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Copyright Free Images & Sounds

Copyright-Free Images, Music, & Sounds

Just because an image or song is on the internet does not necessarily mean it is yours for the taking. Photographers, artists, and musicians own the products they make. One should either ask them permission to use their work or pay them to use it. Fortunately, there are many websites available with copyright-free materials that you can use in your projects. Here are a few:

A logo which reads, "Pics4Learning. Free, copyright-friendly images for education"Pics4Learning is a curated image library that is safe and free for education. It has 30,000+ copy-right free images.

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logo with a camera and the word "pixabay"The Pixabay website has copyright-free images, videos, and music.  Be careful of the row of "sponsored images" that show up at the top of the search results; they want you to pay for them!

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Abstract icon of a camera and the word, "Unsplash"The two million+  images on Unsplash have been donated by photographers and artists. They are totally copyright-free.

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Green letter "P" and the work "Pexels"
Pexels provides a million+ copy-right free images and videos. 

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words "Google, Bing, Yahoo!"You can find copyright-free images on commercial search engines. Use the link below for a short instruction video.

The different free image websites will produce different results. It is worth searching on more than one site for a good image.