Working with Images

CTC: Working with Images (Flickr/Google)
Images can be utilized for a wide variety of purposes, including enhancing presentations, starting a discussion, documenting a project or event, or advertizing a resource or an event.

This workshop will cover popular methods for locating images – Flickr and Google Images. With each tool we will cover filtering searches to display content that is either in the public domain or labeled for reuse. We will also explore the Flickr Commons – a collection of images in the public domain from a variety of sources including The U.S. National Archives, The Library of Congress, George Eastman House, and The National Archives UK.

Please see below for a copy of the presentation and handout materials. As always, please contact your Instructional Designer for additional information on this or any other topic.

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Developing and Using Multimedia in Your Class

2011 June 15
Developing and Using Multimedia in Your Class

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