Copyright Free - Video

There are a number of websites that you can use when you want to include video in a task. By using these sites you will know that the material you find that is copyright free is ok to use for educational purposes.
 
The suggested websites are:
Clipcanvas : Small collection of royalty free videos. It contains videos of animals, people and environments.
 
National Film and Sound Archive :  Materials accessed from the digital learning resources page may be downloaded, displayed, printed and reproduced in an unaltered form and must retain all associated acknowledgments.
 
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image : Hosts a free digital image library. It contains both still and video images. You can also add your own images to the library to help the collection expand.
 
The Open Video Project : This site is run by an American university but it does come with this information from Associate's Mind " The purpose of the Open Video Project is to collect and make available a repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities. No copyright clearance has been obtained for audio or video elements in these productions. We encourage researchers to use the data under fair use for research purposes."  http://associatesmind.com/2012/04/09/how-to-find-public-domainroyalty-freecreative-commons-video/
 
Videvo :  The site is believed to be the largest online resource dedicated to HD stock footage and motion graphics. http://www.videvo.net/about/
 
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