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Even though an image, video, or audio file is available with a Creative Commons license, you still have to attribute it with the appropriate information.
This portion of a larger infographic, by Foter, helps to explain how to properly attribute such works.
Below is a non-exhaustive list of websites that provide access to Creative Commons licensed media, including images, film, audio clips, and more.
Finding Creative Commons licensed works on YouTube is fairly easy. Follow the process outlined below.
Although it might be a bit more difficult to find openly licensed articles, it's not impossible. The OAButton (Open Access button) is an extension that one can add to their internet browser that allows for the potential of retrieving Open Access copies of materials.
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Except where otherwise noted, content in these research guides is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.