Tech Tip Tuesday: The Best Way to Use Images in Class

by Kristie Burk, DASD Coordinator of Blended and Cyber Learning

It’s tempting sometimes when we’re creating a presentation, writing a digital newsletter, or enhancing a document to cut and paste an image from the Internet. Remember that digital images are someone’s artwork just like a painting or a book. We want to be good models for our students by using images with proper attribution!

13447211585For a good explanation of image attribution, check out this article called “How to get and use free images the RIGHT way in class” by Matt Miller.

You can also look at some previous articles on this blog, including “Prevent Copyright Violations with Images” or “Finding Images in Google That Are Safe to Reuse.”



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