FREE WEB Resources For
Teacher Lessons And Student Projects

Free WEB Resources For Teacher Lessons and Student Projects, Carol LaRow

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Public Domain & Free:


Citing Sources:

Creative Commons Attributions:

You will see the owner of the image, the title of the image, and the Creative Commons attribution the owner wishes to have.

The sample below has the following attribution requirements listed for the user on the Creative Commons webpage for the selected image:   
By Brian Gratwicke (Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas)) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

One correct way to write the attribution is:     Photo by Gratwicke / CC BY 2.0

In the example above, the terms are:

How To Tell If Images Are In The Public Domain:

Google Docs - Free Image Add-Ons:

Use the following sites for add-ons to Google Docs, which will enhance what both you and your students can do.

Google Slides - Free Image Add-Ons:

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