Media

Images

Unsplash – Over 2 million free high-resolution images brought to you by the world’s most generous community of photographers.

Public Domain Review – Founded in 2011, The Public Domain Review is an online journal and not-for-profit project dedicated to the exploration of curious and compelling works from the history of art, literature, and ideas.

Openverse – a tool that allows openly licensed and public domain works to be discovered and used by everyone. WordPress acquired and now manages this Creative Commons resource. Creative Commons is the nonprofit behind the maker of the CC licenses, used over 1.4 billion times to help creators share knowledge and creativity online.

Wikimedia Commons – a tool that makes it easy to reuse images from Wikipedia. Also check out the attribution generator so that you can properly attribute the source.

Audio

Audacity – It’s an audio file editor.
The Audacity Manual
Editing Audio with Audacity

Oral History in the Digital Age – A fantastic resource for both audio and video projects. While the title refers to Oral History, there are tons of articles on get started working with, and best practices for digital audio or video. Start with the article/video on Achieving Good Audio Recording Levels.

digCCMixter.org – Free Music for Commercial Projects, where “you already have permission” to use music for your YouTube videos and other creations.

Free Music Archive – The FMA is back! While it doesn’t currently offer the creation of accounts for bookmarking and curating collections as before, you can still search for Creative Commons music for your projects. Also take a look at the FAQ for Educators to see how you can legally use the music for free.

Incompetech – Royalty free music

YouTube Audio Library – Obviously to use on YouTube

Video

Video Production Process – UNF Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT) resources for video production.

Putting Your Best Self Forward: 6 Keys For Filming Quality Videos – An article designed to help faculty to create better videos, but helpful for students as well.

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