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Technology and 21st Century Skills/ Free Graphics, Audio, and Video for Education

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Just because it’s on the internet doesn’t mean it’s free! In this interactive webinar, you’ll learn where to find media while respecting creators’ copyright. We’ll go over the basics of “Creative Commons” licenses and what it means when something is “open”. You’ll learn how to use Google Images and other sources to find open and openly licensed images. Come and learn how the basics of media may be reused, adapted, and legal while feeling guilt-free!

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Technology and 21st Century Skills/ Free Graphics, Audio, and Video for Education

  1. 1. Free Graphics, Audio, and Video for Education TECHNOLOGY AND 21ST CENTURY SKILLS This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. What we’ll cover… 1. Where to find free graphics, audio, and video to use in teaching 2. How to properly reuse the free stuff you find
  3. 3. POLL: Google Images
  4. 4. Technology and 21st Century Skills Navigating copyright is a 21st century skill! Being an educator doesn’t automatically protect you and your reuses of copyrighted material.
  5. 5. Let’s talk copyright!
  6. 6. What is copyright?
  7. 7. Public Domain
  8. 8. Creative Commons
  9. 9. Creative Commons A Creative Commons license allows others to reuse a work without having to ask special permission. As the copyright-holder, you have the right to assign a Creative Commons license to your work!
  10. 10. Creative Commons Licenses
  11. 11. Free Graphics, Audio, and Video for Education TECHNOLOGY AND 21ST CENTURY SKILLS This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
  12. 12. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. (Download here: http://jlindsayoneill.com/technology-and-21st)
  13. 13. Creative Commons Licenses
  14. 14. POLL: Creative Commons
  15. 15. POLL: Creative Commons Yes, a Creative Commons license proactively gives you permission to reuse a copyrighted work. Yes, as a copyright holder, YOU can assign Creative Commons licenses to your work! If you reuse a CC BY-licensed work, you must attribute the creator.
  16. 16. Google Images: Usage Rights Not filtered by license Labeled for reuse with modification  Commercial and non-profit uses OK, and it’s OK to edit the image Labeled for reuse  Commercial and non-profit uses OK, but it’s not OK to edit the image Labeled for noncommercial reuse with modification  Not OK to use commercially, but OK for non-profit uses and OK to edit the image Labeled for noncommercial reuse  Not OK to use commercially, not OK to edit the image
  17. 17. Citation, please! Give credit where credit is due!
  18. 18. Citing CC-Licensed Works Credit the creator State the title of the work List the CC-license Link back to the source
  19. 19. Citing CC-Licensed Works Credit the creator: Flickr user James St. John State the title of the work: Diplodocus sauropod dinosaurs (Morrison Formation, Upper Jurassic; Mother's Day Site, Carbon County, southern Montana, USA) 2 List the CC-license: CC BY 3.0 Link back to the source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jsjgeology/15396161892
  20. 20. Citing CC-Licensed Works “Diplodocus sauropod dinosaurs (Morrison Formation, Upper Jurassic; Mother's Day Site, Carbon County, southern Montana, USA) 2,” by user James St. John. Used under CC BY 3.0, https://www.flickr.com/photos/jsjgeology/15396161892.
  21. 21. POLL: Fair Use Principle
  22. 22. Fair Use Principle Sometimes you can post or re-use copyrighted materials without paying the licensing fee. This requires your judgment. There are no hard and fast guidelines!
  23. 23. Fair Use Principle Criteria:  Purpose of use (e.g. educational, critical)  Nature of work (e.g. published, factual or fictional)  Amount of use (e.g. small quantity vs. whole work)  Effect of use (e.g. possible to license?, effect on sales)
  24. 24. Graphics and Video
  25. 25. Google.com: Google Images is a search service that indexes graphics from across the web. Many are copyrighted, though you can do an advanced search for free-to-use content.
  26. 26. Pixabay.org: Pixabay is a database of CC0/public domain graphics, photos, clipart, and videos.
  27. 27. flickr.com/creativecommons: Many Flickr users have chosen to offer their work under a Creative Commons license, and you can browse or search through this content.
  28. 28. Let’s Practice – Cite This Graphic
  29. 29. Sound and Music
  30. 30. freesound.org: Freesound is a collaborative database of Creative Commons Licensed sounds.
  31. 31. freemusicarchive.org: The Free Music Archive offers free downloads under Creative Commons and other licenses.
  32. 32. Let’s Practice – Cite This Sound
  33. 33. Navigating Copyright Safe: Using Creative Commons-licensed material under terms of license Using Public Domain works Linking externally to copyrighted resources Be Careful: Posting copyrighted materials to your password-protected course. NEVER post copyrighted materials outside of a password-protected course.
  34. 34. Get your device ready! We’re about to play a quiz game.
  35. 35. More Resources Visit the Instructional Design Toolkit for more free media: http://libraryguides.fullerton.edu/idtoolkit/media Slides: http://jlindsayoneill.com/technology-and-21st
  36. 36. Questions? Slides: http://jlindsayoneill.com/technology-and-21st
  37. 37. Slides: http://jlindsayoneill.com/technology-and-21st Before you go… 1. Navigate to Socrative.com 2. Click Student Login 3. Room Name: GOTITANS 4. Please give feedback

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