Finding Copyright Free Images
Before you use images from the Internet, it is your responsibility to make sure you are using them properly. Much of the artwork on the Internet is copyrighted. If you use Google Images to download your images and clipart for your website, do you check to see the pictures are copyrighted? Some owners charge for images and others want you to acknowledge them in some way.
Some sites want to sell their images. Others offer "royalty free" images. This sounds like a good thing until you discover what "royalty free" really means. Very basically royalty free means that you pay a one-time fee to download the image or images. Once you have done this, you may use the picture as you like without paying "royalties" over and over. So be careful!
When you wish to search for free images, you can use the Google or Bing search engines. Bing is actually easier. Check out the videos below to see how to search for copyright free images.
Finding online images using Office 365 apps "Online Pictures."
When asked which version of Microsoft you have, select Office 365.
Click here ⇒ https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/add-clip-art-to-your-file-0a01ae25-973c-4c2c-8eaf-8c8e1f9ab530?legredir=true&correlationid=6681f34b-1446-4912-b5f1-4215e06822c6&ui=en-us&rs=en-us&ad=us
Here are a few sites where you may find good images as well:
click here⇒ https://www.photosforclass.com/ Photos for Class provides you with an easy to use search engine to find and access images that are appropriate for school setting. All images downloaded from Photos for Class come with a short citation that includes the author’s name and the image license terms.
click here⇒ https://kaboompics.com/gallery Another good search engine that can access photos that are free to use.
click here⇒ https://www.pics4learning.com/
click here⇒ https://pixabay.com/
click here⇒ https://www.flickr.com/commons