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Digital Storytelling

Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling

Copyright

Encourage your students to use digital cameras and camcorders to shoot their own pictures and video, create their own charts and graphs with software such as Microsoft Excel, search for copy-right-free music on the web rather than use commercial songs, and in general, think about how to create a digital story that uses as many copyright-free materials as possible.

You can find more information about copyright and educational fair use at the following websites:

Using Images and Sound

Copyright Friendly Sites

Music:

Legal Music For Videos - Creative Commons

Images:

Flickr Creative Commons

Wikimedia Commons

Creative Commons Search

Fonts:

Dafont 100 free fonts

Copyright Friendly Icons and Clipart:

Find Icons

Clkr (public domain clipart)

Open Cipart Library

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