Google announced that YouTube has a new feature that allows you to change the licensing of your videos to Creative Commons to allow others to reuse your videos.
You can also now search for Creative Common videos and use them to create new videos in the video editor or just use them in your classroom. There are over 10,000 videos already listed as Creative Commons licensing, and there will be more as more users change over.
To find Creative Commons videos on YouTube, click "Filter and Explore" after your search and click on "Creative Commons" or add "creativecommons" to your search query.
This is great for educators, who, for the most part, don't want to infringe on any copyright issues when using things in their classroom.
Source: Google Operating System Blog
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