Contributing Content

The Conflict Resolution Education Connection is cataloging additional content beyond our starting collection. Contributors may want to review our general site policies and consider what form of release rights they are prepared to provide. To accomplish our mission, materials submitted must be released for general use, with appropriate restrictions as provided below. Here is a draft of the form we are preparing for content submitters.

Title of Resource Document

We will need a title that is reasonably descriptive to be used in our search catalog.

Description of the Resource

Here we need a couple of sentences describing the resource so that users can decide whether it meets their needs. It helps to mention if it is a word document, pdf, webpage, or powerpoint slideshow in the description. This information is used as our abstract.

Location of Resource (URL)

If the item is uploaded and stored in our repository, we can create the URL ourselves. If we are pointing to a resource on your site, we need the direct address to the resource itself in the form “”


First and last names for all primary authors of the document are listed

Contributing Organization

The name of the organization that has created/contributed the content is provided here. Ideally, we will also have full organizational information on the group in our directory so that we can link people to it if they want to find out more.

Target Audience(s)

  • Educators (Teachers)
  • Elementary
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Lifelong Learner
  • Law Enforcement
  • Parent/Caretaker
  • Researcher
  • Administrator/Policymaker


Choose one to indicate who will hold the copyright to the work.

  • __
  • __ the contributing partner organization (which is____)
  • __ the individual work’s authors

Help Us Properly Use Your Material by Choosing a License Type

Please specify the content licensing type by reviewing the following options and choosing the most appropriate one.

__ Creative Commons

Creative Commons is devoted to expanding the range of creative work available for others to build upon and share. They have developed a matrix of a dozen open licenses, depending on which rights the author wishes to reserve. For more information and to pick a specific license type, see The following three questions help determine which license you want to use.


If you answer Yes anyone using your work needs to list you as the creator.


This governs whether others can adopt and change your work and if so, how.


This allows anyone to take this work and use it for commercial purposes directly or building derivative works on top of it.

Other Rights Options

__ Public Domain

A public domain work is a creative work that is expressly not protected by copyright and which may be freely used by anyone for any purpose.

__ Other

If you are not sure about the licensing type simply choose other. You can change it later.