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Peter Shanks

Using to find free, Creative Commons licensed images - 19 views

    There's no doubting that old adage: "a picture's worth a thousand words", and nothing sadder than a web page full of text with no supporting images. So you owe it to yourself and your readers to add a few eye catching graphics to every page you write. If you want to download pictures to use you'll want to find royalty free stock images or pictures released under a creative commons license. In this slideshow I walk you through the process of finding photographs that use the flickr creative commons license using a search engine called flickrCC
Judy Robison

Photo Pin : Free Photos for Your Blog or Website via Creative Commons - 50 views

shared by Judy Robison on 09 Jan 12 - No Cached
    Nice Flickr search tool to search images under Creative Commons licenses
    an image search engine that returns images licensed under the Creative Commons.(no copyright violations) It is straightforward and extremely easy to use.
Tero Toivanen

The Power of Open - 30 views

    "...The Power of Open inspires you to examine and embrace the practice of open licensing so that your contributions to the global intellectual commons can provide their greatest benefit to all people."
Al Tucker

Welcome | Teaching Copyright - 51 views

    Teaching Copyright curriculum is a detailed, customizable learning plan to help educators raise interesting questions about copyright, technology, and law, such as: * What is legal online? * How is creativity being enabled by new technologies? * What digital rights and responsibilities exist already, and what roles do we play as users of digital technology?
Steve Ransom

Creative Commons : Spectrum of Rights - 28 views

    This is a very clear and well done presentation on Creative Commons.
Danny Nicholson

DiscoverEd from ccLearn - 0 views

    Creative Commons search tool for education
Samantha Morra

A Fair(y) Use Tale | Stanford Center for Internet and Society - 0 views

    Great video on copyright
Maggie Verster

The Educator's Guide to the Creative Commons - 0 views

    In this post, educator Darren Draper uses video clips to explain the different types of copyright resources that are available under the Creative Commons. He also lists a number of sources for images, sound and video.
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