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Which licence should I select when contributing a resource to the Learning Hub?

When contributing a resource to the Learning Hub it is important that you, as the contributor, understand the licence options available to you. You need to be aware of how your choice of licence affects how learners can interact with, and potentially share, the resource after it is added to the Learning Hub. 

Are you allowed to share this resource? If you are, you can choose from four licences. Each licence offers different levels of restrictions on how the resource can be shared and used. 

If you are unsure which licence is the right one for you, select the links below for more information. 

Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International 

Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International 

Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International 

All Rights Reserved  

This licence allows you, as the creator of the resource you are contributing to the Learning Hub, to reserve all rights capable of being reserved under the relevant applicable laws related to the reuse of the materials included in your resource.  However, by sharing your resources on the Learning Hub you are inviting users to access, read, and be educated by the resource you have contributed.  

This licence is available to contributors both to preserve the autonomy of those creating and sharing their resources on the Learning Hub, and to offer a licence option that can be applied to resources created where the contributor is not the sole creator of the materials, meaning they do not have the right to use a more open licence (see Creative Commons options above) for their contribution. 


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