Category Archives: Social Good

Using Social Media in the Social Age of Learning #lifewidelearning

Lifewide Magazine is published four times a year under a Creative Commons license. Each issue examines a different aspect of lifewide learning, education, personal development and achievement. For this latest issue my colleague Chrissi Nerantzi and myself were invited by … Continue reading

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Choosing the right Creative Commons licence for your work

Why would you want a Creative Commons licence? The Creative Commons copyright licenses give everyone from individual creators to large companies and institutions a simple, standardized way to grant copyright permissions to their creative work. As more people adopt this … Continue reading

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Is it @Impossible? – A new social network where wishes can come true for free

Lily Cole, perhaps better known for her roles in film and fashion; is a recent graduate of Cambridge University and Founder of Impossible. Impossible is a social network based on the principle of gift exchange. Users can post wishes and they … Continue reading

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Kickstarter: crowdsourcing funding for your creative project

Kickstarter is a new way to fund creative projects. It is a platform where anyone can launch a project and seek funding. The project creators set a funding goal and deadline for their project. Projects only get funded if the … Continue reading

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Sharing on social media websites is clearly seen as a positive step forward but we still need to be mindful of copyright and that we cannot just use somebody else’s work without permission. Where permission is granted then it is important to … Continue reading

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