Do I have to cite Creative Commons images?

A Creative Commons license (CC0) grants the right to use an image without credit, but we encourage Seneca students to cite any work that isn’t their own. When in doubt, cite any images you’re using regardless of licensing, unless your instructor has clearly stated otherwise.

Do you have to cite Creative Commons?

All Creative Commons Licenses, at the bare minimum, allow for non-commercial copying. However, all Creative Commons Licenses require attribution, meaning that you have to cite the creator of the material you’re using.

Can I sell Creative Commons?

You may freely sell images with Creative Commons licenses. As long as the license allows commercial uses, you may freely sell it.

How can I use a song without copyright?

2. Obtain a license or permission from the owner of the copyrighted content

  1. Determine if a copyrighted work requires permission.
  2. Identify the original owner of the content.
  3. Identify the rights needed.
  4. Contact the owner and negotiate payment.
  5. Get the permission agreement in writing.

How do you cite Creative Commons?

How to Cite Creative Commons Images

  1. Title: “Chocolate Chip Cookies” – make sure you put the title of the image in quotation marks.
  2. Author: Kimberly Vardeman – Make sure you hyperlink the author’s name to the authors page.
  3. Source: Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies – Hyperlink to original source.
  4. License: CC BY 2.0.

How can I legally download music from the Internet?

10 Sites to Get Free Music Downloads Legally

  1. Amazon. One of the major music vendors worldwide has over 40K tracks available for free.
  2. Google Play.
  3. Last.fm.
  4. Free Music Archive.
  5. Jamendo.
  6. SoundCloud.
  7. NoiseTrade.
  8. PureVolume.

What is the difference between copyright and Creative Commons?

Copyright confers some pretty heavy duty protections so that others don’t use your work without your permission. Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that provides licensing structures people can use to license their copyrighted work to anyone willing to abide by the licensing terms.

What makes a copyright violation a felony?

Section 2319 provides, in pertinent part, that a 5-year felony shall apply if the offense “consists of the reproduction or distribution, during any 180-day period, of at least 10 copies or phonorecords, of 1 or more copyrighted works, with a retail value of more than $2,500.” 18 U.S.C.

What is Creative Commons word?

From Creative Commons. The Creative Commons Add-in for Microsoft Office allows license information to be embedded in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents.

Is Creative Commons work free to use?

Creative Commons offers licenses and tools to the public free of charge and does not require that creators or other rights holders register with CC in order to apply a CC license to a work.