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Looking for more sources of audio/visual material in or 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 for refugees, starting on Monday.

@wendy opengameart.org has some interesting content too #gamedev #licence #libre

@wendy @Olm_e That search engine is actually searching flickr for all cc images. The link I sent allows you to search digitized collections from museums and libraries specifically. Usually of higher quality.

@rra @Olm_e aha, very good.
Other entry point.

Wikimedia/pedia slurps all of these cc licenses imaged in and integrates them. I will try to look at the mechanisms..

@Olm_e cool!
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.”

https://globalvoices.org/about/global-voices-attribution-policy/

@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)

@wendy omg, I can't believe none mentioned the amazing http://unsplash.com - beautiful stuck images, all #cc0 licensed...

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