Creative Commons licences give everyone from individual creators to large institutions a standardized way to grant the public permission to use their creative work under copyright law. From the re-user’s perspective, the presence of a Creative Commons licence on a copyrighted work answers the question – “What can I do with this work?”
Source: Creative Commons (CC) website
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You can only apply a copyright notice and Creative Commons licence to a research output if you own copyright or, have obtained the appropriate declaration and licence from all other potential copyright owners. Creative Commons licences cannot be revoked.
The copyright notice and CC licence needs to be added to the research document in an obvious place (footer, title page or inside title page) for people to see.
1. Copyright notice = symbol © or text 'Copyright'; year of publication; name of the copyright owner/s
2.Creative Commons licence = statement; chosen CC licence licence text as a hyperlink; licence icons.
Tip: copy these from the chosen CC licence in CC Licence Chooser
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