Creative Commons


Products created by intellectual labor, legally provided rights (copyrights) are protected by the laws of the relevant country. Creative Commons (CC) licenses are used to determine the usage, distribution and reuse conditions of these products. Thus, it works with intellectual property laws.
CC is a nonprofit open licenses organization. CC helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity for a more just, accessible and innovative world. It is a collection of open licenses that allows the author to determine the conditions of use of the works on the internet. It allows the author to determine the conditions of use of a work on the internet. It enables the sharing of scientific, cultural or artistic original works on the internet.
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Academic Journals and CC Usage
Creative Commons copyright licenses and tools create a balance within the traditional "all rights reserved" structure of the law. Our tools enable everyone from individual creators to large companies and institutions to grant copyright to their original works in a simple, standardized way.
DergiPark and CC
• Providing services within the framework of a policy that supports and encourages Open Access, DergiPark provides awareness to journals on the use of CC and provides technical infrastructure for implementation.
• It does not interfere with the internal functioning of the journals, publication policy and terms of use (use, dissemination, reuse). For this reason, CC license selection and application belongs to the journals themselves.
• DergiPark can detect journals that do not have a CC license and provide information and guidance for using licenses.
CC Licenses
All Creative Commons licenses have many important features in common. Each license helps copyright holders. Each Creative Commons license also allows licensors to get credit for their deserved work. Every Creative Commons license is valid around the world (because they are built on copyright) and are applicable for the duration of the current copyright. On top of these common features, it also gives the licensors the option to provide additional permissions on how their work will be used.
CC licenses operate with the slogan "some rights reserved" rather than "all rights reserved." It contains six different license combinations on four main terms. Apart from these, PDM and CC0 provide two more tools to distinguish public domain works. It eliminates the step of obtaining separate permission from the author for the use of works shared by the copyright holder with CC licenses on the Internet. Thus, it speeds up sharing. It unlocks the full potential of the internet. It encourages creativity and strengthens innovation. It is not an alternative to existing intellectual property laws, it works together.
Citation CC BY
The license grants users the right to distribute, mix, tweak, or work on your work as long as they cite the original work. This is the most useful license offered. This license is recommended for the use and dissemination of the work as much as possible.
Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA
This license gives users the right to mix, tweak, and work on their work as long as they license their work in the same language. This license is often compared to open access software licenses that are independent of "copyleft". Wikipedia uses this license and is recommended for works that make use of content such as Wikipedia or the like.
Citation-Not Derivative CC BY-ND
This license allows others to use the business for any purpose, including commercial; however, it cannot be shared with others in an adapted form.
Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC
This license allows others to create a different version of your work by mixing it for non-commercial purposes, to fine-tune it, or to build on your own work. Although their new works are non-commercial and must refer to you, they are not obliged to license their resulting derived works with the same terms.
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA
This license allows others to use your work for non-commercial purposes by mixing, fine-tuning, or upgrading your work, and must license the new product with the same original license of the work using it.
Attribution-NonCommercial -No Derivative CC BY-NC-ND
This language is the most restrictive of the 6 licenses. Your work can be downloaded or shared by citing you, but cannot be changed and used for commercial purposes.
At the same time, a tool "all rights are recognized" in the public domain is also offered. The CC0 tool tool allows the licensor to waive all rights and to camouflage a work.

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