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What is the copyright information that I need to know about using images?
(Graphics, photos, illustrations)
  • Images can be downloaded for student work and teacher lessons and must be cited.
  • Without permission, images that have been downloaded cannot be reposted to the Internet.
  • A maximum of 5 images by a single artist or photographer can be used in a lesson/student work.
  • If images are a part of a collection, a maximum of 15 images or 10% (whichever is LESS) can be used.
  • If an image is in the public domain, the rules above do not apply unless it is a part of a copyrighted collection (see #4).
  • If an image has a creative commons license, it is part of a pool of content that can be copied, distributed, edited, remixed, and built upon, all within the boundaries of copyright law. Check for any restrictions on the image.
Need a quick resource for copyright information and a poster to download? Go to www.koce.org/classroom/pdfs/techLrnChart.pdf

  1. Download some calculator clipart at http://www.magicalmaths.org/download-free-calculator-images-clipart/
  2. Free set of 10 Academic icons that are beautifully done!
  3. Sign and Word generators
  4. Word Cloud generators - links to many different generators with a review and ideas on how to use them in the classroom - http://napmath.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/6-sites-for-creating-word-clouds/
  5. The Realia Project - http://www.realiaproject.org - Rich Electronic Archive for Language Instruction Anywhere is a database of professor approved royalty - free images for use in education. Use photos and/or become a part of the project by adding yur own photos from trips overseas.
  6. Sign Generator Widgets & Image Generators - http://www.signgenerator.org/ - a huge list of over 500 sign generators
  7. ** Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for educators and [[Graphics#|students]]. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers. Unlike many [[Graphics#|Internet]] sites, permission has been granted for educators and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.
  8. IconBug - icon-bug-logo.pngover 10,000 images - icons and pieces of clip art that can be downloaded and re-used for free.
  9. http://office.microsoft.com/
    Microsoft’s site with access to [[Graphics#|free resources]]
  10. http://www.mycutegraphics.com/graphics/school/welcome-back-chalkboard.html Free clip art images and graphics for web pages, print projects, blogs and more.
  11. http://www.imagechef.com/
    Image Chef - Customize and create unique images
  12. http://www.weatherclipart.net/ - free weather clipart.
  13. www.jigsawplanet.com
    This site allows you to upload an image and create a jigsaw puzzle out of it. The [[Graphics#|Smart Board]] is great to use with it because you have to manipulate the puzzle pieces to [[Graphics#|complete]] the puzzle. You can use the options to create easy or difficult puzzles. What a great way to start a lesson!
  14. http://www.edupic.net/index.html
    EduPic Graphical Resource – [[Graphics#|Free]] photographs and Graphics for Education
  15. http://www.behold.cc/
    Search access to high quality images that are openly available online
  16. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/browse/
    An extensive collection of historic photographs, [[Graphics#|maps]], motion pictures, manuscripts, etc. These materials, from the collections of the Library of Congress and other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America, with collections of civil war photos, Daguerreotype portraits and photos from 1839-1864, presidential portraits, and much more!
  17. http://www.tagxedo.com/ or http://www.wordle.net/
    turns words -- famous speeches, news articles, slogans and themes, even your love letters -- into a visually stunning tag cloud, words individually sized appropriately to highlight the frequencies of occurrence within the body of text.
  18. http://www.awesomeclipartforeducators.com/Awesome Clipart for Educators - clipart, coloring pages, fonts and worksheets
  19. http://gifanimations.com/animation/IndexGreat animated graphics
  20. http://www.gifs.net/gif/ More great animated graphics
  21. http://www.freegraphics.org/ This site has graphics organized by categories- easy to copy and then paste into note book page
  22. http://www.wordle.net/ When creating wordles it is best to have a document or webpage where there are a lot of words that can be used to make the wordle. If you find a website, such as wikipedia, where there is extensive explanation, select the portion of the text that you want to paste into wordle. If you are using a document, make sure it's a journal or lab report where there is a lot of information. Again, copy and paste the information into Wordle. Once the wordle is generated make sure that both the Wordle website and original document where the information was collected is cited when incorporating the wordle into a SMART Notebook.