When using images in your presentation, remember to cite or provide attribution to the images. Here are some resources to help get you started:
This is from the University of California Irvine's Visual Literacy Guide. It includes best practices and guidelines for citing images.
The University of Cincinatti provides good examples of image citations and other information related to using images.
IF Skills Tutorial
IF Skills provides videos on how to create powerpoint presentations. This video focuses on how to add narration to your powerpoint.
How to Record Narration for PowerPoint for Dummies
The "for Dummies" series provides a video tutorial for how to record your narration in PowerPoint.
The Studio at Hodges Library can provide you with the tools you need to create your narration. You may reserve a sound room with a USB microphone to record in or reserve a digital audio recorder to record your narration at home.
The University of Tennessee Libraries creates and maintains digital collections on a variety of subjects, including the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee history, and The University of Tennessee.
Feel free to search the digital collections of UT Libraries
There are many sites that offer royalty free music to use for projects and presentations. Most often, the recordings are not free, however, there are some that allow free downloads. If you search, you may find some independent artists who allow use of their music for free if you give credit in the presentation. You may also check at the Music Library for
Public Domain and Royalty Free Music
A clearinghouse of information about and links to public domain and royalty-free music. They have gathered a large group of web resources to access and purchase royalty free music.
This is a social music site. It provides a filter to allow you to select music that is avialable for attribution or share alike or in the public domain.
Free Sounds provides sound clips all with a Creative Commons licesnse allowing for reuse.
Incomptech Royalty Free Music
Incompetch provides music with attribution required.
"Royalty free music for your video, audio and interactive projects"
Musopen is a non-profit organization that provides free music resources.
Opsound provides free music donated by artist using a Creative Commons Licesnse.