It's important to keep track of the resources you're using. Let's get organized!
There is no one right way to keep track of your resources. If you already have a system you're comfortable with for keeping track of something else in your life, like recipes or references, that might be the best way to go. You can keep a simple list of URLs in a document editor like Google doc
, you can use your browser's bookmark manager, or, if you have a lot to manage, you might explore bibliographic software like Zotero
Decide how you are going to organize and keep track of your resources.
Make sure you know where you found all your content. Note the things like the website URL and the creator. Also, what open license did it have? When was it created and/or pubilshed?
Confirm that you have the right to use all the resources you found; you may discover that you don't have the rights to use every resource. The resource may be licensed under a Creative Commons license that doesn't permit the kind of use you want to make, or have unclear copyright status. Which resources do not give you the rights you want? You might want to do another search to find openly licensed materials to replace those.
Consider where you found your resources. Did you like particular features about the websites or platforms hosting those resources? For example, did the platform make it easier for you to identify the CC or other open license of the resource? You may want to keep a list of the sites you liked for future use, eg. for sharing back your resulting work.