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ENGL 1030: Composition & Rhetoric
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ENGL 1030: Composition & Rhetoric: Multimedia Projects
This guide will help students enrolled in ENGL 1030 find resources to complete the major assignments
Research Proposal Help
Finding Scholarly Sources
Visual Texts Resources - Assignment 1 Help
Artstor Digital Library
more than 2.4 million images of architecture, painting, sculpture, photography, photojournalism, decorative arts, design, and visual culture
On the results page, hit "Search tools", then change "Usage rights" to "Labeled for noncommercial reuse"
Art Full Text
Art, architecture, art history, graphic arts, photography, motion pictures, and related fields; 1984-present
Visual Rhetoric Resources - Assignment 1 Help
Cara A. Finnegan; Lester C. Olson; Diane S. Hope
Call Number: P93.5 .V568 2008
Publication Date: 2008
Charles Kostelnick; Michael Hassett
Call Number: P93.5 .K67 2003
Publication Date: 2003
Handbook of Visual Communication
Kenneth L. Smith; Sandra Moriarty; Gretchen Barbatsit; Keith Kenney
Call Number: P93.5 .H363 2005
Publication Date: 2004
Directions on when and how to ethically use copyrighted material.
Finding Image Assets - Assignment 5 Help
Library of Congress
These images are in the Public Domain.
These images that have been put in Creative Commons and the creators have specified how their work can be used. Look at the license type and what it says.
Look at the license type for what the creators have specified you can do with their work.
Searchable resource for images, sound, and videos where creators have specified how their works can be used.
This is a public-domain picture repository.
These high-resolution photos are in the public domain.
This repository includes artworks and images from Europe's galleries and museums.
Has more than 83,000 images of varied quality; formerly Open Clip Art Library
Finding Sound Assets - Assignment 5 Help
Search for sound effects. Check the license type to see how the creators have specified their works can be used.
Search for sound effects to use. These audio files are in the Public Domain.
Search for music to use. Music is free to use in "a school project that does not generate revenue and is not broadcast outside the classroom or off-campus in any way."
Find music that creators have already given their permission for you to use.
Search for music to use and be sure to check out the license type for permission.
Search for music to use. Explore the license types.
Search for music that has been made available to students.
Search the Creative Commons for music to use. Look at the license type before you use.
Finding Video Assets - Assignment 5 Help
Go to Filter and select Creative Commons
Searchable database of open-access works you can, according to their tag line, "share, use, and remix" with proper attribution
Vimeo - Creative Commons
Browse videos licensed for reuse and learn about permission types
freely-usable media files; you can contribute
These objects are in the Public Domain
Vimeo Creative Commons
Look for videos that have the creative commons license.
Technology & Spaces at Cooper - Assignment 5 Resources
Adobe Digital Studio
Easily record video and audio in Cooper Library! Please note: the Audio and Video Production Studios must be reserved online at least 24 hours in advance.
Software and Training
Adobe Creative Cloud
Follow the instructions from CCIT's software page to download and begin using the full Creative Suite
CCIT Software Downloads
A list of all software available from CCIT
CCIT Software Training
Calendar for software training from CCIT; check back to see updates and added courses
Descriptions of Cooper Library computers (hardware & software)
Open source audio editing software
WikiHow – Creating a podcast
A how-to for using the Audacity software
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Help with Choosing a License
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Obtaining a Creative Commons License for Your Work
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