Everyone has used Google to find images, but it's definitely not the only source!
Copyright, Creative Commons 101 by Jane Lofton
Flickr.com is a great resource that has many Creative Commons licenses, so you can use them in published works without first contacting the copyright holder for permission. Be sure, though, to select Creative Commons from the License drop-down after you do a search.
photosforclass.com searches for Creative Commons-licensed photos AND automatically provides the proper credit attribution
Search using the CreativeCommons.org site
Here's some more (thanks to Joyce Valenza):
Check this guide by Joyce Valenza or this guide from the Harvard Law Library for help understanding what you can and cannot use and for many great sites for images, sounds, videos and more.
Sources for Public Domain Museum Images:
LACMA's Image Library of Public Domain works
National Gallery of Art
Getty Museum embeddable images
American Museum of Natural History
Metropolitan Museum of Art (Open Access for Scholarly Content) images
16 Sources For Free Public Domain and CCO-Licensed Images
Finding Copyright-friendly images using Google Presentations:
Using Flickr.com to find Creative Commons images:
Using Google Image Search to find copyright-friendly images
Here are some links:
Best Sites to Find Public Domain Images and Sounds for Student Projects
30+ Places To Find Creative Commons Media
Imagechef.com is a great place to make all sorts of customized images and signs like the one above.
Wordle.net is a fun site for making word clouds.
Five free photo editing tools (Graphic courtesy of Thinglink.com). Hover over each circle and click to access the tool:
Digital Storytelling Tools
Scroll down this page to find a playlist of digital storytelling tools to try.
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