Sunday, November 10, 2013

Need songs for projects? Check out the YouTube Audio Library

Having students create videos and podcasts is a great way for them to demonstrate their understanding of a concept. Unfortunately, finding music tracks for these types of class projects can be tricky because you need to use songs that are not subject to some form of copyright. This becomes an even bigger problem if you want to share your project online, and it gets taken down by YouTube for copyright infringements.

To help with this issue, YouTube have just released a library of tunes that you can download freely and use in your multimedia projects. There are over 100 songs and melodies to start with from different genres and styles.

You can access the library at www.youtube.com/audiolibrary

This great tip was found at: http://www.whiteboardblog.co.uk/2013/09/youtube-launches-library-free-use-music/