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Creative Commons: A User Guide
Aliprandi, Simone

PublishedMay 2011
PeriodicalEdition Version 2.0, Pages 1-116
PublisherLedizioni

ABSTRACT
This is an operational manual which guides creators, step-by-step, in the world of Creative Commons licenses. The author goes into technical details of the tools offered by Creative Commons. Written for those interested in open content and the copyleft world.

Keywords copyright · Creative Commons · licences · Open Educational Resources

Languageen
ISSN978-88-95994-55-0
Rightsby-sa/3.0
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