Open Publication License
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The Open Publication License was one of the first open content licenses. It has now been retired and licensors are now encouraged to use Creative Commons licenses.
- Severability – if part of it is unenforceable somewhere, the rest of it is still in force
- No warranty
- Modifications must be labeled, with acknowledgement to past and present authors and must provided reference to the original.
- Allows for a prohibition of substantively modified versions
- Can combine with other, less restrictive licenses.
- How do the OPL and Creative Commons licenses compare? How are they similar? How are they different? Why?
Creative Commons Licenses. (2014) https://edtechbooks.org/-yZN
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