Creative Commons License
A Creative Commons license is a legal license or tool designed to describe how you, as an author, will allow others to use your copyrighted material. Creative Commons licenses are not intended to be used as a stand-alone alternative, but allow you to easily modify the terms of your copyright ownership and communicate to others how your work may be used.
The following example of the use of a Creative Commons license with the copyright information. This particular creative commons license says other may use your work under the following conditions: They must show attribution; use it for non-commercial purposes; no derivatives.
© Copyright 20XX by Your Name
Explanations of Creative Commons license conditions and how to mark your document can be found at https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/licensing-types-examples/.