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Looking for images, audio, video and other content that are freely available on the web to use without having to worry about copyright infringements? Or looking to share your own content with the world? Content that is licenced under Creative Commons is what you need. TED videos, most Power Point presentations on Slideshare,  images on Flickr Creative Commons and some videos on Youtube carry the cc mark!  Wikimedia Commons offers a database of 12,073,599 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute. Other sites that offer free images for you to use include Free Stock Photos and Kozzie Images.

Larry Ferlazzo is a high school teacher who tried to clarify his own thinking around copyright and what he and his students can and can't do with "stuff" they find on the web. Having reached out to his professional educator network on Twitter, he was able to summarise some of the most helpful sites on the subject of copyright. Read more here.

  • Michelle Van Gelder

    Posted at 2012-04-10 14:03:24

    This was very useful indeed. Will definately incorporate in the Info Literacy workshop.

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  • Michelle Van Gelder

    Posted at 2012-04-10 14:02:32

    This was very useful indeed. Will definately incorporate in the Info Literacy workshop.

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  • Anne Whaits

    Posted at 2012-02-20 15:21:38

    Glad it proved to be of some help to you Sonja. Thanks for the feedback.

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  • Sonja Sharp

    Posted at 2012-02-20 11:31:23

    I think this article is great for researching images and videos. I, personally, found this to be of great assistance to me.

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