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This guide was first created in 2020 to support our Researcher Unbound Workshop "Finding and Using Free Media for your Digital Projects".
We hope it is helpful in your assignments or projects.
It might also be useful if you are designing blended learning courses (see CIT's page on Blended Learning 2.0).
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For more information or feedback pertaining to copyright education and awareness, please contact the Copyright, Agreements and other Legal Matters (CALM) team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requests for legal advice will be escalated to the Office of Legal Affairs.
You can watch these videos to gain a brief understanding of finding free content and copyright.
1. Finding Openly Available Content
2. 6 Things About Copyright
For a comprehensive overview of copyright relating to teaching, learning and research, please view our one-stop guide here.