Looking for more sources of audio/visual material in #publicdomain or #CreativeCommons or licenses giving similar freedom for creative (re)use.
Other than the 'classics' wikimedia, archive.org, ccsearch, openclipart, gutenberg.org, librivox, freemusicarchive, fontlibrary, freesound
Retoot to write a list together!
For the #OpenDesignCourse for refugees, starting on Monday.
I forgot Openstreetmap..
That's a domain I know very little of..
A more ambiguous source is thingiverse. Ambiguous in the sense that anything goes? And the ownership of thingiverse itself .
@wendy Global Voices is a pretty awesome project who make their content available with CC-BY. It’s also pretty relevant for refugee communities I think?
“Global Voices is an international and multilingual community of bloggers, journalists, translators, academics, and human rights activists. Together, we leverage the power of the internet to build understanding across borders.”
@gemlog Great! Nice specific focus.
@wendy I've been collection Open Access sources for some time. https://libguides.southernct.edu/openaccess/avimages
Note: these are open access, not necessarily PD, CC, etc., but many are. Some have more restrictive "educational" licenses. (And I haven't updated the pages for a bit, so there are probably some dead/moved links, too.)
@delibrarian hey, thanks this is a very nice list. Lots of sources I did not know!
And reminders of nice projects I forgot (musopen gives interesting discussions)
@Blort Interesting! Thanks😊
@GuerillaOntologist it's in !
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