Upper Merion Area School District

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Creative Commons

Share, Remix, Reuse — Legally
Creative Commons provides free tools that let authors, scientists, artists, and educators easily mark their creative work with the freedoms they want it to carry. Here are some Creative Commons Collections you can use to start your search

Flickr

FlickrCC

Flickr Storm  allows you to create a tray of images for younger students without having them search on their own

Did you know...the Library of Congress is now hosting pictures on Flickr



Use this search engine to find images from the sites listed below
The Connected Classroom Creative Commons Image Search


Gadgets powered by Google


Incredible Art Department

Image After

Wikimedia Commons

Wikipedia: Public domain image sources

FreeDigitalPhotos.net

EveryStockPhoto

The Geo-Images Project images & photographs for teaching geography

Citations

You can use the guide below for citing images found online.
Choose website and put in the url of the photograph. You will need to know the following information about the image to cite it.
--Author / Photographer name (user namer)
--Title of the work
--Date Taken
--Image URL
ALSO, be sure to check the license information.

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