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Module 3: Creating and Building

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Module 3:
Creating and Building

Finding Content
The old way:

1) go to www.google.com
2) enter your search term (e.g. "cat")
3) click on the images tab
4) PROFIT!
Evangelist Doug Sehorne Uses 'Modern Family' Photo On Cover Of Fundamentalist Ebook; Hilarity Ensues
Fundamental Evangelist Doug Sehorne got a nasty shock when he realized that the image he had chosen for the cover of his e-book, "Bible Principles of Child Discipline from the Book of Proverbs)," was in fact a picture of a famous family from a "wicked TV show involving a gay couple!" according to his Facebook page.

(from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/15/dough-sehorne-modern-family-ebook_n_3762592.html)
Keep yourself out of trouble!
CC: Images
CC: Videos
1) go to http://search.creativecommons.org/ (or go directly to http://www.youtube.com)
2) enter a search term (e.g. "white cat")
3) select which database you want to search
(YouTube is a great database for videos)
4) You can add more filters if necessary
5) Select a video and locate the cc license info by clicking on 'About' and then 'Show more'
CC: Sound Files
1) go to http://search.creativecommons.org/ (or go directly to http://dig.ccmixter.org/)
2) enter a search term (e.g. "jazz cat")
3) select which database you want to search
(ccmixter is a great database for sound files)
4) Clicking on 'Details' will bring up all of the relevant cc licensing information for the selected file
So what?
What are the problems that arise from using this method to search for content?

* No context
* No attribution
* No idea of the author's original intent for the image
* Possible legal repercussions
1) go to http://search.creativecommons.org/ (or go directly to http://www.flickr.com)
2) enter a search term (e.g. "white cat")
3) select which database you want to search
(Flickr is a great database for images)
4) Click on 'Advanced Search' to further narrow your search
click on the 3 dots icon to find the full cc license info, and to download the image/grab the html code
Click on 'share' to explore the various options of how to include this video in your blog/prezi/whatever
More information on downloading CC licensed music/sound files can be found here:
https://open.abc.net.au/posts/how-to-find-music-for-your-videos-00tm7gf

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/14-websites-to-find-free-creative-commons-music/
Things to consider
You can search the creative commons website OR search these databases directly

There is a world of free content to explore, so why risk it!
Find me on Twitter @rebeccagoodway or email me at rluke@uow.edu.au

Go to:
http://www.flickr.com/commons/usage/


From here you can explore a wealth of images that don't have
ANY COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS!
Use either PUBLIC DOMAIN or CREATIVE COMMONS images/videos/sound files/whatever.

PUBLIC DOMAIN: "A work of authorship is in the “public domain” if it is no longer under copyright protection or if it failed to meet the requirements for copyright protection. Works in the public domain may be used freely without the permission of the former copyright owner." (from copyright.gov)

The link below provides a general guide as to how to do this:

http://guides.library.harvard.edu/finding_images
What are my options?
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