When creating learning and teaching materials, copyright regulations must be taken into account. Open content licenses allow the use of copyright-protected creative services more freely and under simplified conditions. Find out more about where to find such services and how they can be used.
Free photos, audios and videos
High-quality photo, audio or video files can be found on the following websites. Please take into account the copyright notices cited by the authors (e.g. naming).
Free software has become a powerful alternative to paid services, for example the following applications for media creation and processing.
Creating free materials
Open Educational Resources (OER) – i.e. free learning and teaching materials with an open license (such as Creative Commons or GNU General Public License) – play an important role in internet-based knowledge transfer in university education. Authors hope for a greater degree of dissemination of their content and an educational world in which every human being worldwide has access to a globally aggregated knowledge base.
If you also want to create open educational resources, you are welcome to make use of the advisory services offered by the E-Learning Centre. In addition to impulses for media didactics, we are also happy to support you in the technical implementation of your project.