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TIPS FOR USING IMAGES IN YOUR WORK
- Many images may be used for educational purposes with proper citation, but not all of them.
- Before you use an image check the copyright information.
- Look for information on how to cite the image.
- It is your responsibility to give credit to the source.
- Even if the image says that it is copyright-free you should cite your source.
- When browsing for images, especially on Google Images, you may find inappropriate content. It is your responsibility to immediately log off of that page.
Other ideas for images:
Culturegrams - has flags for all of the countries as well as images and videos for many of the countries.
Encyclopedia Britannica - Media Collection
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To cite a work under Creative Commons licensing follow the guidelines of TASL - Title, Author, Source, License.
More information and details about citing Creative Commons licensed work can be found here.
Life Magazine Photo Archive
Teacher-reviewed, standard-aligned, video, high-quality digital images, and other resources.