by Sylvia Currie -
Number of replies: 1
We're still thinking about the what part of our book, be we should probably begin discussions about copyright fairly early in this process. Although we could technically assign a license for each chapter, ideally we'll be able to agree on a copyright license that will work for the entire book.

Here's is a link to explain the various Creative Commons licenses.

Do you have any druthers?
In reply to Sylvia Currie

Re: Copyright

by Robin Yap -

Hi Sylvia,

Not sure if you saw Stewart Mader's presentation at the conference, his wiki in education book authors retain their own licenses for their chapters and the book itself has its overall license. <-- link to the copyright

In fact, the way this book is structured is a good example for us too. Maybe we can look into our book being complimentary to Mader's. Just a thought.

Hope that helps