Creative work: Your own original work.
Fair Use: Ability to use a certain amount of someone else’s work without permission.
Copyright: A law giving credit and security to your own work.
Creative Commons: Organization that issues licenses or copyrights your own original work.
Public Domain: Something you can use because it no longer has a copyright. If the creator of the work that you want to use and has died over 70 years ago, their work is now open to the public. However, you still have to cite it.