This series of materials is designed to provide simple information for teachers and student on what CC is, how to find CC material and the best way to attribute CC material.
The fact sheets have been developed by the Ministerial Council on Education, Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs in conjunction with Creative Commons Australia and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation. Other materials are developed by Creative Commons Australia and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, or as marked.
- What is Creative Commons?
- How to Attribute Creative Commons Licensed Material
- How to Find Creative Commons Licensed Material
- A Quick Reference Guide to Finding Creative Commons Material
Finding CC Material for Particular Search Engines
- How to find Creative Commons Materials Using the Creative Commons Search Engine
- How to find Creative Commons Materials Using Google
- How to find Creative Commons Materials Using Yahoo
- How to find Creative Commons Materials Using Mozilla Firefox
You can download the word versions of all the above fact sheets here.
- ReMixing One Minute with CC – This worksheet provides a basic lesson plan for teachers wanting to run a multimedia remix class utilising CC materials. Developed for the Apple University Consortium’s Create World Conference 2008.
- Mayer and Bettle – animation focusing on the basics of what Creative Commons is and how it works.
- Mayer and Bettle: the sequel – provides a bit more detail about using the CC licences for your own work.
- You can find a video of former CCau staffer Jessica Coates guest lecturing to students in QUT’s undergraduate Education course (broken into 10 segments) on Youtube starting here. All the segments are available on QUT lecturer Michael Dezuanni’s video channel here. You can find the associated slides here.
- Sharing Creative: an illustrative primer – produced by Alex Roberts, Rebecca Rojer, & Jon Phillips
- Bound by Law: Tales from the Public Domain – produced by Duke Centre for the Study of the Public Domain. Provides a good explanation of copyright and the public domain for older students.