Unbounded Freedom

A guide to Creative Commons thinking for cultural organisations

Rosemary Bechler
24 February 2014

'Unbounded freedom: A guide to Creative Commons thinking for cultural organisations' by Rosemary Bechler was originally published in 2006 by the British Council under a CC by NC - SA license. Read the document in the viewer or here: Unbounded Freedom

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