Creative Commons - Graphics, music and videos increase the visual interest of your website. It is important that you ensure that the items you include on any website either are your own works, have been purchased for display on the web, and/or obtained from Creative Commons. Use Creative Commons to find music, images, and movies you can use to build your e-portfolio, as well as, a place to license your own work.
One caveat that you should be aware of regarding the use of Creative Commons images, music, and movies. They may not be used for a commercial purpose. If you need items to use an image, music, or video to market a commercial website, a brochure or poster to promote a commercial event or product, or any other for "profit purpose" should purchase a license.
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Dr. Ralston is an Associate Professor at the University of Utah. The students in her electronic marketing course design and create an electronic portfolio to reflect their accomplishments during the course.
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