Images and Video Use the resources below in your multimedia presentations, but be sure to cite the source and/or attribute the creator.met Find video and images for use in your in-school projects. Sign in using your Spackenkill account by going to google.discoveryeducation.com and log in with Google. Images Britannica ImageQuest - Todd Library has a subscription to Britannica ImageQuest. This database provides access to millions of images that can be reused without infringing on copyright. Citations and attribution information are provided for every image. Images can be downloaded to Google Drive and a folder, labeled ImageQuest, is automatically created in Drive. Creative Commons Search Digital Public Library of America Metropolitan Museum of Art - Filter on the left-hand side by "Public Domain Artwork". The New York Public Library Digital Collections Pics4Learning Wikimedia Commons Government Sources - Most images are in the public domain, but some are not. Read conditions of use!!! American Memory from the Library of Congress (Browse Collections Containing section) Center for Disease Control Images Library of Congress NASA images National Archives National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Photos USA Government Photos & Images Video Discovery Education - We have a school-wide subscription. Log in with your Spackenkill Google account. About Copyright Can I Use Someone Else's Work? Can someone else use mine? Copyright and Fair Use Overview To attribute the author to any images or videos you must: keep intact any copyright notices for the Work; credit the author, licensor and/or other parties (such as a wiki or journal) in the manner they specify; the title of the Work; and the URL for the work if provided. Examples from WikiHow: An Ideal Attribution This video features the song “Play Your Part (Pt.1)” by Girl Talk, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license. © 2008, Greg Gillis. A Realistic Attribution Photo by mollyali, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license. A Derivative Work Attribution This is a video adaptation of the novel Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike license. Copyright © 2003 Cory Doctorow. See Creative Commons for more information.