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Using Multimedia Legally: A Guide to Finding and Using Multimedia in Digital Projects: Resources for Finding Media

This guide provides a brief overview of how to find and locate multimedia for projects that can be used legally in educational class projects.

Image Resources

Video Content

As long as your are embedding video content (so your viewers can easily get back to the original source and your aren't copying, modifying and uploading someone else's content yourself, you can safely use sites like YouTube and Vimeo to bring in video clips to your project.

If you want to upload clips to Google Drive and embed them from there, make sure that they are your own uniquely created content or content that you have permission edit (ie "create derivative works").  Both YouTube and Vimeo allow you to filter down to videos that have Creative Commons licenses.  Another place to look for this is:

Audio Resources