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ImageCodr

Creative Commons licensing makes many photographs available for re-use that learners and practitioners otherwise could not use.

 

However for many of us, citing Creative Commons licensed works can sometimes be a confusing, multistep process.

 

ImageCodr aims to make that process easier by generating properly formatted Creative Commons attributions for images that users find on Flickr.

 

Once an image has been found on Flickr...
- paste its URL into the ImageCodr code generator
- a properly formatted image code with Creative Commons attribution is produced.

 

ImageCodr...
- is a good tool for learners to use when they're adding images to any web presence. I
- gives learners all of the code and attributions necessary for using a Creative Commons image found on Flickr in their web posts.

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Choose a License

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More and more learning providers, and/or practitioners, are sharing their work with a wider audience; Creative Commons licensing is a good way to explicitly state the terms by which other people can use and re-use their creative written, audio, and visual works.

 

However, selecting the license that is right for them can be confusing.

 

The Creative Commons organization has a new tool to help people choose the best license for their situation.

 

To select the right license for your work just answer a few questions and a license will be recommended to you.

 

NOTE: Even if practitioners and their learners are not going to use Creative Commons licensing, the Creative Commons license chooser could be helpful in understanding what the various Creative Commons licenses mean.

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