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*EFF's [https://www.eff.org/issues/bloggers/legal Legal Guide for Bloggers]
*EFF's [https://www.eff.org/issues/bloggers/legal Legal Guide for Bloggers]
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[http://www.omlua.com Omlua] is a wiki based platform for sharing educational resources. Material can be uploaded via wiki text, pdf and a variety of other formats under the creative commons license. At Omlua we want great teachers to get the credit they deserve while sharing their content to the largest audience possible.
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=Other communities=
=Other communities=
*[[Content Directories#Text]]
*[[Content Directories#Text]]
*[[Writer|Writers and CC]]
*[[Writer|Writers and CC]]

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Scribd is a community for uploading and sharing documents that has enabled CC licensing.

How to publish on Scribd


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SlideShare is a community for sharing presentations, documents, and PDFs under CC licenses. Various professionals are linked through sub-communities via LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

How to publish on SlideShare

Internet Archive

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The Internet Archive is a digital library of internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form, including audio, moving images, texts, and archived web pages. See the Case Study for more information.

How to publish on Internet Archive



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WordPress is a blogging platform and self-hosted blogging tool. In addition to easily setting a default CC license for your blog, WordPress widgets and plugins exist to make CC licensing easier.

How to publish on WordPress


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Blogger is Google's blogging platform. Using the HTML that is generated when you choose a license, you can easily publish your blog under a CC license.

How to publish on Blogger

Blog resources

Other communities