(This seems like a long post, but it is about one of the most important experiences I’ve had in a classroom in a long while.) As a part of a project in which students are writing poems to be included
Here’s another good site for “copyleft” video: The Open Video Project. Some of the video is from NASA and other government sources, but the site is much better organized and easier to search than most government sites.
As a part of the fun I’m having contributing to Wikijunior (part of Wikibooks, offering free, open content textbooks), I’ve taken an animal alphabet book there and made video and ebook versions of it. They’re available for viewing and download
Every day, I am becoming a bigger advocate for copyleft licensing options for content. Copyleft licenses lets the creator maintain ownership (and copyright), while allowing others to share the content under terms specified by the creator. If you are looking