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Patrick Black

Pixabay - Public Domain Images - 30 views

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    This is a great site for finding quality images to use in your projects. The images can be used for both personal and commercial projects and you don't even need to sign in to download them. The images have been uploaded by users for the public good. Upload your images to help others. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Photos+%26+Images
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    You can freely use any image from this website in digital and printed format, for personal and commercial use, without attribution requirement to the original author."
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    This is a great site to send kids for Public Domain Images. No need to worry about copy rights
Liz Eckert

PhotoPin - Free Photos for Bloggers via Creative Commons - 199 views

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    Photo Pin is a new website offering images that can be re-used for blog entries, video productions, slideshows, and print media. Photo Pin uses a combination of Flickr's API for Creative Commons search and Fotolia's image library to serve-up royalty-free images. The search results page on Photo Pin clearly delineates between images that are free to use and images that you have to purchase. Applications for Education If you're looking for a new way to find Creative Commons-licensed images for yourself or your students, Photo Pin could be a good option for you. I like that Photo Pin offers a clear reminder to users that they must correctly link to the sources of the images that they choose to use.
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    Search Creative Commons photos adn attribute them for your blog or website easily
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    useful for creative commons images - free and subscription based but none free ones usually have sponsored across the corner of the thumbnail
Charles Greenberg

Open Education Week - 58 views

  • Open education seeks to reduce barriers to learning for everyone while providing tools and resources that facilitate success. Initiatives in open education include open sharing of high-quality educational materials (Open Educational Resources), flexible and free learning formats that make use of open content, alternative pathways to assessment and certification of learning, and projects that support improvements in educational systems.
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    Welcome to the Open Education Week website. We are busy planning activities for 5-10 March 2012 to explore open education projects, resources and institutions around the world. Events will engage you in discussions and presentations about how open sharing in education can foster improvements in teaching and learning globally, make education more accessible, and create opportunities for collaboration and innovation. All live and virtual activities will be free and open to the public. Please check back for schedules, resources and information.
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    Be part of the beginning. No turning back
Vonnie Downey

Flickr: Creative Commons - 116 views

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    images for use in education- make sure to refer to the key on the right hand side of the page to make sure you are using the images properly-
Mark Swartz

Presentation: "Creative Commons: What every Educator needs to know" - eLearning Blog Do... - 115 views

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    From my observations of some student presentations I invigilated recently I know there are clearly issues with students knowing and understanding what is legal and what is not when you use and re-use content or images you find on the Internet. Many of us already know about Creative Commons content and how it works, but I found this presentation, with audio slidecast, that I have also made available to staff and students alike, in the vain hope it'll make a difference. It is well worth listening to the 20 minute slidecast that accompanies this presentation, it brings the static pages to life.
Roland Gesthuizen

Drape's Takes: The Educator's Guide to the Creative Commons - 45 views

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    "As not every teacher understands how to implement the Creative Commons into their curriculum, I thought I'd take a minute to explain how I would use it if I was in their shoes."
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    A good illustration why creative educators like the creative commons.
Peter Beens

Creative Commons in the Classroom - 117 views

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    Excellent overview of creative commons licensing and how it can be used in the classroom.
ameyjohnson

Welcome | Teaching Copyright - 10 views

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    EFF's guide to teaching copyright.  Has lesson plans and background info.
Elaine Higuera

Common Core Lesson Resource - 31 views

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    "In a brave new world of learning, OER content is made free to use or share, and in some cases, to change and share again, made possible through licensing, so that both teachers and learners can share what they know. Browse and search OER Commons to find curriculum, and tag, rate, and review it for others."
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    Open Educational Resources: Free-to-Use teaching & learning content from around the world
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    Free-to-use teaching and learning content from around the world.
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    Find Free to Use Teaching and Learning Content from around the world
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    The revolution will not be televised!
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    ELA, Math, SS, Science, Art, etc. Create a free account, save lessons, upload lessons, etc. Searchable by subject or grade level.
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