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"Open Source Vs. Open Access. (Vs. Free)
An excellent explanation with Venn diagram from librarian Staff Hoffman
Creative Commons Licenses
Check out all the CC licensing options here! NOTE: All content on H5P.org is licensed as Attribution CC BY (the first option) by default! Be sure to fill out copyright info for any images or media you are using!
Public Domain Image Resources
You may have heard of Creative Commons or Pixabay, but there are LOTS of sources for public domain images! Be sure to doublecheck the copyright info on each site and for each individual image, if applicable. (Public domain means you are free to use the image without attribution or permission.)
Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States
From Cornell University Library's Copyright Information Center
NEW! Improved Copyright Handling in H5P
Scroll down to the last topic in this release note. You can now add copyright info for not only photos and video, but also text, questions, and other content types, as well as your entire H5P item.
Introduction to Interactive Web Content (H5P)
Main website for H5P. Includes examples of all content types, as well as training materials and documentation. Sign up for a free demo account here to get started creating H5P learning objects!
This fee-based site was recently launched by H5P based on users request for a fully hosted solution with LMS support and robust tracking options. May be of interest to school or academic libraries who want to use H5P for more formal instruction.
Academic Library Examples
H5P Library Projects
Click the green plus signs below to explore the Bentley Library (Northern Essex Community College)!
Get to know the MLS Consultant and Training Services team --
Match the CATS with their cats!