Sharing and Using Content on the Web

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The open sharing of content can be of value in sharing knowledge in development and for non governmental and non profit organizations. The development and sharing of global public goods on the internet asks us to understand some of the basics about copyright, permissions and related issues on the web. Before you share content on the web, you should make sure you have the correct permission for material that you did not create and think about what rights you want to offer others with your own material.

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In using online tools and social media, possible more than in any other aspect of our work, there can be a blurring of the division between professional and personal space. Effective use of social media requires some level of personalized communication in order to be "social" and successful. There is a growing body of writings about this subject, and while there is no universal standard, this short article "How to Balance Your Personal and Professional Presence Online" provides a good introduction.

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