"(n)ot because I am worried about anyone stealing anything they find here but rather because I want to make a statement. I believe in Creative Commons licensing. I believe in sharing our thoughts and ideas and our words. As far as I am concerned, this license doesn't change anything here on the blog. But I want to make it official."I, too, want to make stand and so I have added the licence on the sidebar. Exploring the creative commons site which I have been peripherally aware of was very enlightening. The push behind Nancy's post was something that has caused a bit of concern on the Oz-teachers mailing list: the idea that teachers should sell their lesson plans to each other rather than sharing them freely. It is clear that awareness about Creative Commons and copyright is a vital issue.
Saturday, July 08, 2006
Creative Commons and teachers' work
Nancy McKeand, whose blog I regularly read, alerted me to the way that we could stand up for the sharing of thoughts and ideas that make the edublogosphere share a rich and interesting place. She has put a Creative Commons license on her blog
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