When I create content for my blog I want people to both enjoy the content, but also share it. I also want people to use my content to create more content, as long as it can continue to be shared and used as I intended. By using a Creative Commons License for my blog I make it easier for people to use my content while still respecting my copyright. In other words, I am not giving up my copyright, I am revising it. You can check out the video to learn more about Creative Commons.
How Creative Commons works on TP’s Blog
Except where otherwise noted, the content on TP’s Blog is licensed under a Creative Commons License Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA). You should always refer to the current license seen at the bottom of every page, but in general, this license means you are free to share and adapt blog content as long as:
- credit is given to the author
- the content is used for non-commercial uses
- the content is distributed under the same license, even if you adapt it
Most content on TP’s Blog falls under the site-wide Creative Commons License, however, some content may fall under a different Creative Commons License, is not under any Creative Commons License, or is being used with the specific permission of the copyright holder. In such cases, there will be a note detailing the exception from the site-wide Creative Commons License. Remember to always refer to the most current Creative Commons License at the bottom of every page for complete details.
Every effort will be made to respect the copyright of others, and we ask all visitors to respect the Creative Commons License of TP’s Blog. For more information, or if you feel content on this site is not being credited correctly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For general information on Creative Commons, visit https://creativecommons.org/.
How to Give Attribution
There is a great article on how to correctly give attribution to Creative Commons content here: https://creativecommons.org/use-remix/attribution/. You can see the caption below the video below as an example. The title (Wanna Work Together?), author (Creative Commons), source (Wanna Work Together?), and license (CC BY 3.0) are noted.