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All videos, images, text, interactives, sound files and other materials found in the Wisconsin Media Lab website are protected by the United States copyright laws and are owned or licensed by Wisconsin Media Lab.
You may watch these videos or show them to a classroom or group of students in an educational setting.
You may download a single copy of a video for educational, non-commercial use. You may show video to a classroom or group of students in an educational setting. You may not reproduce, modify, upload to another site or sell any of the contents. You may retain one copy of the video for the duration of the instructional period.
Producer’s Name (Producer). (year). Program number: Name of program [Video file]. In Name of series in italics. Retrieved from http://wimedialab.org.
Example: Wisconsin Media Lab (Producer). (2014). 4: Bill Harley & Arthur Davidson: Innovation on Two Wheels [Video file]. In Wisconsin Biographies. Retrieved from http://wimedialab.org/biographies/harley.html.
The Soundzabound™ Music Library may be used by educators and students in the state of Wisconsin solely for school-related or school-supported activities and functions, including school fundraisers, within the school community. Soundzabound music files may be loaded to any number of machines, computers and digital music players so long as they are the property of a school or personal possession of a student, teacher or administrator of a Wisconsin school entity. Educators may also duplicate and sell their finished products for profit which contain Soundzabound music, so long as it is within their educational realm, and not for personal or business profit and purposes.
Credit must be given using this citation: Title / Artist / Soundzabound Royalty Free Music, http://wimedialab.org/soundzabound
The resources may include certain ancillary educational materials, such as lesson plans, background essays, student activity sheets, and other printouts. You may not modify, alter, or revise ancillary materials.