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How do I use Creative Commons content when creating resources? (images, text, etc.)

Last Updated: Feb 10, 2015 02:11PM GMT
All Creative Commons licences require attribution. The easiest way to do this properly is by using a browser plug-in which is available here.

Other restrictions include:

‚Äč“Non-Derivative” which means you may only use the content as it appears and in full (you cannot partially use it, or change it).
“Non-Commercial” which means you cannot use the content for commercial purposes (any content with this licence cannot be used for paid-for resources.
“Share-Alike” content may only be included when the resource it appears in is licenced under the same licence as the content being used.

For further guidance on how to attribute material correctly visit: https://wiki.creativecommons.org/Best_practices_for_attribution

If you are using images that do not require attribution, please include a note in your resource stating the source of the image, such as the website where you found it.

Information contained within these pages is intended as general guidance only. This information is not intended to be, and should not be, relied upon as legal advice. 

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