Digital projects are scholarly and creative works that reuse, remix, create and share primary and secondary data and digital media for scholarly purposes. They are academic digital scholarship products that are enhanced by various disciplinary and interdisciplinary digital technology, tools, and methodologies. These digital scholarship creative work types can take shape as digital book companions, digital editions, digital exhibits, digital maps, and digital media collections and archives. They are usually made publicly and openly available for reuse.
Creative commons license spectrum between public domain (top) and all rights reserved (bottom). Left side indicates the use-cases allowed, right side the license components. The dark green area indicates Free Cultural Works compatible licenses, the two green areas compatibility with the Remix culture.
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