Copyright · Creative Commons · Digital creation · Images

#349 Make a splash with Unsplash

We all love something for nothing, don’t we? Unsplash is a website full of free high-resolution photos: All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under Creative Commons Zero which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or… Continue reading #349 Make a splash with Unsplash

Copyright · Creative Commons · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital innovation · Distance Learning · Media literacy

#289 The Noun Project: Free, high quality icons for your projects

Ever struggle to find some good quality creative commons icons for your projects? Well look no further than the Noun Project! The Noun Project is a graphic arts library that allows you to find free, high quality icons for your project provided you credit the author (like the featured image on this post). Watch this… Continue reading #289 The Noun Project: Free, high quality icons for your projects

Copyright · Creative Commons · Distance Learning · Social Media · Social Media

#64 How to find Creative Commons photographs on Flickr

In this post we look at how you can search for images released under Creative Commons (CC)in Flickr. If you want to know more about Creative Commons, follow this link to find out about how CC works and what it means for you (may take more than a minute). Only got 60 seconds today? Watch this video… You… Continue reading #64 How to find Creative Commons photographs on Flickr

Copyright · Creative Commons · Digital creation · Digital creation, innovation and scholarship (creative production) · Distance Learning · Google · Images · Information, data and media literacy (critical use) · Media literacy

#6 Change your Google image settings for only images labeled for reuse

This video will show you how to tweak your settings in Google to filter images that are marked as commercially useable (some conditions may apply). Featured image: “Creative Commons 10th Birthday Celebration San Francisco” by Timothy Vollmer is licensed under CC BY 2.0