Open Content: A Practical Guide to Using Creative Commons Licences
by Till Kreutzer
Publisher: Wikimedia 2014
Number of pages: 80
The intention is to provide interested individuals and organisations with practical guidelines for the use and application of open content licences: How do open content licences work? How do I choose the most suitable licence for my individual needs? Where can I find open content online? These are only some of the questions which these guidelines try to answer.
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