Xpert Attribution is a new tool from the University of Nottingham that can help you credit your sources when using images, audio and video.
Much attention has been focused on citation and plagiarism advice about the correct use of textual material, but it is increasingly important to do the same when working with other types of media.
The tool searches open media (images, sound and video) from Flickr and Wikimedia and aims to automatically attribute the appropriate license.
Find out more about how to find, evaluate and use images, audio and video in this series of Virtual Training Suite tutorials produced in partnership with JISC Digital Media.
Internet for audio resources
Internet for image searching
Internet for video & moving images
Here is a round-up of news items about information literacy, e-learning and the Virtual Training Suite as picked out by @VTStutorials on Twitter.
- RT @jiscdigital Our 10th and final document in our latest series of advice is using multimedia in a PDF
- RT @AJCann: Literature review of the use of Web 2.0 tools in Higher Education
- why not celebrate National Poetry day by finding out more about the Internet for English
- A Comment on Comments
“…designing for social interaction is not just a matter of slapping comments on everything…”
- Despite Rumors, MIT OpenCourseWare Insists “No Paywall” rww.to/cS1IcW via @RWW but costs $3.7 million a year to run
- Looking back on FOTE10
- RT: @mattlingard: Watching @daveowhite #altc2010 talk
on online distance learning
- Learn the mechanics of blogging with WordPress at
- RT: @JSTOR: Searching For Better Research Habits. Teaching conceptual rather than technical approaches to search skills.
- academic video aggregator @uchannel
to cease operation in Nov. enjoy the archive while you still can
- Good or bad language
- RT @jiscdigital Today sees the launch of the first of 10 new JISC Digital Media advice docs starting with an Introduction to e-Learning