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Digital Collections and Services: Access to print, pictorial and audio-visual collectio... - 0 views

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    You can explore (US) historical pictures, maps, and more in the digital collections from the Library of Congress. The option to download of images is available. Any citation must be created by the user.
    "The LOC concentrates on its most rare collections and those unavailable anywhere else. The services are a gateway to a growing treasury of digitized photographs, manuscripts, maps, sound recordings, motion pictures, and books, as well as "born digital" materials such as Web sites. In addition, the Library maintains and promotes the use of digital library standards and provides online research and reference service"
Rhondda Powling

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.
Camilla Elliott

In the Lab - Memory Lab - LibGuides at DC Public Library - 0 views

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    Instructions for digitising and handling materials for digital processing. Excellent set of instructions and advice.
Rhondda Powling

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"
Rhondda Powling

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.
Camilla Elliott

WhatWasThere - Put history in its place! - 0 views

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    Add your photos from any time period to the map to build up a history of the location.
Rhondda Powling

Creates amazing videos from your photos | PicoVico.Com - 0 views

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    Turn simple photographs into videos using this site. Once you sign up (it's free) you begin by choosing a video template and then adding your pictures from Facebook, Flickr, or your computer. You can set the order of your pictures, add captions to them and add text slides if you wish. Next you add music, either from their library or add your own from your computer. Your last step is to add a video title and any additional text and you're done. Completed videos can be uploaded to You Tube or Facebook and can even be embedded into a website or blog. The site does have a 30 picture maximum but that is long enough for most people.
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    Turn simple photographs into videos using this site. Once you sign up (it's free) you begin by choosing a video template and then adding your pictures from Facebook, Flickr, or your computer. You can set the order of your pictures, add captions to them and add text slides if you wish. Next you add music, either from their library or add your own from your computer. Your last step is to add a video title and any additional text and you're done. Completed videos can be uploaded to You Tube or Facebook and can even be embedded into a website or blog. The site does have a 30 picture maximum but that is long enough for most people.
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