1. What is creative commons and how could this licensing framework be relevant to your own experience at university?
Creative Commons is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting reasonable copyright. This licensing framework is relevant to our University Work in the sense that if were to write a story/essay/report or take our own photos/videos, we need to know that we are safe from other students trying to steal our work without us receiving the credit that we deserve.
2. Find 3 examples of works created by creative commons and embed them in your blog.
3. Find an academic article which discusses creative commons using a database or online journal. Provide a link to and a summary of the article.
Through the griffith online Library, I found a jounrnal written by Junko Yoshida on Creative Commons and it's contribution to the computer and consumer electronics industry and it's clash with record and movie companies. It discusses the way in which Creative Commons has replicated the success of the free-software and open-source movements.