|Station & Studio Guides|
|Web & Photography|
|3D and VR|
Sources for Free Media
Images in the public domain for which there is no fee or licensing:
Available to the Rice Community via Artstor, a database that Fondren library subscribes to
Rice specific images
you can also use media from the following sites as long as you attribute to the original source. For instance, put “photos - courtesy of Rice University” in the credits of your video.
Examples of Successful Fair Use http://cmsimpact.org/resource/examples-of-successful-fair-use-in-documentary-film/
Attribution Best Practices http://guides.lib.uci.edu/art/art_attribution
How to Spot Fake Stock Photos (and Attribute the Right Person) https://www.howtogeek.com/329357/how-to-spot-fake-stock-photos-and-attribute-the-right-person/
Please watch our video tutorials on YouTube for how to properly use DMC equipment.
If you are a Texas resident, you can get a HPL （Houston Public Library) card and then access lynda.com without any cost starting 02/2016.
Description: Lynda.com provides nearly 5000 video courses on software, technology, coding, arts, design, and business skills. It is similar to YouTube videos or MOOCs without the interactive component.
Sign-Up Instructions: Houston, We Have Lynda! Get started here https://www.lynda.com/portal/sip?org=houstonlibrary.org.
Advanced Use Instructions: Lynda.com: Creating and Editing Playlists