This site is intended to help faculty, students and others find sources of free or inexpensive digital media content, including images, audio, and video, and discusses issues related to the use and reuse of digital media content. Digital media content is used in many ways, such as in websites, blogs, videos, classroom and conference presentations, and both online and print publications.
This site provides links to sources of digital media, and links to discussions of issues such as copyright, fair use, public domain, and Creative Commons. Before you reuse any content, it is critically important for you to be sure you have obtained any required permissions and paid any required fees for the use of any media content that you want to use.
IMPORTANT: THIS SITE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. IT DOES NOT CONTAIN LEGAL ADVICE. IF YOU WISH TO REUSE DIGITAL CONTENT, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE THAT YOU HAVE FOLLOWED ALL LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR USING THE CONTENT.
This site includes the following pages:
This page (Blog page) presents an overview of this site.
Digital Media Sources provides links to sources of digital media objects.
Concepts and Information presents links to information and concepts related to copyright, fair use, and Creative Commons.
About briefly describes the purpose, intended audience, and contact information for this site.
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