• Posts Tagged ‘creativecommons’

    CPD23 Thign #17: Prezzi

    by  • September 22, 2011 • Learning 2.0 • 0 Comments

    I looked at Prezzi back when it first arrived on the scene and even did a version of my Creative Commons presentation using Prezzi. This thing was enough to make me consider updating that version from 2009 in order to present it next week at the Wyoming Library Association Conference. After thinking about it...

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    Using images found online

    by  • February 16, 2011 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Regular readers should be well aware of my feelings on Copyright and fair use here in the US. But a combination of factors lead me to this post. The first was the Google Secrets presentation (video will be posted when available) I gave yesterday for NNYLN. While talking about the features of Google image...

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    30 Posts in 30 Days #26: Socially Protected Content

    by  • July 27, 2010 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    On my way home yesterday afternoon I was listening to episode #176 of the Beyond the Book podcast from the Copyright Clearance Center. The episode featured two speakers on “Interactive Textbooks: Poised for Success?” The episode is only about 30 minutes long and I highly recommend it to anyone reading this that has anything...

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    Participating in the Creative Commons

    by  • June 3, 2010 • video • 0 Comments

    Here’s a video of the most recent version of my Creative Commons presentation. There’s not much different from the last few iterations but this one does include color commentary from my colleague Christa Burns. (It’s also the first video I’m posting via SlideShare, which now does video.) Participating In The Creative Commons (Video) View...

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    Imagining a Smithsonian Commons

    by  • April 3, 2009 • video • 0 Comments

    I’m back from Computers in Libraries 2009 and I’ve got a lot to share. The first is Wednesday’s keynote talk from Michael Edson, Director of Web and New Media Strategy at the Smithsonian Institution. It was streamed live online (a first for CIL) and was recorded. Listen to him and then go read all...

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