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So how many words is a 4-image collage worth? Sometimes, a nice collage is the best way to share an experience quickly. For Teachers: The Difference between Fair Use and Copyright. So… You Want (Have) To Create Something? Image licensed under Creative Commons by Nancy Sims – No doubt, the issue of copyright in the age of CREATING is of utmost importance.
Where can you get the images, audio and video you need in order to create and remix for projects, homework and your own interests and passions? How to get Copyright Free Images – Teacher Phili. Following the news that Getty Images have just taken the decision to allow images (1) on its site available for bloggers to use for free, I thought it would be timely to look at the issue of digital image copyright on the Internet and where you can find copyright free photos and images that you can use to illustrate your blog or other online material which can be seen by anyone.
It’s a massive change of direction from the company, which had previously developed a reputation for being litigious about unlicensed use of its photography, suing small organisations for infringement. Getty has not been able to stop people using and redistributing its images without permission, so it is adopting a more pragmatic approach to the question of how to make money from its images.