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50 ways to tell a story
In this workshop/website you will: Design a basic story concept that can be created in a web 2.0 tool using images, audio, and/or video; Locate appropriately licensed media to use in your story; Create the story quickly using one of 50+ different web tools that are free to use.
Creative Commons and Royalty-Free Media
10 Websites with Free Stock Video Footage
Free royalty free stock footage is hard to find but we have compiled a list of some of the better sites that are offering a selection of video clips available for download and use in personal and commercial projects.
Locate the visual inspiration you need. Super fast!
Images with no known copyright restrictions from various cultural heritage institutions
Morguefile is a free photo archive “for creatives, by creatives.”
Free, public domain clip art.
Photos for Class
Search now to download properly attributed, Creative Commons photos for school!
Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under Creative Commons CC0, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist - even for commercial purposes.
Video Assets from Camtasia
Royalty-free elements to enhance your videos in Camtasia
Copyright and Fair Use
Best Practices in Fair Use
This Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use makes clear what documentary filmmakers currently regard as reasonable application of the copyright “fair use” doctrine.
Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education
This document is a code of best practices that helps educators using media literacy
concepts and techniques to interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use.
Copyright And Fair Use Explained By A Lawyer - CL-IPs #1
CL-IPs is an educational YouTube series made by the law firm Mayer Brown International. The goal of the series is to help online content producers understand legal issues in the field of intellectual property and technology.
Copyright Decision Tool
The Copyright Decision Tool helps teachers decide whether "fair dealing" permits classroom use of print materials, artistic works, or audiovisual materials without first getting copyright permission. The tool helps teachers determine whether a specific intended classroom use is allowed by the Fair Dealing Guidelines.
What Is Fair Use?
A resources on Fair Use from Stanford University.