Multimedia to Use and Share

Images, Ebooks, Audiobooks, Clipart, and Videos You Can Use!

While students may legally use copyrighted materials by following the guidelines of fair use, it is always preferable to use public domain or creative commons licensed materials when available. (Click on highlighted terms for more information.)

Below are websites that include materials that are in the public domain (that is, have no copyright), or have creative commons licenses (that is, their owners/creators are willing to share them). Many of the sites are from the U.S. government. These are useful because most government-created materials are in the public domain.


You MUST credit your source, even if the material is not copyrighted. (Exception: it is not always necessary to credit free clipart sources. Read licensing agreements carefully. If in doubt, ask your teacher or librarian.)

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