Creative Commons - sharing and promoting your work online

Creative Commons - sharing and promoting your work online (Workshop 2) | Online Identities Pilot Programme 2013/14

Creative Commons is sometimes misunderstood as providing some sort of alternative to copyright. In fact, the whole system is based on the principle that authors of creative work should keep control over their work. It is a simple to use and effective licensing system, which makes it easy to share work with others and promote yourself online.

This pilot programme will explore the challenges and benefits of delivering web making support training for final year students and staff on the Performance Design and Practice (PDP) course at Central Saint Martins.

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 Creative Commons - sharing and promoting your work online

DATE & TIME Thursday, 28 Nov - 5pm to 6pm
LOCATION D115 CSM
FACILITATOR: Silvia Baumgart
PARTICIPANTS: Year 3 Performance Design and Practice (PDP) course at Central Saint Martins ONLY
BRIEF OVERVIEW:

Creative Commons is sometimes misunderstood as providing some sort of alternative to copyright. In fact, the whole system is based on the principle that authors of creative work should keep control over their work. It is a simple to use and effective licensing system, which makes it easy to share work with others and promote yourself online.

Silvia Baumgart, Own-it Programme Manager, will explain

  • what Creative Commons is exactly
  • the various licenses that are available
  • how best to use CC for your own promotion
  • how to use other people’s work under a Creative Commons license
  • advantages and disadvantages of using Creative Commons licenses
  • common pitfalls

There will be time to answer your questions

These workshops are organised by Own-it for DIAL.

Own-it helps creative practitioners to protect and manage their intellectual property and recognise the value for the growth of their business. Register now to access IP training, contract templates, online resources and to send us your queries. www.own-it.org

DURATION: 1 Hour
NUMBERS: 25 
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Students requirements: No Equipment required

Staff requirements: Computer room facilities - Laptop, projector and screen for presenter, seats for participants

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If you would like to contribute to this project please contact Chris Follows c.follows@arts.ac.uk

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