opyright FriendlyWhen using images, videos or music for classwork you must always cite something created by someone else. Even if items are royalty free or public domain you should cite them in your work. If used on the internet and/or for commercial purposes Copyright permission may need to be granted by the image owner. See the Media Center Citation Help page for assistance.
Creative Commons: "Find images you can share, use and remix." Choose from multiple sources for images, video, and music.
pixabay: "Stunningly free images & royalty free stock. Over 840,000 free stock photos, vector graphics, illustrations and videos."
Pexels: "the best free stock photos & videos shared by talented creators." Collections by subject, mood, season, holidays, topics, backgrounds, photos by color, phtographer interviews and more.
Unsplash: "Freely useable images." Images are searchable by predominate color or black & white and image layout.
Library of Congress: Prints and Photographs Online Catalog NASA: National Air and Space Administration Image Galleries
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Photo Library: Over 32,000 images of space, coastlines, weather and more.
flaticon: "The largest database of FREE icons. Access over 4 million icons."Openclipart: "Openclipart is the largest community of artists making the best free original clipart for you to use for absolutely any reason." Caution – Advertising.Open Culture - the best free & educational media on the web: images, movies, eBooks, textbooks, audio books, free college online courses, language lessons and more. Scroll down for Free Art & Images. Caution: Advertising
Photos for Class: "Download properly attributed, Creative Commons photos for school!"
Pics4Learning: Free, copyright friendly images for education.Smithsonian Institution: Search over 50 Smithsonian museum, archives and database collections for images and resources related to art, history, film, air and space, anthropology, zoology, gardens and more. Wikimedia Commons: "a collection of 36,186,278 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute" Web page created 1/2014 LGBuschmann. Updated 4/7/2020.
What is the Difference Between Copyright, Patent and Trademark?
Copyright, patent, and trademark are all different types of intellectual property (IP). Although the three types of IP are very different, people often confuse them.