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The advent of the social web means that web-based items can easily be created, hosted, re-used in a variety of ways; This guide covers the basics of the attending considerations of proper sharing, citing, plagiarizing, copyright and creative commons
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Overview of Creative Commons

"We were fortunate to have renowned filmmaker Jesse Dylan (director of the Emmy Award-winning "Yes We Can" video) offer to create a short film explaining the ideas behind Creative Commons. He interviewed CC board members Hal Abelson, James Boyle, Joi Ito, Michael Carroll, Lawrence Lessig, Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, Eric Saltzman, Jimmy Wales, and Laurie Racine and used the results as the basis for this terrific piece, entitled A Shared Culture."

For more information about the video, including photo attributions, please visit:  http://creativecommons.org/asharedculture

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