Number of Creative Commons licensed works as of 2014.
This is a
list of notable works available under a Creative Commons license. Works available under a Creative Commons license are becoming more common. Note that there are multiple Creative Commons licenses with important differences.
Number of creative commons works [ edit ]
An analysis in November 2014 revealed that the amount of CC licensed works in major databases and searchable able via google sums up to 882 million works. Nine million webpages linking to one of the CC licenses.
The Creative commons offering now also a
search engine for major databases as: Europeana, Open Clip Art Library, Pixabay, ccMixter and more. 
Governments and intergovernmental organizations [ edit ]
As of January 2016
similarly dozens of organizations from the  GLAM sector (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums). 
, 31 governments and 7 intergovernmental organizations have made their information available per CC according to creativecommons.org,
Creative commons maintain a book list themselves.
Educational resources [ edit ]
Video games [ edit ]
Images and photos [ edit ]
deviantART image artwork sharing website
various (15 millions CC licensed)
Flickr user photo uploading and sharing service
various CC licenses (350 millionen CC images of 6+ billion images
 ) 
Mapillary Over 30 million free photos
Mushroom Observer collaborative amateur mycology database with approx. 600,000 observational photos
  CC BY-SA or CC BY-NC-SA
Panoramio Over 100 million photos
Pixabay user photo uploading and sharing service
CC0 (555.000 images)
Unsplash user photo uploading and sharing service
Wikimedia Commons free image and data repository, stores Wikipedia images
various free CC licenses (millions of images
Knowledge, research and science [ edit ]
Databases and data [ edit ]
Technology, blueprints and recipes [ edit ]
Video and film [ edit ]
Creative commons maintain a film list themselves.
Websites [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ State of the Commons report on creativecommons.org
^ State of the Commons: Notes and additional resources - Number of Creative Commons--licensed works on github.com (November 2014)
^ CC search on creativecommons.org
^ Government use of Creative Commons on creativecommons.org (January 2016)
^ GLAM on creativevommons.org (January 2016)
^ "The Art of Unix Programming" . Retrieved . 12 October 2013
^ A Briefer History of Time "CC BY-ND-NC 1.0" (archived 2004)
^ a b he-future-of-ideas-is-now-fre-1 on lessig.org
^ Free souls captured and released "This is an celebration of all people who are willing to share" on freesouls.org
^ , Friends of the Earth, download Meat Atlas Meat Atlas as pdf
^ Code Version 2.0, at http://codev2.cc/download+remix/Lessig-Codev2.pdf " the one surprise that teaches us more than everything here."
^ Code Version 2.0, at http://codev2.cc/download+remix/Lessig-Codev2.pdf
^ Remix on lessig.org
^ Remix on scribd.com
^ Wealth of Networks wiki. Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Last accessed 16 Feb 2012.
^ Kale, Arun (21 October 2010). "Of Fretting Cats and Wandering Rooks". Helter Skelter. Square One Media. Archived from the original on 18 December 2010 . Retrieved . 15 December 2010
^ Castle Crashers Soundtrack Released Under CC License (2008)
^ tinyspeck (2013-11-18). "Glitch is Dead, Long Live Glitch! - Art & Code from the Game Released into Public Domain". glitchthegame.com . Retrieved . 2013-12-11 The entire library of art assets from the game, has been made freely available, dedicated to the public domain. Code from the game client is included to help developers work with the assets. All of it can be downloaded and used by anyone, for any purpose.
^ Blackwell, Laura (2013-11-18). "Afterlife of an MMO: Glitch's offbeat art enters public domain". pcworld.com . Retrieved . 2013-12-11
^ Red Eclipse Team (January 24, 2012). "Red Eclipse license". sourceforge.net. Red Eclipse Team . Retrieved . January 26, 2012
^ "Breakthrough for Free Software Gaming--Ryzom Announces Full Release of Source Code and Artwork, and a Partnership with the Free Software Foundation to Host a Repository of the Game's Artistic Assets". ryzom.com . Retrieved . 2010-05-06
^ a b Massively Multiplayer Game Ryzom Released as Free Culture and Free Software on creativecommons.org (2010)
^ Free game graphics: Tyrian ships and tiles on lostgarden.com by Daniel Cook (2007-04-04)
^ Lost garden license on lostgarden.com "All licensed items use the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License" (2007)
^ The Ur-Quan Masters licensing
^ "Yo Frankie! license page" . Retrieved . 2010-01-26
^ creativecommons on flickr.com
^ Parfeni, Lucian (2011-08-05). "Flickr Boasts 6 Billion Photo Uploads". Softpedia . Retrieved . 2012-03-01
^ "Site Statistics". Mushroom Observer . Retrieved . 26 March 2016 Images 599669, Observations 208462, Listed Taxa 51072, Observed Taxa 13184, Authored Name Descriptions 4312, Defined Locations 12812, Authored Location Descriptions 847, Species Lists 685, Species List Entries 89263, Proposed IDs 299937, Comments 113454, Votes 418612, Members 6558
^ Wood, Michael (Summer 2008). "WebWatch: Observing Mushrooms" (PDF). . Fungi Magazine 1 (2) . Retrieved . 8 October 2010 Reproduced on the MykoWeb website.
^ "Introduction". Mushroom Observer . Retrieved . 8 October 2010
^ "Unsplash is a site full of free images for your next splash page". The Next Web . Retrieved . 2015-11-13
^ "License | Unsplash". unsplash.com . Retrieved . 2015-11-13
^ "Pulse of the Earth". Hungry Lucy.
^ Carr, Daphne (May 28, 2008). "Nine Inch Nails, Radiohead, Free Music and Creative Competition – Page 1 – Music – Los Angeles – . LA Weekly" . Archived from LA Weekly the original on 2008-12-26 . Retrieved . July 21, 2013
^ "Goldberg Variationen: Johann Sebastian Bach als 'Creative Commons Zero'", Heise online, 29 May 2012
^ Benenson, Fred (2009-01-13). "Al Jazeera Launches Creative Commons Repository". creativecommons.org . Retrieved . 2009-01-19
^ Steuer, Eric (2009-01-13). "Al Jazeera Announces Launch of Free Footage Under Creative Commons License". creativecommons.org . Retrieved . 2009-01-19
^ Cohen, Noam (2009-01-11). "Al Jazeera provides an inside look at Gaza conflict". International Herald Tribune . Retrieved . 2009-01-19
^ "Al Jazeera Announces Launch of Free Footage under Creative Commons License". Al Jazeera Creative Commons Repository . Retrieved . 2009-01-19
^ Andrews, Robert (2009-11-14). "Al Jazeera Offers Creative Commons Video, Lessig Lends Backing". paidcontent.co.uk . Retrieved . 2009-01-19
^ Ito, Joi (2009-01-14). "Al Jazeera Launches Creative Commons Repository". joi.ito.com . Retrieved . 2009-01-19
^ knol.google.com/k on the Internet Archive
^ "OpenSeaMap: Frequently Asked Questions". OpenSeaMap.org . Retrieved . April 28, 2012
^ "OpenStreetMap: Copyright and License". Openstreetmap.org . Retrieved . April 28, 2012
^ OpenStreetMap#Licensing terms
^ "SNPedia:Copyrights". SNPedia . Retrieved . November 15, 2013
^ How can a beer be "free"? on freebeer.org "The recipe and the FREE BEER brand is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, which basically means that anyone can use our recipe to brew the beer or to create a derivative of our recipe."
^ Linux goes walkabout by Jack Kapic on theglobeandmail.com (March 4, 2008)
^ schematics on openmoko.com
^ "Big Buck Bunny about page" . Retrieved . 2010-01-26
^ Project Code Rush. "Project Code Rush". clickmovement.org . Retrieved . 2012-08-17
^ Code Rush in the Creative Commons. "Code Rush in the Creative Commons". Waxy.org . Retrieved . 2010-02-02
^ "Elephants Dream license page" . Retrieved . 2010-01-26
^ pearl-jam-releases-video-under-creative-commons-license on cnet.com (2006)
^ Kirsner, Scott. "CinemaTech Filmmaker Q&A: Brett Gaylor of Open Source Cinema".
^ Sinnott, Shane. " The Load-Down", , 2007-03-29. Accessed 2008-06-30 Montreal Mirror