To Copyright* or to Creative Commons, that is the question

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To Copyright* or to Creative Commons, that is the question by Mind Map: To Copyright* or to Creative Commons, that is the question

1. Alternative Protection of Rights https://creativecommons.org/

1.1. Less restrictive than the terms of Copyright

1.2. No solicitation required

2. 4 defining icons to consider in Creative Commons

2.1. Attribution Required

2.1.1. Allows someone to use an item so long as they give authorial credit in their work

2.2. Non-Commercial Use

2.2.1. Allows for the use of an item so long as money is not charged to subsequent users

2.3. Share with Alike Permissions

2.3.1. Allows for the use of an item so long as the terms of sharing for subsequent users are kept the same as the original author's terms

2.4. No Derivative Works Permitted

2.4.1. Allows for the use of an item so long as the original work is used without alterations

3. Things to Consider

3.1. Do I want money from other users?

3.1.1. If no, creative commons is a way to go!

3.1.2. If yes, then a Copyright should be used

3.2. Do I want users to ask me for permission?

3.2.1. If no, creative commons is a sure bet!

3.2.2. If yes, then Copyright should be used

4. *Copyright protects works through (1)requiring permission from the author for use, or (2) fair use.

5. August 13, 2019 - This MindMap to be used in conjunction with SmartLab training at Gackle-Streeter Public School