Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – How to Find Creative Commons Images

Earlier this month Creative Commons released a new image search tool. When you use the new Creative Commons image search tool all of the images that you find will include all of the image attribution information that you need. The attribution information is formatted for digital and printed use. In the video embedded below you can learn how easy it is to use the new Creative Commons image search engine.

On a related note, PhotosforClass.com offers a great way to include a Creative Commons image search tool in your classroom, school, or library website. A demonstration of that tool is featured in the following video.

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