The risk of ‘an open license’

  • Reuse the work
  • Adapt the work
  • Share the work
  • You may reuse the work only by using the hyperlink to the original work in the repository where you found it.
  • You may adapt the work, but if you wish to share it with anyone, even your class of students, you must first submit it for approval by the repository where you found the work.
  • You may share the work, but only by using a link to the original work in the repository where you found the work.

Chapter Lead, Creative Commons South Africa Chapter

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