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Open Culture (OC) is the concept that ideas and knowledge should be shared, developed and enriched in an "open" and "collaborative" manner, free from restrictive copyright laws.
Copyright holders who agree with the concept of "open culture" generally use Creative Commons licenses to make their resources available to the public. These licenses allow copyright holders to decide for themselves who can share, reuse and build upon their creative works.
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Bloggapedia is a blog directory, blog search engine and a social network for bloggers. Register now to find other bloggers and blog posts that you like!
ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons
Creative Commons Canada
Canadian not-for-profit organization that promotes the fair use of licensed digital works
Creative Commons International
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation.
Free tools, including graphics, for building a website.
Flickr is the largest photo management and sharing application in the world.
Google Advanced Image Search
Search for copyright-free images using the "Usage Rights" filter.
Free down-loadable music that can be shared and/or modified depending on how each specific piece of music is licensed.
Free high-resolution stock photography images free for either corporate or private use.
Pics 4 Learning
Includes both photographs and clip art, organized into topics, free to use in an educational setting.
Web 2.0. Resources for the Classroom
A guide to help teachers find Web 2.0 tools and resources to use in the classroom
Subjects: Biblical Languages
, Biblical Studies
, Church History
, Greek language
, Missions and Global Christianity
, Pastoral Studies
, Religious Studies
, Research Strategies