Creative Commons and Example ePublications

Creative Commons Resources

  1. Licenses 
  2. Compfight - Creative commons photo database
  3. Creative Commons and YouTube
  4. YouTube Video Editor for Creative Commons video
  5. CCMixter - Creative commons audio site
  6. Creative Commons License generator for your own work*
  7. Copyright and fair use guidelines for Teachers 
*When you finish your publication give it a CC license. 

Example ePubs
  1. MIT Open Courseware - MIT OCW has 2000 courses available freely and openly online for anyone, anywhere, to adapt, translate, and redistribute
  2. Connexions a place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc. Anyone may view or contribute:
    • authors create and collaborate
    • instructors rapidly build and share custom collections
    • learners find and explore content
  3. The CK-12 Foundation FlexBookscustomizable, standards-aligned, free digital textbooks for K-12
  4. Bloomsbury AcademicThe Bloomsbury Academic Digital Platform is more than just a website. It is designed to allow a high degree of flexibility over when and how to deliver content in many digital formats. We are committed to update and expand the site and stay in touch with new developments in digital media.
  5. Flat World Knowledge - is a commercial textbook publisher that incorporates CC licenses into its business model. Co-Founded by the Director of Marketing for Prentice Hall Business Publishing, FWK makes higher education textbooks freely available via CC BY-NC-SA, allowing professors and students to adapt them to individual courses, while offering print and supplementary materials at low costs






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