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Creative Commons
Much of what you’ll find below is licensed under Creative Commons (CC). Learn more about this sharing system at their main site.
Rushton’s tutorials on CC
I made four short videos to help people learn what Creative Commons is, they types of licenses, how to cite media licensed this way, and how to use the CC Search page.

Audio viri

SpeakPipe Voice Recorder
Free tool to record up to five minutes, creating link and download. No account needed.
Record your voice, create music from loops. Strong free version.
YouTube’s Audio Library
Find lots of material one can use for videos for YouTube, including many famous classical pieces.
This is the impressive work of Kevin MacLeod, who makes material available for free, as long as you cite your source (it’s Creative Commons-licensed). To get an idea of how fun this guy is, check out his ragtime-ish piece, Onion Capers.
Somewhat like Incompetech, this is the work of one person, Jason Shaw, who releases what he does under CC by 3.0.
Here’s another site from one artist, a French composer named Benjamin Tissot. He allows anyone to use the music for video and website projects, but not for podcasts or remixes.
This is a community of audio artists, and one can use a variety of filters to find the right piece for your project. There are several licenses, all of which students can use, and these, too, can be part of your filtering.
National Jukebox from the Library of Congress
The LOC makes historical sound recordings available for free from this page.
This site is a library of thousands of sounds created and contributed by a community.
Partners in Rhyme sound effects
Note that the left side of this page has free effects to download, not the right side.
Twisted Wave
This browser-based audio editor also has an iOS app.

Slike s CC licenco

CC Search from Creative Commons
Use this site to find images (and more) you can legally use in media you post online. The Flick offerings can be especially good.
Grabbing Copyright-Friendly Images
This is a two-page guide on grabbing, using, and citing images for videos posted to NextVista.org.
The Two-Slide Presentatioin
Feel free to copy this presentation to help students learn to cite CC-licensed material. It will prompt you to make a copy when you click on the link.
These are some of the best photographs you’ll find online. While these images are ones you can legally use without citing the source, all educators should do so to model the practice for their students. Here is the Unsplash license info.
Like Unsplash, this is a collection of very good images that you can use for free. Here are their license requirements.
Photos for Class
You can find Creative Commons-licensed images and download them with a citation built into the image. Handy for younger students, though some might worry that for older students this is a bit of a crutch and doesn’t help them develop their citation skills.
Photo Pin
Great collection of beautiful images, but note that the “sponsored” ones above the dotted line on the results page are not free.
Wikimedia Commons
All images in this collection are copyright-friendly. There is a good selection of historical photos.
Shackelton’s Journey
This short video is an example of a history project using Wikimedia Commons images.
Wellcome Images
The UK’s Wellcome Library offers this collection with strong offerings related to medicine and science.
TinEye Labs Multicolr Search
Find Creative Commons-licensed images by color, or even with controllable levels of multiple colors.

Urejanje slik

Wonderful app for mobile devices with editing tools and filters.
Snapseed for Android
Snapseed for iOS
Snapseed Help Center
Instructions for use, troubleshooting, and FAQx.
Sumopaint is like a free, online version of Photoshop, including work with layers.
This online tool is more for fun editing, as if one were in a photo booth.
Psyko Paint
This site allows for simple exercises in artistic creativity with images.
Find fun filters and effects on this older site.

Video in zajem zaslona

Next Vista for Learning
Our favorite site for videos celebrating creativity in learning. Cool contests, too. We may be a bit biased, here.
Adobe Spark
Crazy-easy tool for creating simple videos from images, icons, and clips.
Create multi-track videos using this online editor. Free and premium versions.
Sock Puppets
Easy iPad app for creating a puppet show with chosen puppets and your narration.
Use this tool to create cool introductions for your videos, though free version is very limited.
Nice choice as an extension for Chrome for doing screencasts.
This online tool allows for creating a screencast without having to download software.
Clip Converter
Like KeepVid, this tool allows you to download a video from a number of major online video sites.
The big kahuna of video sites, it now includes a video editor (log in, go to Video Manager, and it’s on the left).
Internet Archive Stock Footage
You can find Creative Commons-licensed stock footage at this page at Archive.org.
Sample Video Evaluation Form
Created using Google Forms. Let us know if you’d like a copy made for you.


Google Slides
Google Drive’s presentation tool – great for collaborating and sharing online.
If PowerPoint is about slides, Prezi is about using a canvas. Find help videos and plenty of presentations done by others you can see and adapt.
Next Vista Careers Collection
Try this very simple Prezi telling about our careers videos as a way to see what it’s like.
Create multimedia posters with this free, online tool.
On this site you can upload, explore, and share presentations.
Pete’s Power Point Station
This older site contains loads of free presentations for teachers and students.

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