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Music, Video and Images for Projects and Productions: Licensed or Royalty Free Resources
Although many sites claim to offer music that is "royalty free," there can be hidden costs. Try to be sure that the track(s) you use are composed by the people that posted them. Look for a Creative Commons License that allows you to freely use, change and adapt material for non-commercial purposes.
Creative Commons licensed images that can be incorporated into academic projects. Check to make sure that the CC license to use the material matches your needs. Also be careful that the license is actually valid in the United States. Some content may be in the Public Domain in other countries, but not in the US.
ARTstor materials are licensed for inclusion in academic projects, presentations, and course websites that are restricted to the Bates community. You may not use ARTstor images for publication(s) without prior approval. You may not post images from Artstor on unrestricted websites.
Particularly strong in all areas of art, architecture, design, and illustration (including maps) but also featuring images relevant to the humanities and sciences.
Historic archive of public domain movies, films, ads, and videos. Everything from government training films to Night of the Living Dead. Many films are free to download. Also includes effects clips and electronically generated videos appropriate for video production backgrounds.
Contains thousands of digital movies uploaded by Archive users which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news broadcasts, to cartoons and concerts.
Includes collections of Videos and Animation. Like their image collections, Creative Commons licensed for incorporation into academic projects. Check to make sure that the CC license to use the material matches your needs. Also be careful that the license is actually valid in the United States. Some content may be in the Public Domain in other countries, but not in the US.