Q: How can we find and use Creative Commons licensed images in our blog posts for class?

A: I created a 4 minute screencast answering this question. The links I referenced are Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-Online Search, Wylio.com, Compfight.com, and TalkWithMedia.com’s Images page.

Cross-posted to the T4T Course FAQ and TalkWithMedia.com.

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One Response to Creative Commons licensed images in blog posts

  1. I didn’t know what a Creative Common was before reading this blog, but now I think I know how I could use it to help with my current blog and any future blog! Thank you for posting this! Very good information!!!

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