Below is the complete resource list for information related to digital scholarship, copyright, public domain, fair use, and digital media archives.
The below resources provide information on making your content ADA accessible.
The following list of resources provides information regarding copyright, fair use, and public domain laws. Please keep in mind that laws change quickly and that "legal information is not legal advice."
The following is a list of resources that provide free access to creative commons, public domain, and royalty-free photos, videos, or audio that can be used in digital projects. (Free music archives are listed below) However, when using this material please cite the source.
This list provides access to the most popular online audio and music archives that offer free audio clips, sound files, or music. These websites might require you to create an account. Students and instructors can use these websites to locate media for their digital projects, course assignments, or blended and online learning.
The following is a list of font and typeface collections that can be used to build digital projects - website, print design, multimedia design, film and video - course assignments, or with online or blended learning. The files can be downloaded and then installed on your personal computer or mobile device.
Linked in Learning is an online training library provided by Rowan University Libraries at no cost to Rowan employees and students. The system includes 24/7 online access to the entire library of over 16,000 training videos for learning subjects such as Adobe Photoshop, Excel, Coding, Canvas, and even many business topics.
The courses and tutorials can be viewed anywhere you have internet access and there are videos for all skill levels.
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