A special welcome to anyone coming here after reading “Assessing Your Curriculum with the Creative Rights Pyramid.” (September 2011 issue of Music Educators Journal, in print or free online to NAfME/MENC folks and through most university networks).
Here are links to the freely available resources mentioned in the piece:
- The Creative Rights Pyramid and a Creative Work Permission Form are here to use and share to your hearts’ content: http://www.archive.org/details/CreativeWorkReleaseForm
- Download The Public Domain and check out chapter 6, “I Got a Mashup”: http://www.thepublicdomain.org/
- Learn about copyright and the Creative Commons through Free Culture: http://www.free-culture.cc/freecontent/
- For a richer portrait of my views on creativity in context, here’s a 20-minute public talk, “Digital Culture as a Catalyst for Change: Arts Education and Creative Rights.”
Finally, here’s a short related talk from the 2009 SMTE conference (given via Skype):
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