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* Flickr Attribution Helper: http://cogdog.github.io/flickr-cc-helper/
 
* Flickr Attribution Helper: http://cogdog.github.io/flickr-cc-helper/
  
 
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[[File:Bigwall flower 5.jpg|thumb|Bigwall flower 5]]
 
A couple more search engines for you to peruse:
 
A couple more search engines for you to peruse:
 
* I'm Free: http://www.imcreator.com/free
 
* I'm Free: http://www.imcreator.com/free
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== Why use digital images? ==
 
== Why use digital images? ==
 
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[[File:Twilight Zone Optical.svg|thumb|Twilight Zone Optical]]
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Consider the images used in this wiki. Do they grab your attention? Make you reflect on prior learning experiences? Pique your interest? Here are some other key reasons to use visuals in your teaching/learning:
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* Increases retention
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* Motivational
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* Engaging
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* Appealing
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* Creative
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* Useful
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* Hook/Attention grabber
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* Persuasive
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* Presents complex information quickly and clearly
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* Communicates effectively
  
 
== Where can I use images? ==
 
== Where can I use images? ==
 
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[[File:Symmetry (5846632471).jpg|thumb|Symmetry (5846632471)]]
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Reflect on your teaching & learning practices. In what ways would visuals benefit you as an instructor or student?
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* Lectures / Presentations
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* Learning Activities
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* Course Materials
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* Assignments
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* Study aids
  
 
== Copyright concerns ==
 
== Copyright concerns ==
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[[File:KCCO compare 2.jpg|thumb|KCCO compare 2]]
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TRU's Intellectual Property website goes over the basics of classroom/publishing copyright information: http://www.tru.ca/ipo/faq.html
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Here are some basic tips:
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* It is legal for an instructor to copy an image and show it in class (ex. via Power Point)  
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* Check whether an image you want to use is fair dealing, in the public domain, or have a Creative Commons licence for re-use.
  
* TRU Intellectual Property website: http://www.tru.ca/ipo/faq.html
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[[File:Biwako Canal Route Picture Map.jpg|Biwako Canal Route Picture Map]]
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As the picture above demonstrates, to many of us, copyright laws can be difficult to navigate or comprehend, so please contact the Instellectual Property Office if you have any questions or concerns.

Revision as of 11:22, 21 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:

File:Bigwall flower 5.jpg
Bigwall flower 5

A couple more search engines for you to peruse:

How do I create my own visuals?

Graphic Organizers

Why use digital images?

Twilight Zone Optical

Consider the images used in this wiki. Do they grab your attention? Make you reflect on prior learning experiences? Pique your interest? Here are some other key reasons to use visuals in your teaching/learning:

  • Increases retention
  • Motivational
  • Engaging
  • Appealing
  • Creative
  • Useful
  • Hook/Attention grabber
  • Persuasive
  • Presents complex information quickly and clearly
  • Communicates effectively

Where can I use images?

Symmetry (5846632471)

Reflect on your teaching & learning practices. In what ways would visuals benefit you as an instructor or student?

  • Lectures / Presentations
  • Learning Activities
  • Course Materials
  • Assignments
  • Study aids

Copyright concerns

KCCO compare 2

TRU's Intellectual Property website goes over the basics of classroom/publishing copyright information: http://www.tru.ca/ipo/faq.html Here are some basic tips:

  • It is legal for an instructor to copy an image and show it in class (ex. via Power Point)  
  • Check whether an image you want to use is fair dealing, in the public domain, or have a Creative Commons licence for re-use.

Biwako Canal Route Picture Map As the picture above demonstrates, to many of us, copyright laws can be difficult to navigate or comprehend, so please contact the Instellectual Property Office if you have any questions or concerns.