1. Look at government websites for educational materials describing environmental or geological concepts. They might provide examples of how you can distill concepts into simple terms for purposes of your presentations/projects.
2. Look around for youtubes that discuss science from a popular/semi-popular standpoint. You might find models of how to communicate science, for purposes of your presentations.
3. Look for materials and youtubes related to "Science on a Sphere", to see if you can find interesting narratives that can be a model for your presentations.
For this class, you can use the guidelines immediately below. Beneath it, under "Resources", is a video and a link to other other considerations.
You can use media for educational purposes if:
[Thanks to the scholarly communications librarian Carrie Baldwin-SoRelle for above.]
See this video on youtube about copyright, fair use, and public domain [from commonsense.org/education]
See also the box about using images.on this guide.