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Phil Taylor

Legal Music For Videos - Creative Commons - 8 views

  • Most importantly, you need to use music that is not licensed under a No Derivative Works license. This means that the musician doesn’t want you to change, transform, or make a derivative work using their music. Under CC licenses, synching the music to images amounts to transforming the music, so you can’t legally use a song under a CC No Derivative Works license in your video.
John Evans

An Intellectual Property Primer for Online Instructors - 3 views

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    According to copyright laws in the U.S.
Rob McDonald

flickrCC - 0 views

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    Great pictures
Sheri Oberman

Fotopedia - 0 views

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    If you need an image for a presentation, blog, or article, try searching Fotopedia. If you have some photographs to contribute, add them to the common data-base. Students could take photos to contribute to categories like assessment, exams etc.
John Evans

Media Education Lab: University-community partnership for media literacy under the dire... - 0 views

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    Lesson Plans: Teaching about Copyright and Fair Use for Media Literacy Education from Temple University
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