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Creative Commons: an introduction.

Creative Commons is a non-profit organisation that allows creators various ways to licence their work for others to use. People can re-use the work legally by following the licence guidelines. There are six different licence, made up of 4 elements. People who use CC material must always attribute and acknowledge the owner.

For more information visit the Creative Commons website.


Attributing licences

It is important you acknowledge the creator of the item you are using under CC.

To do this you need to attribute the following:

  • Title
  • Author
  • Source
  • Licence

For help with how to do this correctly, see the CC website page Best Practices for attribution - Creative Commons.

Buttons and icons for licences are available for donwload from this site.

Using the picture below as an example, the attribution would be:




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