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  • Creació del web d'uns estudis de la UOC amb un sistema de gestió de continguts de codi obert

    Universitat Oberta de Catalunya; Cuerda Garcia, Xavier (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, 2010-02-16)
    L'objectiu d'aquest treball és seleccionar un sistema de gestió de continguts de codi obert i dissenyar el web d'uns estudis de la UOC amb el programari escollit. Per a això, es comproven les capacitats d'aquest programari en la gestió del contingut del web: creació de nous continguts, expansió, permisos d'accés, flux de treball, etc.
  • Bent Fish: Issues of Ownership and Infringement in Digitally Processed Images

    Gastineau, John (Digital Repository @ Maurer Law, 1991-01-01)
  • Creative Commons: An Explainer

    Brown, Kincaid C. (University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository, 2018-01-01)
    Copyright protection attaches automatically to original works you create, whether a poem, photograph, painting, song, video, or essay. Copyright limits what others can do with your creative work and protects your original work from, for example, being compiled or reused and sold for profit. If you hold the copyright—and didn’t, say, create the original work in an employment context where it may be subject to being a work for hire—you may want to allow others to use your work for particular purposes. You could individually negotiate a license granting rights to each person, which would undoubtedly take more and more time as licensing requests mount, or you could use a Creative Commons license to manage your intellectual property in an all-encompassing manner.
  • Tuning In: The Future of Copyright Protection for Online Music in the Digital Millenium

    Pollack, Wendy (FLASH: The Fordham Law Archive of Scholarship and History, 2000-01-01)
  • Creative Commons: An Explainer

    Brown, Kincaid C. (University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository, 2018-01-01)
    Copyright protection attaches automatically to original works you create, whether a poem, photograph, painting, song, video, or essay. Copyright limits what others can do with your creative work and protects your original work from, for example, being compiled or reused and sold for profit. If you hold the copyright—and didn’t, say, create the original work in an employment context where it may be subject to being a work for hire—you may want to allow others to use your work for particular purposes. You could individually negotiate a license granting rights to each person, which would undoubtedly take more and more time as licensing requests mount, or you could use a Creative Commons license to manage your intellectual property in an all-encompassing manner.

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