jueves, 27 de febrero de 2014

Translator´s Post.

I´m María Rodríguez ,who have been the translator of my group this third week.
For me, being translator has a responsibility but not the same as last week when I was one of the stars of my group. This is obvious. However, for me each role has an importance and without one of them, the group wouldn´t be a cooperative group. The “group” could be seven students of primary education at the University of Murcia doing some activities on our behalf, all without sense among us. So, this week I have to collect the 5 most important terms that we have been learnt about our topic “Telling Stories: Free Resources and visual presentations”.
These terms are:

Creative Commons: is a nonprofit corporation which want that people can share their work like images, music, videos (all medias)… on internet with licenses and specifics tools. These licenses are different from copyright. On the one hand, Creative commons has some rights reserved and on the other hand Copyright has all rights reserved.Nowadays, Creative Commons have included a new license which has the purpose of covering works around the world. These licenses 4.0 could make a revolution in the concept of open knowledge because as Jack Andraka said; “Access to knowledge is you know, a basic human right”.

Licenses: They give to the creator the ability to choose the protections and rights for their work. There are four key licenses in Creative Commons which are: Attribution, No derivative works, Share Alike and Non-Commercial and these four terms can be mixed to create more CC Licenses depending on your own interests in order to protect your intellectual property.

Creative: is to have ability to create something.  Most people have a lot of creativity but there are two big mistakes on this theme. The first one is that some of them don’t know how to take advantage of it and the second one is that there are some people who really don’t know that they have a lot of creativity to do something. This creativity is shown in some sources like Flickr , Google , You Tube,  SoundCloud…

Slideshare: is a type of web where people can share their PowerPoints, PDF, OpenDocuments or Keynote presentations. This web site offers to users the ability to comment the slideshows, to uploaded content and of course to share it.

Presentation: is the last step of a work. When you have done an activity, later you will have to present it in front of an audience and this is the reason for following some tips to success and to clarify the main ideas.

To sum up, here I attach you the link of our Slideshare account where you can see those five terms more clearly.


Elliot Harmon, January 7th, 2014 “Access to knowledge: a basic human right” (webpage) Retrieved from http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/41614?utm_campaign=sm&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitter1 

CC, Creative Commons, (n.d.) (webpage) Retrieved from http://creativecommons.org/

Wikipedia, (n.d) SlideShare (webpage) Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SlideShare

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