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Links You’ll Love

I love stuff in the public domain – don’t you? ICYMI – the public domain means materials for which intellectual property rights don’t apply. In other words, it’s stuff you (and your students) can use in documents, videos, and other products. The New York Public Library has over 670,000 items that are in the public domain, and many of them are available online. For more info, visit the NYPL’s digital collection.

Here’s an iBook you can download to your iPad to help with finding educational content for iPads.

Ever wonder what nightingales singing by a river in Spain sounds like? How about American Tree Frogs in Indiana? To answer all your burning nature sound questions, visit Nature Soundmap, a collaborative project of over ninety professional nature recordists. For instance, here’s a lovely recording of marsh birds on a Sunday morning in Oregon:


January 8, 2016 - Posted by | Links You'll Love, Uncategorized | ,

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