My site has resources subject to different licensing terms. How do I deal with this?

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A site with multiple licenses and a site with a single licenses are essentially the same, except for the fact that the site with a single license can automate the licensing status into every page. Otherwise, you will still want to license each resource individually, or each page, provided that each page contains only one resource or everything on a given page is under one license. If you are uploading your resources to another site, make sure that it supports different CC licenses (which you should be able to choose at the time of the upload). If you are hosting resources yourself, you should integrate the CC licensing decision into the upload process so that contributors to your site take on the burden of specifying the license each time. We would recommend that you establish CC BY as the default condition unless otherwise specified.

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