I would love to share my own OER, but want to be sure that no one else profits from my work. I should apply the NC term, correct?

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If you do not want to permit the work to be used for commercial use, a NonCommercial term would suffice. However, we ask you to consider this decision carefully, as there are many positive ways that your work could be used to increase educational access and opportunities which might violate the NC clause. For example, it is not clear if NC-licensed materials can be hosted on ad-supported (but otherwise free) sites, or if they can be included in print materials that are distributed at cost (such as might be the case in developing countries where access to the WWW is limited), and so on. For additional considerations of this issue, please look at some of the resources available and check back on this site as we add additional information in the future.

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