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Canvas Doc Team
A Creative Commons license allows you to share, on your own terms, the course content you create. You determine how and to what extent other users can reuse your original course content. Likewise, you can reuse other users' content if it has a Creative Commons license. The benefit of using Creative Commons licenses is that other instructors can…
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Canvas Doc Team
You can view and import resources from your Commons Favorites list in the Rich Content Editor in Canvas. Importing content in the Rich Content Editor only supports documents, videos, audio recordings, and images. Notes: You must add a resource to your favorites in Commons before you can view and import it in the Rich Content Editor. Content…
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Canvas Doc Team
In Commons, you can add a resource to Favorites to help you curate helpful content. Favorited content is viewed and managed in the Favorites page. Notes: To enable Commons in your Canvas instance, please contact your Customer Success Manager. Commons is available in all Free for Teacher (FFT) accounts. Free for Teacher users are limited to…
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