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* Creative Commons search: http://search.creativecommons.org/
 
* Creative Commons search: http://search.creativecommons.org/
 
* Flickr Creative Commons: https://www.flickr.com/creativecommons
 
* Flickr Creative Commons: https://www.flickr.com/creativecommons
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Here are some excellent resources from Alan Levine's site:
 
Here are some excellent resources from Alan Levine's site:
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* Image Q Bonus Tools: http://cogdog.wikispaces.com/Image+Q+Bonus+Tools
 
* Image Q Bonus Tools: http://cogdog.wikispaces.com/Image+Q+Bonus+Tools
 
* Flickr Attribution Helper: http://cogdog.github.io/flickr-cc-helper/
 
* Flickr Attribution Helper: http://cogdog.github.io/flickr-cc-helper/
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A couple more search engines for you to peruse:
 
A couple more search engines for you to peruse:
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* Gratisography: http://www.gratisography.com/
 
* Gratisography: http://www.gratisography.com/
  
 
 
== How do I create my own visuals? ==
 
== How do I create my own visuals? ==
  

Revision as of 18:46, 20 January 2015

This wiki is intended for faculty and students that are interested in using digital images for a variety of uses:

  • Presentations / lectures
  • Assignments
  • Learning Activities
  • Personal / Professional blogs, websites, etc.

The following structure is based on the Experiential Learning workshop presented by Melissa Jakubec and Kelly Warnock. Feel free to add/modify ideas and resources, or contact us for more information.


How do I find free and open images?


Here are some excellent resources from Alan Levine's site:


A couple more search engines for you to peruse:

How do I create my own visuals?

Graphic Organizers

Why use digital images?

Where can I use images?

Copyright concerns