Share, Use, Remix: An Overview of Creative Commons

NTEN

Copyright laws can be confusing and so mired in legalese that they're almost incomprehensible. Creative Commons has tried to make copyright law easier to understand and allow content creators to share what they've created, and to allow other people to use the content they've created for their own purposes. 14ntc copyright license creative commons nptech nten Social Media Strategy Web Sites Communications Carly Leinheiser. Associate Attorney.

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Remix This Power Point!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" I'm trying to walk the walk and talk the talk of Remixing Content for nonprofits. One thing you'll notice is that the presentation itself is a remix of a remix. I remixed it from an earlier prsentation called Associations 2.0 The above slides are from yesterday's Extension presentation and focus on Step 8: User-Generated Content and Remixing. Youth trying to learn new art mediums, they often incorrectly use copyrighted works.they create a derivative work.a

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Mike Remixes My CC Entry

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Mike is writing some great stuff on remix culture and creative commons license. Mike writes this post Avoid YouTube if You Wanna Remix and Mashup. Remember the aim is to have your content turn up in searches for media that is suitable for remix. The less control you try to impose on future derivatives of your work, the more likely it is to get remixed. He goes to muse about the differences in CC licensings and impact on remix culture.

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10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Next week I'm doing a Webinar for Extension Professionals , a remix of 10 Steps to Association 2.0 which was a remix of Marnie Webb 's Ten Ways Nonprofits Can Change the World. My initial remix thought (wrong) was to look for examples that were related to agriculture, but the extension is so much more. adoption strategies ( remix from Association 2.0). Remixed from here and here ). Step 8: Understand The Power Remix Culture and User-Generated Content.

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Copyright Doesn’t Have to be All or Nothing: Intellectual Property Rights and Creative Commons

Allegiance Group

Copyright, according to the US government is: a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States (title 17, U. the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. Which definition, you will note, is very vague (even the US Copyright Office admits this). EMI, holder of copyright to the White Album, went ballistic. Resources: Copyright Basics, US Copyright Office - [link]. Fair Use, US Copyright Office - [link].

Remix, Reuse, or Repurpose This Blog Post! Creative Commons Teachable Moment

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Remix this Powerpoint. If you don't know about Creative Commons, it was founded in 2001 , with a mission to increase the amount of creativity (cultural, educational, and scientific content) in “the commons” — the body of work that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use, repurposing, and remixing. They provide tools that let everyone have a simple, standardized way to grant copyright permissions to their creative work. View more presentations from kanter.

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Bring a Question: Creative Commons Hosts TechSoup Social Channels on September 17, 2014

Tech Soup Blog

For example, if you're looking for music, artwork, or other content that you can freely remix, republish, and reuse as part of your digital story, there's a Creative Commons license for that, too. How can we use memes while still respecting copyright and making sure content creators get appropriate credit? copyright Creative Commons storymakers

Why is Google Screaming?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

So, of course I wanted to remix it. Update: Here's an email response I received from Amalyah who is an IP for museums expert: Munch's works are still protected by copyright, the term of which runs not. have cleared copyright permission, because I just googled and don't see anything. is that violating copyright?) I'm feeling a little overwhelmed and it didn't help much when I googled something to see the Screamer inside the Google logo. Does anyone know why?

LACMA's Magritte Exhibition: This is not fair use

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The pro remix message: Culture is well-served by liberal rules that let one person remix another's creation. The anti remix message: The exhibition policy on photos: no photos are allowed in the exhibit. Does it want to inspire us to remix Magritte, or warn us off the idea of reproduction without permission? And so I find it intensely frustrating that a lot of copyfighters insist on blaming the museum for copyright on artwork.

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A Social Publishing Strategy by John Gautam, Pratham Books

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Also, for our Creative Commons licensed books to be remixed/repurposed by the community in whatever way they wish to. Flickr : Documentation of the work we do and also to upload our Creative Commons licensed illustrations so that they can be remixed/reused. (See Inviting people to remix/repurpose our content : As a publisher, we have a lot of content available which we want people to access as easily as possible. Source: Pratham Books.

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Happy Halloween from the Halloween Video Blog Festival

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

So, for Halloween, I went searching on youtube for some Halloween videos and all I saw what looked copyrighted material and some crap. He uses some music that a group has authorized for remix - yet another idea for music that you can use without breaking copyright laws. Imogen Heap Info For Remixers. Click To Play I've been exploring about how a teacher or parent might seek out video blog content that is educational for kids not yet ready to mix their own.

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12NTC: Nonprofits and the Future of Internet Rights

Tech Soup Blog

In the simplest terms, SOPA would've created a "de facto blacklist of sites accused of infringing on copyright," Reitman said. Let's say you or even one of your supporters remixed a video that included a sample of copyrighted music, and this video was linked from your website. Your organization's site could effectively be removed from the Internet without a trial or hearing, based on the accusation of copyright infringement.

Open Source Cinema

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Brett's Remix of Lessig's Words. Here's his description: Open Source Cinema is the web platform for the creation of a feature documentary film about Copyright titled Basement Tapes. Footage I shoot during the production of the film will be released under a Creative Commons license on the site - and I'm asking for key remixes to be created by participants like yourselves. Brett Gaylor is a amazing! His newest project is Open Source Cinema.

How do you define Creative Commons Attribution?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work — and derivative works based upon it — but only if they give credit the way you request. Michelle from aids.gov left a great comment in the original post letting me know how they remixed the work and use the strategy map questions to create their organization's social media strategy. Also, it is great to close the loop and have the opportunity to remix a remix.

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Creative Commons Licensing Teachable Moment and An Apology!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The original photo was published as "all rights reserved" because that's the flickr default and in 2005, I was pretty clueless about Creative Commons and copyright issues. I was able to use little tool to remix the photo because of the license that Michelle used. which lets me remix it as long as attribute it, use the same license (argh, had to change my default), and not for commerical purposes

Some Thinking Outloud About Open Content for Nonprofits and Penguin Day Session

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Participants are encouraged to bring their own open content ideas, questions and challenges to the dialog So, for demonstration of the value of open content, I am remixing two existing games for these session: The Social Media Game from David Wilcox. Lucy Chilli's Copyright and Commons Publishing Game. This year, I'm staying in on for Penguin Day and am facilitating sesion on Open Content and Nonprofits. Here's the description.

Guest Friday: Jessica Harden's Notes from AAM

Museum 2.0

Tuesday When on Tuesday morning I found the sessions “Museums Remixed Part One: Creating Visitor-Authored Experiences” and “Museums Remixed Part Two: Can we allow users to become participants?” The Museum Remixed panelists presented projects and concepts that invited visitors to participate in interpreting collections. Here is a list of websites that were used as examples: (This list includes social tagging projects, visitor-curated exhibitions, copyright options, and more.)

With Liberty, and Information, For All?

NTEN

Remixing the content: Government content can't be copyrighted, so you're free to grab and reuse any government created content on the site. Flickr Photo: Fayster Now that the stimulus package -- or the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, if you're keeping score at home -- has been signed into law , the work of making it all happen begins. No matter what you think of the law itself, everyone in our sector needs to pay very close attention to Recovery.gov.

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Picture this | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

to help people locate, remix and republish open and copyleft images. Related Posts “Your privacy is very important to us&# It’s Party Time with Excellent Analytics Microsoft buys stake in Facebook Report from the AMA Conference: The Future (More than) 15 useful, creative and odd Google mashups Beaconfire Survey: The News Debunking the open rate privacy policy | sitemap copyright 2009, beaconfire consulting

Will “Surface” Computing Change Everything? | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

How much further will this re-tooling have to go when users are demanding the ability to remix an entire website to their liking. privacy policy | sitemap copyright 2009, beaconfire consultingSkip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

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Beaconfire Survey: Favorite YouTube videos | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

and the Billionaires for Bush remix I was also impressed by the responses to some of the user-generated content contests – particularly the Colbert Greenscreen Challange and The Office – make your own promo contest. privacy policy | sitemap copyright 2009, beaconfire consultingSkip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

The Participatory Museum Process Part 4: Adventures in Self-Publishing

Museum 2.0

There are four tiers of restriction possible with Creative Commons licenses: attribution (must credit author), noncommercial (can't make $$ off of reuse), no derivatives (can't cut, remix, adapt), and share alike (must redistribute with same license). Do you know what the numbers on the copyright page mean? This is the final segment in a four-part series about writing The Participatory Museum. Check out the other parts here.

NpTechTag Summary: Happy Thanksgiving and Geeky Gobble Gobble

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Mike Seyfang, a nonprofit technology consultant in Austraila, tells us to avoid YouTube if you want to get remixed and mashedup. " Looks like MySpace is also getting sued for copyright violation. Happy Thanksgiving! Photo by 3E by found via FlickrLeech Britt Bravo encourages us to step away from the computer this Thanksgiving. And, perhaps many took her advice, opting for turkey versus tagging items with the NpTech Tag!