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The Noun Project

The Noun Project

7 Excellent Resources for Public Domain Pictures Every Teacher should Know about As the start of a new school year draws closer Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is diligently engaged in posting a series of posts featuring interesting digital resources to help teachers get better equipped for school re-entry. In today's post, I am sharing with you a set of useful platforms where teachers and students can go to in order to find public domain pictures. Have a look at the titles below and let us know what you think of them. If you know of other resources to feature in this list please share with us in the comment form below. 1- Public Domain Pictures is a repository for free public domain images. This is a database of 18,083,944 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute. Pixabay is another great resource for high quality public domain pictures. 4- Public Domain photos All photos on this web site are public domain. 5- Morguefile ImageAfter is a large online free photo collection. This is a search engine for free photos.

Google Search Tips You Must Know This is a post that is complimentary to Google Search tips part one which i have covered here some time ago now it is time that i provide you with a detailed post about most if not all the search tips you need to master Google search techniques. Billions of people are using Google search services everyday but not all of them know how to harness Google search algorithm to suit there queries and some even end up wasting time in some seamy sites. As educators you should never be one of these people who just type in a couple of words in its search bar and hit “ i am lucky” to start sifting through results which can sometimes be completely irrelevant. Today i am introducing you to the best Google search tips that you need to be aware of in order to conduct relevant searches. Use unique words The more unique your words are the more specific your results will be for example celebrity ringtones’ is better than ‘celebrity sounds’

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