Please read What is Creative Commons licensing?
- pxhere is a site listing free stock images and copyright free resources
- Flickr Creative Commons Images
- Virtual Picture Album is a computer archive of digitized photographs and drawings, accompanied by useful descriptions and suggestions for ways to incorporate these pictures into various in-class and out-of-class activities. There is even a small collection of sample exercises using pictures from the VPA, which you can use as is or modify for your own purposes.
- EduPic is a teacher designed free image resource for teachers.
- Wylio offers free image searching. You are limited to 5 pictures a month for the free version.
- NASA ImagesOpen Photo is a high-quality photo sharing platform created in 1998. OpenPhoto contributors offer their images for free under terms of Creative Commons licensing.
- Wikimedia has public domain and “freely-licensed" media files.
Music, Audio & Sounds
- Kevin Macleod great movie music that’s easily searchable by mood and style.How to give him credit for his music.
- Purple Planet
- YouTube Audio Library
- Dig CC Mixer is devoted to helping you find that great music, all of which is liberally licensed under a Creative Commons license so you already have permission to use this music in your video, podcast, school project, personal music player, or where ever… We even have several 1,000 tracks that already have permission to use in commercial projects for free.
- Archive.org is an online public library of live recordings available for royalty-free, no-cost public downloads. They only host material by trade-friendly artists: those who like the idea of noncommercial distribution of some or all of their live material.
- Dano Songs
- Virtual Audio-Video Archive offers free sound and audio that can be used for educational purposes.
- Absolute Sound Effects Archive
- Free Sound Project
- Freesound -offers creative commons licensing.
Movies & Video
- Archive.org (search for moving images)
- Public Domain Flicks
- NASA Images contains everything from classic photos to educational programming and HD video, and is growing all the time as we continue to gain both new and archived media from all of NASA's centers. We hope to promote education and facilitate scholarship in the math and sciences at all levels, and to build general interest and excitement around space exploration, aeronautics, and astronomy.