Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Free and Legal Media to Use in Your Lessons

So often we just go to Google to find images for our lessons or powerpoints.  Often we are using these images which are copyright protected.  I also know it is nice to be able to send students to sites to search for images that they can use legally.  During the TIES conference I was in a presentation by Caitlin Cahill who is the Tech Integrationist at the Orono Public Schools.  She shared these links with me that give you access to creative commons:  images, clipart, and music which she allowed me to share with you.

Licensing Information

The following websites contain collections of media files that are licensed under creative commons or public domain, meaning they can be used by teachers and students; many also allow the files to be changed/remixed. Read the terms of use on each website for more information, and remember to cite the creator of any files you use.



Creative Commons License

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