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Opening VAULT
Creative Commons content & CCA
Institute for Open Leadership
Institute for Open Leadership
Institute for Open Leadership
Open Licenses
Copyright law is restrictive by default
Open licenses specify what you can do
Creative Commons
● CC0
● CC-BY
● CC-BY-SA
● CC-BY-SA-NC
Attribution
Share-alike
Non-commercial
Common Misconceptions
● Doesn’t increase plagiarism or theft any
more than copyright does
● Doesn’t prevent monetization
● Is legally well-founded, proven in case law
“Make Art that Matters”
Remix, Remake, Reuse
“Bohemian Guitars” by Adam Lee, CC-BY-SA, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BohemianGuitarsBohoSeries.jpg
“Over 75% of content published on Behance is
CC-licensed. We implemented CC-licensing
from the very beginning, and it is by far the
preferred copyright setting…We want Behance
to be the wind at the backs of creative careers,
and CC has been a primary ingredient in the
growth and values of Behance.”
— Scott Belsky, Behance CEO
You Cannot Stop Sharing
“Day 43: Sharing” by A. David Holloway, CC-BY,
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Day_43-_Sharing_(12723882234).jpg
Precedents
● DMBA “Open Source Curricula”
● Open Architecture Network
● CORES 112 4D: Image, Motion and Process
● SRL: Open Source
● CCA’s Intellectual Property Statement
Community Building
● Workshops for faculty
● Reach out to individual instructors
● Reach out to student groups
● Library Events (OA Week, Edit-a-thons)
VAULT Pilot
● Pilot with First Year Program collection
● Offer tool to aid in selecting a desirable
Creative Commons license
● Once VAULT is seeded with CC content,
host a remix contest
¡Thanks!
● This presentation: libraries.cca.edu/iol
● Institute of Open Leadership
● Power of Open
● CC examples by license
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