Using multiple pre-existing works made by other peopleWhich case allows you to use pre-existing works made by other people or when you are working in conjunction with other people to create something of your own? (Choose one or more answers.)
A. You want to use a non-commercial use Creative Commons license on your wiki which includes oral history interviews from an archive where the interviewee gave unrestrictive use of the interview content. B. You and your classmate agree to co-author a combined list of annotations for a bibliography of resources and write this up in the introduction to the bibliography; then, you collaborate on gathering images from the Internet that best illustrate the bibliographic entries. C. Your blog doesn’t have a copyright notice and an anonymous user adds a comment that links to a diary digitized and reproduced by the Kentuckiana Digital Library (where the copyright notice is displayed and explained).
You want to use a non-commercial use creative commons license on your wiki which includes oral history interviews from an archive where the interviewee gave unrestrictive use of the interview content.-2. your blog doesn’t have a copyright notice and an anonymous user adds a comment that links to a diary digitized and reproduced by the kentuckiana digital library (where the copyright notice is displayed and explained).-it is not clear that the images for the bibliography will come from sites that allow free re-use of their images. the other cases show the importance of allowing for the growth of a culture of creative exchange of original works. scholars rely on each other to keep their ideas fresh and well-honed. we want others to have access to our work and use it. lawrence lessig of harvard university asks us to think more broadly about knowledge and how important it is to everyones future. so, instead of creating a work with all rights reserved, offer up your original work with some rights reserved (as in creative commons) or free for anyone to share or to remix and share. see lessig, getting our values around copyright right, educause review, vol. 45, no 2 (march/april 2010): 26-42. final thoughts: if youre not sure about the research you are doing and you think you may need some help with how the materials can be used, contact a u.k. reference librarian via email, phone or instant messaging (ask-a-librarian, https://www.uky.edu/libraries/page.php?lweb_id=15). for further clarification of the copyright law, please contact the university legal counsel at 257-2936.