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Using and sharing materials from this site

All of my materials on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International copyright license. That means not only that you are welcome to share and/or remix the content but that you are encouraged to do so! All I ask is that you properly credit me for my content and that you not place any greater copyright restrictions than I have on the content that utilizes my material. If possible, including the URL from Dangerously Irrelevant in your content would be most appreciated.

When appropriate, please also credit the various external sources and authors that are referenced here. Note that when you leave a comment here, you are agreeing that your comment also falls under the terms of this Creative Commons license.

Using, recording, and sharing materials from my presentations, workshops, and other web sites

Similarly, you have both blanket permission and encouragement to record my presentations and share the materials from my workshops, presentations, and/or other web sites. If you post any recordings of me online, I request that you do so publicly and that I receive the link so that I may share with others.

3 comments on this post.
  1. Week 9 Reflection: Dangerously Irrelevant | Ms. Linville's Classroom:

    [...] where you can record a message to send to him. Lastly, there is a page on the blog dedicated solely copyright. I was really interested in this page, especially after reading about copyright this week. Overall, [...]

  2. A Culture of Copy, Paste and Change |:

    […] ought to be remixing (or allowing remixing) of all their content. That’s what I like about what Scott McLeod does. The guy not only makes it possible for you to take his stuff, he encourages it. Teachers ought to […]

  3. Remixing Professional Development | te(a)ch french:

    […] When I saw that this week’s topic was the remix culture, Scott McLeod came to mind. His copyright is one of the most impressive examples of open sharing that I’ve […]

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