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  1. Creative Commons licenses

    ... Creative Commons ( CC ) licenses give every person and organization in the world a ...

  2. Copyright

    ... being looked into (medio 2017) on instigation of VSNU. Creative Commons licences Creative Commons ( CC ) licences aims to make ...

  3. Open education

    ... publications. 2. Open content Open content refers to creative works, such as texts, images, sound or video, that are published under an open licence (e.g. Creative Commons ), which explicitly permits copying, adapting and distribution. 3. ...

  4. Libraries at polytechnicals go green

    ... are made freely accessible via a repository and get a Creative Commons license, so reuse is possible worldwide. This accounts for ...

  5. Researcher / author

    ... to exploitation as long as possible. Make use of Creative Commons licenses to organise your rights. This will make it easier to tackle ...

  6. Taylor & Francis 2018-2020

    ... author to publish in open access. Select the  Creative Commons license  of your choice.   * Please note that in 2018 ...

  7. Quality

    ... clearly state (per article) the (re) use rights (eg Creative Commons CC BY licenses)? Does the magazine have an ISSN (International ...

  8. Taylor & Francis 2016-2017

    ... author to publish in open access. Select the Creative Commons license of your choice. Meer informatie More information ...

  9. Royal Society of Chemistry 2019-2020

    ... are waived. In the next step you can choose from two Creative Commons Licenses ( CC -BY or CC -BY-NC). Choose CC -BY. Do not ...

  10. Dutch universities give open access another boost

    ... NL Language English Tags:  Creative Commons (CC) green road repository VSNU ...

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