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The website Creative Commons Search offers a convenient way to search for content provided by independent organisations. You can limit to the type of resource you are searching for example YouTube or Google Images. Be aware that the results displayed may not always be under a CC license. You should always verify the CC license before using the content.
Image and Video Resources
The video below shows how to find creative commons videos on YouTube.
Finding and reusing OER
Need for a resource
Decide what you need and the format required. It could be an image, video, interactive, textbook, lecture slides, lesson plans or an assessment activity.
Use the different Creative Commons search tools and resources to find what you need. Check the CC license to see how you can use the resource.
If the CC license permits, edit the resource to suit your particular needs.
Reuse Use the resource in your learning materials. Don't forget to add attribution.
Share Share the resource with others. Include the resource on OER repositories.