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SECNDED 426: Methods of Teaching English and Language Arts: Finding Videos/Images/Sound
Films on Demand is a streaming video library offering access to over 38,000 titles covering a wide range of academic subjects. Content includes documentaries, lectures, instructional/curricular videos, and historical primary source videos.
Partial funding provided by UW System Shared Electronic Collection.
Videos on YouTube are NOT by default freely available for your use. To get to the creative commons licensed videos, 1. search for a video 2. click the "Filters" dropdown menu at the top of the results list 3. select "Creative Commons."
Images, videos, and music found using Google are NOT automatically available for you to freely use. To get to the images that have a Creative Commons license, narrow your Advanced Image Search results by "usage rights" by clicking on "not filtered by license" and changing that to one of the other available options."
Search freely available resources you can use in your university papers and projects, such as photographs, songs to use and remix (royalty-free), and more.
Pay attention to which of the copyright licenses apply to the photo, audio file, etc. you want to use. This will tell how you can use it and how you should attribute it. You will still need to cite it in your paper or project.