I don't remember that I saw sources section on Udemy tutorials or YouTube videos, whether they are a course or not. Even, on books such as,
Nevertheless, I really care about plagiarism, ethics, copyright and any other rights of the people or companies and need help for following topic.
I am a computer engineer and I'll generate free or paid courses / videos in the informatics sector such as computer usage, programming, network administration, etc. on Udemy or YouTube.
These courses completely will be generated combination of the Turkish and English information on the web (to generate high quality courses) such as pdfs published by universities as above, videos, official websites (such as microsoft.com, apple.com, etc.), blogs, wikipedia, articles, etc. and will be published as Turkish.
I know that I can't add directly bulk texts, images, video parts from different sources, etc. However, I need to add similar things to them to explain a topic. And I know that I can't tell an article's result is my work, etc.
I plan to use a slider software for definitions section of the videos. However, I don't think every video will have this section. And I plan to tell what I understand from the sources with different words or sentences and add different examples as much as I can.
Does my plan considered as stealing, non-ethical, plagiarism or copyright or any other right issue in this case? Do I need to credit every word or sentence seperately? How can I do this in a video?
Or is it enough to add all of the links in bulk used to generate the course / video at the end of it? Do I need to specify author name, date, etc. of my sources as in academic paper? If yes, which standard should I follow?