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Copyright @ William Angliss: Open Access and Creative Commons

Creative Commons

Creative Commons (CC) enables students and researchers to use more of a material than is allowed when relying on Fair Dealing. It can also allow for additional uses, eg. using material online.                                                   

Creative Commons Obligations                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Check the licensing of Creative Commons materials before you use them – there are a few different types of CC licenses which can be tricky to navigate!   


  • ALL material must still be attributed. 
  • Use the terms CC’ or ‘Creative Commons’ when conducting your search.

For example: "Tofu making" AND CC   or  "Tofu making" AND "Creative Commons"

More information on Creative Commons and their Optional Licence Elements (eg.  ) can be found here.                    

Finding Creative Commons Licensed Material                                                                  

For Creative Commons images and cliparts, such as flickr or Google images...etc. , see Images page.                                                                                                                                                                               

For more information on Moral Rights, visit the Australian Copyright Council.

Creative Commons made easy

Creative Commons - Mayer & Bettle

Mayer and Bettle by Creative Commons Australia and Black Brow is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY) license, from

Creative Commons made easy