CC licenses do not affect copyright.
They are built on copyright law.
They have no affect what as ever to fair use or fair dealings and TEACH Act.
(Creative, 2020, p. 46)
Remixing, Adaptation, Derivative, and Collection of CC-license
Remixing, adaptation, and derivative works have to have compatible licenses.
For my aquarium I used images of fish that were in the public domain, one fish I adapted, and a fish that had a CC BY-NC. I can make a license for this image as a whole with CC BY-NC-SA If there was picture of a fish that I wanted to use in my aquarium with a license of CC BY-ND or CC BY-NC-ND I cannot share the image.
If I made collection of aquariums, and one of those aquariums has a license with ND in it, but the whole collection has a license of CC BY-SA. I can share and others can adapt the collection to their needs except the aquarium that has the license with ND in it.
Since works don’t have to be registered or display a © anymore to indicate they are under copyright, the need arose to indicate when an author/creator wants to make their work available with less restrictions. OER publications generally have a Creative Commons license. There are several levels of CC license:
For more detailed information on Creative Commons visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/
The figures used throughout this page are CC-licensed works or are available in the public domain. The list below includes the URLs for each CC license or public domain tool referenced in the figures, so you can easily navigate to the appropriate license.
Сс-license-layers.png (296 × 383 pixels, file size: 39 KB, MIME type: image/png) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%D0%A1%D1%81-license-layers.png
Colorful Aquarium by MALIZ ONG from https://www.publicdomainpictures.net/en/view-image.php?image=51717&picture=colorful-aquarium with CC0 license
Downloads - Creative Commons Elements https://creativecommons.org/about/downloads/
Fish. smedley. No Source. No license
No Title. No Author. https://pxhere.com/en/photo/960558 Creative Commons CC0
Creative commons for educators and librarians (Creative Commons, Comp.) [PDF]. (2020). Unit 3: Anatomy of a CC license. pp. 39 - 60.
Creative commons for educators and librarians (Creative Commons, Comp.) [PDF]. (2020). Unit 4: Using CC Licenses and CC-Licensed Works. pp. 61- 89.