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Friday, September 26, 2014

Royalty Free Music

I have relied heavily on FreeTech4Teachers for this blog entry:

We had a discussion at our recent Pilot teacher's meeting about plagiarism, creative commons and image use.  Many of us just grab images from Google when we need them and I'm as guilty as anyone else, because it's so easy to do.  But we do need to teach our kids digital citizenship and inform them of the proper way to do things so when their YouTube video goes viral it's not slapped down.  Here are some of the resources we looked at for royalty free images:

Another resource many kids will be looking for as they start to create more and more videos is royalty free music.  A great site for that is RoyaltyFreeMusic.com.  Much of their content is paid, but teachers and students can access more of it for free (look for their education site from the main page).  Here's a blurb from their site:

Royaltyfreemusic.com offers a variety of FREE high-quality royalty-free items, including royalty-free stock footage, royalty-free sound effects, royalty-free clip art, royalty-free images, royalty-free photos, and of course, royalty-free stock music.

A few other sites for sound effects and music include:

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