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Glenn Hervieux

Photos For Class - The quick and safe way to find and cite images for class! - 9 views

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    Photosforclass.com includes built-in #creativecommons search engine. Great search engine for free images that include image citations. Safe G Rated images.
Michele Brown

everystockphoto - searching free photos - 6 views

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    We are a search engine for free photos. These come from many sources and are license-specific. You can view a photo's license by clicking on the license icon, below and left of photos. Membership is free and allows you to rate, tag, collect and comment on photos.
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
Roland Gesthuizen

Bloggers Beware: You CAN Get Sued For Using Pics on Your Blog - My Story - Bl... - 180 views

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    "You are violating copyright if you have not gotten express PERMISSION from the copyright holder OR are using pics that are public domain, creative commons, etc. I didn't know better and I had to learn the hard way. So I want to let you all know now so that you don't have to be a cautionary tale as well."
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    Thank you so much for sharing this! As an educator, I always believed that if I posted a picture on the district site and just gave credit to where I got the picture I was clear with copyright. Now I know better. Perhaps you've underwent this experience to help so many others like me to better understand copyright...
Mark Gleeson

4 Creative Commons sites for photos - 20 views

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    Support in using appropriate copyrighted photos in your online work
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
Mary-Ann Updike

Behold | Search High Quality Flickr Images - 51 views

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    Searches for images that are free to use.
Chris Betcher

ImageStamper | Stay Copyright-safe - 2 views

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    ImageStamper is a free tool for keeping dated, independently verified copies of license conditions associated with creative commons images. You can use it to safeguard your use of free images from license changes, or to prove you are the original image creato
Sydney Schatz

Discover Yale Digital Commons - 64 views

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    Search 1,500,000 records; 250,000 digital assets from across Yale's collections
Hiliana Leon

Wylio - 65 views

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    Using images from Wylio embeds the photographer's atribution beneath the photo. Most photos I've browsed come from flickr. Embed code is free, downloads cost $ monthly.
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    great teacher resource to find images and give proper credit.
Daryl Bambic

Finding and using public domain photographs - 167 views

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    Finding and using public domain photographs
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    They left out Flickr Commons, though, which is a really excellent international source and allows for public tagging if you want to curate things with your own search terms: http://www.flickr.com/commons/
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-
rresidori

Free Pictures - Wylio.com - 132 views

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    Searches creative commons for photos for blogs and allows you to download and resize them.
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