The "Asset Library" is a studio where scratchers can submit assets to be added to the studio for other scratchers to use in their projects.
What is an asset?
An asset is a line or two of code, or a sprite that can be used in lots of different projects. It is usually an important component of the project.
This is a very good example of an assets project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/362097713/
Can I use somebody else's assets?
Yes, but you must comply with our terms of service, which you can find by scrolling down a bit.
How can I submit my assets?
You can submit your assets by remixing this project with them: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/xxxxxxxxx/
Our promise to you:
By submitting your assets to this studio we can promise that one of the managers will look over them and either add the project or provide constructive criticism for the project. Your project will also be protected by our terms of service.
IF YOU ARE A CURATOR YOU MAY NOT DELETE PROJECTS OR CURATORS. Your job as a curator is to maintain the studio (except for the description; notify a manager) and see that the terms of service of this studio are followed by all users of the assets and help people whose assets have been used without credit. Failing to comply with the part in ALL CAPS will result in being removed from the studio.
Our Terms of Service: (This is for if you want to use the assets)
- You must notify the maker of the asset before you share your project with their asset if you want to use it
- You must give credit to the original creator of any assets that you use in your project; Failing to do this will result inn being reported to the Scratch Team.
- You can't just make a project out of the assets. Use some of your own programming too!