After searching, click the "Any License" dropdown, and choose "All Creative Commons"
All images and videos on Pixabay are released free of copyrights under Creative Commons CC0. You may download, modify, distribute, and use them royalty free for anything you like, even in commercial applications. Attribution is not required.
Search sites such Europeana, Jamendo, Pixabay, Flickr, and others.
A collection of more than 37 million freely usable media files.
Under "Usage Rights" search field, choose desired image filter (e.g. "free to use and share").
Look for images with a "CC0" tag.
Do you have more questions about open access publishing? Check out these resources:
What is Open Access?
UC Berkeley guide on open access
Open Access Publishing Cornell University's guide
Why open access? SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) explanation of why open access matters.
UC Open Access policies Understand the open access publishing policies at campuses within the UC system.
UC Berkeley Library eagerly acquires, subscribes to, and catalogs open access books, articles, and other media--helping reduce course content expenses for students. Searching our Library catalog will yield thousands upon thousands of books and materials that are openly available--often based on our subscription to or participation in a number of open access endeavors, such as:
The University of California also supports open access academic publishing and offers open eBooks online through:
We are committed to and actively pursuing efforts to greatly expand the corpus of open access content in our collections, and welcome your feedback and suggestions.
What if the material you wish to post to bCourses isn't free & open, but instead is protected by copyright? We've got you covered!
Our guide Copyright & bCourses for Course Instructors helps you answer the question: "Can I post this content to my bCourse site?"