Our culture suffers. This is a problem.
(posted by Georgia Tech Research Finds Copyright Confusion has ‘Chilling Effects’ in Online Creative Publishing InfoDocket on December 15, 2014)
As libraries retool themselves into community hubs of content creation, patrons will need reliable information on copyright, Creative Commons, and other intellectual property rights structures.
Given the complexity and politicization of these rights in our society today, providing such guidance is a monumental task. But this study emphasizes that it would be an essential and useful service.
I’d love to see intellectual property rights librarians in every library!
handy infographic was created by The Visual Communication Guy (posted on July 14, 2014):
TheVisualCommunicationGuy.com | 2014
I came across it on
GalleyCat in a post by Dianna Dilworth (posted on August 25, 2014).
It makes an excellent compliment to
Given my concerns over the
current state of copyright law, it shouldn’t be any surprise that I’m a fan of Creative Commons licensing. The main issue I – and many others – encounter with CC, though, is proper attribution. Attribution of CC material can get rather confusing.
This infographic helps clarify the issue for photos:
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