Big Heart of Art, qthosmasbower, cc Attribution by 2.0

Mashups are creative and fun to make, I hear.  I don’t know how to make one, but if I wanted to learn, I would check out the resources in Creating Video Mashups.  This article reviews some handy tools such as Weavly, Youtube Doubler, Mozilla Popcorn Maker and Make Things Do Stuff.  Mashups can be used in student projects and library videos.

Students may make mashups for educational purposes as long as they cite sources and give the proper attribution. Creating mashups is a great way to teach students about how Creative Commons can be used in order to be ethical digital citizens.