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Name: Creating Adaptations of Published Content
ID: m11804
Language: English (en)
Summary: Instructions for using the Derive Copy function from content editing and using the Reuse/Edit shortcut from content viewing.
Subject: Science and Technology
Keywords: copy, derivative, derive, edit, module, reuse, snapshot
License: Creative Commons Attribution License CC-BY 3.0

Authors: Mark Husband (mshusband@comcast.net), Max Starkenburg (maxwell@cnx.org)
Copyright Holders: Mark Husband (mshusband@comcast.net)
Maintainers: Mark Husband (mshusband@comcast.net), Max Starkenburg (maxwell@cnx.org), Adan Galvan (agalvan@gmail.com), Connexions (cnx@cnx.org)

Latest version: 1.8 (history)
First publication date: Jan 22, 2004 10:56 am -0600
Last revision to module: Jul 24, 2011 6:52 pm -0500

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XML: m11804_1.8.cnxml XML that defines the structure and contents of the module, minus any included media files. Can be reimported in the editing interface. Learn more.

Version History

Version: 1.8 Jul 24, 2011 6:52 pm -0500 by Connexions
Changes:
Incorporated information from cnx.org/help/authoring/expressedit.

Version: 1.7 Feb 2, 2011 8:59 am -0600 by Ed Woodward
Changes:
Updated to remove reference to original authors under roles tab.

Version: 1.6 Nov 12, 2010 3:46 pm -0600 by Max Starkenburg
Changes:
Added instructions and screenshots for express edit.  Made it more general to all content, not just modules.  Removed references to suggested edits.  Other minor edits.

Version: 1.5 Jun 25, 2004 3:09 pm -0500 by Mark Husband
Changes:
Term consistency changes. 

Version: 1.4 Mar 15, 2004 11:27 pm -0600 by Jenn Drummond
Changes:
Handled new role persistence after forking, plus a couple of typo fixes.

Version: 1.3 Feb 5, 2004 4:34 pm -0600 by Mark Husband
Changes:
Added links to Suggested Edit.

Version: 1.2 Jan 28, 2004 5:30 pm -0600 by Mark Husband
Changes:
Checked supplemental links.

Version: 1.1 Jan 28, 2004 5:26 pm -0600 by Mark Husband
Changes:
Initial publish of module.

How to Reuse and Attribute This Content

If you derive a copy of this content using a OpenStax-CNX account and publish your version, proper attribution of the original work will be automatically done for you.

If you reuse this work elsewhere, in order to comply with the attribution requirements of the license (CC-BY 3.0), you must include

  • the authors' names: Mark Husband, Max Starkenburg
  • the title of the work: Creating Adaptations of Published Content
  • the OpenStax-CNX URL where the work can be found: http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/

See the citation section below for examples you can copy.

How to Cite and Attribute This Content

The following citation styles comply with the attribution requirements for the license (CC-BY 3.0) of this work:

American Chemical Society (ACS) Style Guide:

Husband, M.; Starkenburg, M. Creating Adaptations of Published Content, OpenStax-CNX Web site. http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/, Jul 24, 2011.

American Medical Assocation (AMA) Manual of Style:

Husband M, Starkenburg M. Creating Adaptations of Published Content [OpenStax-CNX Web site]. July 24, 2011. Available at: http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/.

American Psychological Assocation (APA) Publication Manual:

Husband, M., & Starkenburg, M. (2011, July 24). Creating Adaptations of Published Content. Retrieved from the OpenStax-CNX Web site: http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/

Chicago Manual of Style (Bibliography):

Husband, Mark, and Max Starkenburg. "Creating Adaptations of Published Content." OpenStax-CNX. July 24, 2011. http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/.

Chicago Manual of Style (Note):

Mark Husband and Max Starkenburg, "Creating Adaptations of Published Content," OpenStax-CNX, July 24, 2011, http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/.

Chicago Manual of Style (Reference, in Author-Date style):

Husband, M., & Starkenburg, M. 2011. Creating Adaptations of Published Content. OpenStax-CNX, July 24, 2011. http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/.

Modern Languages Association (MLA) Style Manual:

Husband, Mark, and Max Starkenburg. Creating Adaptations of Published Content. OpenStax-CNX. 24 July 2011 <http://cnx.org/content/m11804/1.8/>.