Using Creative Commons Zero (CC0) for scholarly work – STUART LAWSON

tagteam101's bookmarks 2017-03-24

Summary:

"Creative Commons licences are the standard way to make explicit the permissions granted for open access work. Of the various permutations these licenses have – such as allowing commercial re-use or not, allowing derivative works or not – the Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY) is the one most commonly held up as the ‘gold standard’ licence to use for research texts (books, journal articles etc.)...."

Link:

http://stuartlawson.org/2017/03/using-creative-commons-zero-cc0-for-scholarly-work/

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Tags:

oa.new oa.publications oa.cc oa.pd oa.licensing oa.libre oa.copyright

Date tagged:

03/24/2017, 09:44

Date published:

03/24/2017, 11:53