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6 Great Ways to Find Copyright Friendly Images

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Do your students typically include images in their projects, papers, or online publishing? Or do you frequently need to find photos or images to include in your teaching materials? If so, are you and your students properly using copyright friendly images? Join Jane Lofton as she shares how copyright applies to images you or your students may want to use. She will explain what Creative Commons is, and why it is a great resource when creating and publishing presentations, videos, websites, teaching materials, and more. In addition, Jane will share how you can easily find and properly cite images that are copyright-friendly using three easy Google tools, as well as three additional powerful image search tools.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 11, 2017 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Citizenship, Digital Media, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: citing sources, copyright, creative commons, digital media, Flickr, Google, images, photosforclass

Reviews (26)

Full Member
Useful information.
Great video!
Full Member
One of the most helpful webinars I've watched yet. I will definitely use this information in my classroom.
Full Member
Thank you for the valuable information. I plan to use it with both teachers and students.
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
Basic Member
Very helpful information. My only suggestion would be to add Unsplash to the list of places to search for free images
Basic Member
Great information
Full Member
Great information and helpful examples
Full Member
Excellent talked about resources that can be used!
Basic Member
Excellent copyright information and resources! thank you.
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