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There are 2 series for Music Therapy faculty works and I don't know where to submit my work - in Faculty Works: Music Therapy or Faculty Works: The Rebecca Center?
All faculty work done in the Music Therapy department will be visible in Faculty Works: Music Therapy but it is important to submit your work to the correct series in order to avoid duplicate work. If are working in The Rebecca Center and your work is based on the research done at the center then that is where you place your content. After your submission is approved, it'll appear in both The Rebecca Center and Music Therapy series. If you are a faculty member who does not work or do research in The Rebecca Center then you would submit your work to the Music Therapy series.
I would like to include my work but it is in print. Can you help?
Why should I use a Creative Commons license?
A Creative Commons license helps protect your rights as the copyright holder by explicitly stating how you wish your work to be used. The Creative Commons website says it best: "All Creative Commons licenses have many important features in common. Every license helps creators — we call them licensors if they use our tools — retain copyright while allowing others to copy, distribute, and make some uses of their work — at least non-commercially. Every Creative Commons license also ensures licensors get the credit for their work they deserve." The License Chooser makes it easy to find the license to suite your needs. Here is a great video describing the usefulness and process for licenses. Note: CC licenses are non-revocable so once you choose on for your work - that is the license it'll have forever.
Created by Tabitha Ochtera, MLIS