Twelve other places to investigate for Public Domain Images from Med Kharbach of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Finding suitable images to use in assignments or presentations that are not bound by copyright can be difficult. Learning how to access these specific images in Google Images is an important procedure to acquire. This post by Med Kharbach on Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is very helpful
Our responsibilities for using information, pictures and anything we find to share are clearly outlined in this infographic about Creative Commons showing all levels of criteria and rules for ownership and sharing.
Read a timely reminder posted by Ronnie Burt today: PSA: Don’t Let Salami and Google Images Get You In Hot Water
Google Advanced Search indicates which images have a Creative Commons license to republish online.
Flikr Images also have a Creative Commons search option.
During IRC seminars at the beginning of the year, students were reminded of their obligations when using ideas, images and sources that belong to someone else.
The purpose of this “The Edublogger” entry is to “dispel a few myths and pull together a complete list of resources for teachers and students to use when blogging and working with content online”.
The Bright Ideas Blog published this poster explaining the Creative Commons Licence. It was created by Karlisson Bezzera (Brazil), a blogger who goes under the name of Nerdson. Bezerra manages to explain creative commons in an easy-to-follow comic strip.