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Vivian Evans

Glands of the Endocrine System - Flashcard Set by Lauren Styles - 3 views

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    Go Lauren... groovy images & cartoons in this one to help you learn on the way.

    Prize coming Lauren's way - Thanks for giving it a go & sharing with the team! :-)
José Cuerva

Fancy - 6 views

Vernon Fowler

Teaching students about Creative Commons and appropriate use of images - 0 views

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    Little do many people know, you can't just use any images off the internet in your blog posts. Not only is this ethically incorrect but you could leave yourself open to copyright infringement.

    Explaining Creative Commons and using images in blog posts
    Wanting to make this process clear to my students, I typed up a document explaining copyright, copyright infringement and Creative Commons while also offering step-by-step instructions on how to use FlickrCC to upload and attribute images in blog posts.
Caroline Bucky

Multicolr Search Lab - Idée Inc. - 1 views

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    Search Flickr by colour set - super tool for finding images that complement your design - check licence tho
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    This is one of the coolest sites. Select the colors you want, up to 10, and it will search Flickr for images with those colors. It doesn't filter by creative commons though, but a great way to find images that will match your website color scheme.
Sara Stewart

I Education Apps Review - I Education Apps Review - 2 views

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    iPod app reviews
Peter Linehan

Flickriver - A new way to view Flickr photos and more... - 14 views

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    This is a really nice viewer for Flickr stored images. It has good badge tools, too.
Rhondda Powling

ImageCodr.org - 8 views

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    Flickr currently hosts more than 75 million images that are licensed under a Creative Commons license. Depending on the license, you may use the images on your webpage, or make changes to it. There are many things to check. With ImageCodr.org, there is no need to do all this manually, you simply enter in the URL of the picture page (as seen in your browser) you are interested in and ImageCodr.org will generate the ready to use HTML code. It will also display a brief and easy license summary, so you don't get in legal trouble because you missed something.
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