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Commons explorer

You probably know Flickr Commons, long an incredible source of images from some of the world’s greatest library and museum collections. All images in the Commons have “no known copyright restrictions” and can be used, mashed up, tagged and added…

FUSE learning resource: CC sMash

FUSE learning resource: CC sMash

CC sMash, created by The Arts Centre, will be released on August 18th and will allow students to create, attribute, and share their own audio work, while learning about using material correctly via the creative commons open license framework. The…

Guest post: CC with Julie Jenkins

Julie Jenkins is a library technician at Mooroopna Secondary College, Mooroopna, Victoria, and is often approached by staff wanting to know information about creative commons and copyright. Julie has been kind enough to provide a guest post on her knowledge of creative…

Image search tools

Image search tools

Danny Nicholson, from The Whiteboard Blog: Supporting technology in the classroom (a fantastic blog for information on activities for the IWB), wrote a great post called ’12 useful image search tools’. The post gives practical examples and tools that will help you and your…