, you also will contribute to the Commons by uploading a creative work of your own with a Creative Commons license attached, and determine how these licenses fit in with existing U.S. copyright law and fair use.
Graduate students and faculty are welcome to attend. While workshops are free of charge, registration is required as seating is limited.
You may also be interested in this Open Access Week workshop:
Publishing: Navigating the Confusing World of Copyright, Authors’ Rights, and Open Access
Monday, October 23, 2017, from 3-4 p.m.
All Morris Library visitors need photo identification to enter. Visitors with UD ONEcards can use those at the turnstiles for easy access to the Library. If you do not have a UD ONEcard, you will need a state-issued ID (a driver’s license, a government-issued or school-issued photo ID, etc.) to enter.
Please call 302-831-2432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding workshops.
Related LibGuide: Copyright by Megan Gaffney
- Tuesday, October 24, 2017
- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
- Presented by:
- John Stevenson & Nico Carver
- Copyright and Open Access