You now have a page just containing the Dolphin page content. The screenshot shows the text after selection (in blue): 
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Now open your word processing software (e.g. Word), and copy and paste all (or part) of the text into it: 
You can now adapt this text as you see fit. However, remember that content on Wikipedia is CC BY-SA, so if you adapt it, you 
need to use the same licence when publishing your adaptation. You can find more information about the Share-Alike licences in 
the OER Guidance for Schools, S6
. In the above image, you will also notice that the image isn’t properly attributed. Now we’ll 
show you how to fix this. 
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Wikipedia is also a useful source of images. Now we will look at how you can reuse an image from Wikipedia (and provide proper 
attribution). First, find an image on Wikipedia: 
Next, you will download the image, and create the attribution. 
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Look for the “Expand view” button underneath the image, and click it: 
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In the expanded view, click on “Use this file”: 
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Now click “Download original file” to see the available sizes, and then download the image: 
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To see the attribution, click on “Show me how” (underneath “You need to attribute the author”). A text box pops up containing 
the attribution text: 
We now can simply copy and paste the attribution text which, in this case, is: 
● "Dolphinsurfresize" by BabyNuke - A crop and resize of File:Dolphins-surfing.jpg because there was a lot of wasted empty 
space in it. Now better suited for articles. Originally uploaded on en.wikipedia (Transferred by Mrseacow). Licensed under 
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - 
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http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dolphinsurfresize.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Dolphinsurfresize.jpg
As you can see, this attribution is slightly different from the 
format we recommended  - that’s ok, because there isn’t a 
uniform way of attributing.  
Let’s see how to attribute this image using the format we have 
recommended. Return to the image page (see right): 
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Scroll down to locate the licence URL: 
Put this together in to the attribution as follows: 
● Dolphinsurfresize, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Dolphinsurfresize.jpg
, by BabyNuke, at the English language Wikipedia, 
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
We can also rename the above hyperlinks to create the following attribution: 
● Dolphinsurfresize
, by BabyNuke
at the English language Wikipedia
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0
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Attribution 
The images in this document were adapted from Wikipedia, and can be used under their respective licences. 
You are free to use the content of these guides to create your own content, as long as you include this attribution: 
OER Guidance for Schools
(2014), by Björn Haßler
Helen Neo
and Josie Fraser
. Published by Leicester City
Council
, available under Creative Commons
Attribution 4.0
 
The OER Guidance for Schools documents are available from http://schools.leicester.gov.uk/openeducation
As far as the authors are aware the information contained within these documents is accurate on the date upon which they were produced. However, the information 
contained in the documents is not legal advice. If you require such advice, please seek advice from a suitably legally qualified professional.
 
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