Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Five Steps to Responsibly Search for Images for Digital Projects


Click here for the downloadable pdf file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-wHb5Nsjhy0NTJXVnMycDMzeVk/view?usp=sharing


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Naomi,

I worked with students on this very thing last year and would love to remind them of it using your infographic. May I?

Thanks,
Cathy Fischbuch
G.S. Lakie Middle School Library
Lethbridge, Alberta

Naomi Bates said...

Absolutely!! :)

Alisa @ Papercuttts said...

I thought I knew a lot about Google but I didn't know that. Cool, thanks!

bj kellam said...

Just wondering, do you require students to cite images that are free for use?

Anonymous said...

Where can I get a copy of this poster?

Thanks...
Jennifer Belcher
Cunningham MS
Corpus Christi, TX

Naomi Bates said...

If an image is free, I still ask student to cite them.
And Jennifer, if you send me your email, I'll email it to you :)

Anonymous said...

Naomi -
Where can I contact you to get a copy of this poster as well? Your email is probably posted on your blog, but I think my coffee hasn't kicked in yet and I don't see it.
Thanks! Toby Abrahamsen

pschwertner said...

I am curious if you talk about the fair use rules with students when they are using copyrighted material for educational purposes or creating "mash ups."

pschwertner said...

Do you have lesson or poster explaining the "fair use" rules for copyrighted materials? I wanted to address this with students in addition to showing them public domain websites.

Naomi Bates said...

Kenneth Crews and Cornell University puts out an excellent checklist on fair use that I use with students and teachers:
https://copyright.cornell.edu/policies/docs/Fair_Use_Checklist.pdf