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NYPL Digital Collections - 0 views

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    You can explore historical pictures and documents that have been digitized from the NYPL's collection. They are in the Public domain. You only need to click on the picture to access its page. You can download links on the right, The citation details are on the left, under the picture.
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20 Free Stock Photo Sites for Your Social Media Images - 0 views

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    "An annotated list of some free stock photo sites whose images fall under CC0 license."
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Good Free Photos - Free Public Domain Stock Photos - 0 views

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    Many unique public domain photos.
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Find Copyright Free, Properly Cited Images for Student Use - 1 views

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    "Photos For Class makes it easy for students to quickly find copyright-free images that are automatically cited upon download."
    This will be a useful tool for helping to teach my students about being good digital citizens and understaning more about cpoyright and creative commons licensing. I also want them to correctly to cite sources and in the easiest way.
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Online Archives, Collections, and Exhibitions - Research - Moving Image Source - 0 views

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    "The Moving Image Source Research Guide is a gateway to the best online resources related to film, television, and digital media."
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15 Best Sites for Open Source Images - 0 views

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    "This post offers a few resources on guidelines, and then a list of the top sites for open source images that are safe to get pictures from. "
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The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources - The Edublogger - 2 views

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    "sources for free images and organizing them in such a way as to help you find what you're looking for. Here are the criteria we've examined:
    Subjects: Does a site focus on specific genres of images, or is it a mass collection of various image types?

    High Resolution: Lots of great image resources emerged in the pre-Web 2.0 phase, but it wasn't until bandwidth dramatically increased that allowed for the uploading of much higher resolution images suitable for editing and printing.

    License: The licenses vary extremely from source to source. Some are listed as Creative Commons (with variations on attribution and availability for commercial use), others are Public Domain, and still others have unique licenses that maintain copyright while allowing users to download or embed photographs. To better understand Creative Commons licenses, check out our post on Images, Copyright, & Creative Commons.

    Safety: Government sites and many specific subject collections are extremely safe for students to use. But before you start using one of these sites for student blogging, check out our safety note and examine the site to see if you find it appropriate for students. Some sites are terrible for filtering out inappropriate con"
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How to Do a Reverse Image Search - YouTube - 0 views

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    A great tutorial that assist everyone in being a better digital citizen by showing how you can find out information about an image you might find/have.
    " Found a photograph online that you'd like to use on your site, but not sure where it came from or who took it? Or are you a photographer who wants to know where your work is being posted? In this Treehouse Quick Tip, we'll learn how to do a reverse image search using Google Images and TinEye"
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The Best Teacher Tools for Taking Screenshots and Annotating Pictures ~ Educational Tec... - 0 views

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    "A list of the best 4 web tools for creating screenshots. Besides being free, these tools are very simple to use and are also student friendly. They will allow you to  capture your screen, crop and annotate your pictures using  arrows, colours, shapes, text and many more."
    It is always great to have visuals as part of any explanation to students (or for them to use as well)> These 4 are briefly explained and look easy to use.
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Finding copyright-friendly photos for the Google Images generation - eClassroom News - 1 views

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    "Searching and citing usable images is easy once students learn the basics
    Teaching students to respect the intellectual property of others is important in this digital "cut and paste" world we live in. One great project to share with students that can better help them understand how and when they may use images created by others is the Creative Commons project.
    Creative Commons is designed to span the gap between full copyright and the public domain. The Creative Commons project provides content creators the opportunity to state ahead of time how their images may (or may not) be used."
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The Leading Free Stock Photography Site - freeimages - 0 views

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    A collection of items useful for inspiration. They offer royalty-free photos, illustrations, video, audio and Flash® files from $1.
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Flickr: Internet Archive Book Images' Photostream - 0 views

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    The photos and drawings are sourced from more than 600 million library book pages scanned in by the Internet Archive organisation. These images have been difficult to access until now. Internet Archive Book Images
    Visitors to the site are free to copy and make use of the pictures without charge. Most of the images that are in the books are not in any of the art galleries of the world - the original copies have long ago been lost. The pictures range from 1500 to 1922, when copyright restrictions kick in. "
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Free Image Resources for Almost Anything | Tech the Plunge - 1 views

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    The author of the post has created a Symbaloo page of free Image sources. The page is linked from here
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The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources - The Edublogger - 0 views

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    Sources for free images and organizing them in such a way as to help you find what you're looking for.
Camilla Elliott

Our 3 Favorite Free Online Image Editors For Education - The Edublogger - 0 views

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    "These slimmed-down editors allow novice users to quickly become comfortable editing digital images, and are also excellent stepping stones for students who want to learn how to use more complex editors later on."
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A Wonderful Resource of Free Public Domain Images to Use in Class ~ Educational Technol... - 0 views

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    "Pixabay is a great platform where teachers and students can search for and find public domain images. If you are using Pixabay images you will not have to worry about copyright issues or attribution requirements. Pixabay offers high quality images that you can use freely without attribution in digital and printed form. "
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