Using and Sharing Open Access Content: Creative Commons Licenses

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Using and Sharing Open Access Content: Creative Commons Licenses

Time: October 22, 2019 from 10am to 12pm
Country: Canada
Street: Concordia University, Vanier Library, 7141 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
City/Town: Montréal
Website or Map: https://library.concordia.ca/…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Joshua Chalifour
Latest Activity: Oct 11, 2019

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Learn how to get, collaborate on, and share open access research or creative content with Creative Commons (CC) licences. Whether you need images for a presentation, are seeking information to inform your own research, or want to mix sounds into new music, Creative Commons licences enable you to access and share with a greatly expanding, global body of work. In this workshop you will find out what the Creative Commons is and how to use CC licences. We will practice working with CC content and look at the ramifications of applying different licences to our own work. We will also explore some useful tools for finding CC-licensed work.

Held at Concordia University's Vanier Library (VL-122) on the Loyola Campus, this workshop is open to all. Please register, free, online because space is limited.

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