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The teacher's guide to Creative Commons licenses

The Creative Commons licenses are crucial tools for making and using Open Educational Resources (OER). They provide authors and makers with the legal means to allow their work to be redistributed and even modified.

So what can you actually do with them? How do you use them correctly and what do the different licenses mean? 

In this blog, we’ll give you an overview of the six license types and what each one lets you do. We will also look at how to attribute other authors' work and how to license your own work (it's surprisingly easy).

Read more: http://www.openeducationeuropa.eu/en/blogs/teachers-guide-creative-commons-licenses

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