I don’t mind other people using and adapting my work, but I want the derivative works to always remain available for others to use as well, so I should apply the SA term, correct?

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Correct. The Share Alike term requires that users who make derivatives of the originally licensed work to license the derivative work in the same way the original work was licensed to them. Therefore, to ensure your work remains available, use the Share Alike license in combination with other Creative Commons licenses to express just how free you would like that work to remain. Recall, though, that the Share Alike license only applies to derivatives, so uses that do not constitute derivatives are not required to be re-licensed as Share Alike.

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