Free Technology for Teachers: How Not to Cite an Image Source


I originally wrote this blog site submit eight yrs back. I was reminded of it yesterday when I saw a equivalent prime ten record to the a single outlined beneath shared by a previous colleague with whom I am Facebook friends.

This morning one particular of my Fb pals posted one particular of those people “ten indicators you’re from…” Buzzfeed-like article content that sucked me in. As I looked by way of the write-up I recognized anything unusual about the graphic credits. In point, they truly ended up not image credits at all. The caption underneath the illustrations or photos simply just reads, “Resource: Google Illustrations or photos.” Apart from not naming the operator of the image, the writer of the write-up didn’t url to the resource nor indicated that it was made use of by authorization. I took a screenshot and extra a remark to it. You can see my screenshot down below. 

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(Sure, you can use this screenshot if you want to share it with your learners). 

Programs for Training

Among wonderful public area image sources like Pixabay (click right here for other choices) and Creative Commons impression search resources there are couple of occasions when students must have to vacation resort to claiming reasonable use to use a copyrighted graphic. If they do end up at that action, they need to at least give right credit rating to the owner of the impression.



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