I will be working on an interesting multimedia presentation and I was wondering if anyone knows of some copyright friendly sites that would allow students to download educational videos in order to incorporate parts of the video into MovieMaker. We can't access Youtube in our district, so that is not an option.

Thanks so much,


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Comment by Cathy Nelson on July 18, 2007 at 6:49am
Some material in United Streaming is marked as "editable." Check in that resource if you have access.
Comment by Laurie Sullivan on July 19, 2007 at 8:44am
Opps, I hit enter and I guess the post I was writing here disappeared.
Anyway, I was also going to recommend United Streaming. You can try a 30 day free trial. My district has a subscription and I use it all the time. They also offer webinars, such as how to use editable clips in multimedia presentations. You can not put the presentation on the Internet, unless you have it stream (I was just reading about this today).
Comment by Simon Brown on September 21, 2007 at 3:04pm
Hi Chris, Australian Screen has an education page with clips that could be used for this purpose at http://australianscreen.com.au/ The film clips are free to use for educational purposes, but perhaps you should contact them and discuss your intent.
Comment by Holly Rae Bemis-Schurtz on January 10, 2008 at 11:16am
Hi Chris! It's so cool to be in here and see you. Here's a few links I got from creativecommons.org/video.

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