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Open Educational Resources aka OER

Faculty guide to OER

License Logos

Creative Commons License Types
License Logo What it Means
Attribution: least restrictive. Allows anyone to reuse, remix, etc. your original work as long as they credit you for your original work.
Attribution-ShareAlike: Allows anyone to reuse, remix, etc. your original work even commercially,  as long as they credit you for your original work and their new work is licensed under identical terms.
Attribution-NoDerivs: Allows others to copy, distribute, display and perform only original copies of your work. If they want to modify your work, they must get your permission first.
Attribution-NonCommercial: Allows anyone to reuse, remix, etc. your original work as long as they credit you for your original work but their work does not have to have the same type of license.
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike: Allows anyone to reuse, remix, etc. your original work,  as long as they credit you for your original work and their new work is licensed under identical terms.
Attribution - Non Commercial-No Derivs: the most restrictive license. Your work may be downloaded and shared by others BUT no changes are allowed and you must be given the credit for the original work. May not be used commercially.

This table was adapted from Creative Commons.