Copyright: It is the ownership of an intellectual property with some limits prescribed by a particular law. The copyright law gives the owner of a property has the closed right to print, distribute, and copy the work. On the other hand, the permission must be obtained by anyone who wants to reuse the work in these ways. Copyright provided automatically to the author of an original work covered by the law as soon as the work is made.
Creative common license: It is a type of license based on the contrary of ‘all right reserved’ by Copyright. Creative Commons license helps to share information in a free way with the minimum condition of naming the author (attribution) and depending on other types of licenses you should respect Non-Commercial licenses, ShareAlike license, NoDerivs, license and the mixed among them.
Public domain: Content in public domain means all that intellectual knowledge in which the Copyright license have expired and it keeps free. Public domain lets everyone have access to all that knowledge without obeying any kind of license. For example, the works of Shakespeare and Beethoven are all now in the public domain by either being created before copyrights existed or leaving the copyright term.
Attribution: It is the basic element of creative common licence where the author of the content has to be credit, the tittle of the content must be provided as well as the URL where the content can be found and the type of licence under which the content is should be established.
Slide Share: It is a Web 2.0 based slide hosting service where slides in different formats such as PDF or OpenDocument can be uploaded and seen. This tool provides users the possibility to rate, comment on, and share the uploaded content. It was actually only for business at the beginning, whereas nowadays it can be used for any purpose. It is especially useful for educational goals.