Answered By: Shanna Pearson
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2017     Views: 127

Creative Commons (CC) content are creative works with a Creative Commons license – images, music and videos that are often easy for students to use in essays, websites, and presentations. What you can and cannot do with the work is communicated by simple symbols. Terms of use (such as the requirement to cite the work you are using) are also listed.

Some examples, frequented by students doing course assignments include:

IMAGES – FlickR Creative Commons

IMAGES – Google Creative Commons

MUSIC – Legal Music for Videos

MUSIC – CCMixter

VIDEO – Creative Commons Video

VIDEO – Youtube Creative Commons

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