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We want to see all resources at least once before the winter break so please return or renew them today! Overdue notices will be distributed Wednesday, December 19th.
In the meantime, check out our newest titles to the left. All resources checked out starting today are due Monday, January 7th, 2013 (first day back).
So we’ve talked about the ethical use of images in the library before. You know that you can’t just download an image from the internet and call it your own. So how do you find images that are free to download and use?
There are sites that provide ethically sourced or free images such as Creative Commons and istock but did you know that Google does as well? You must create a filter for it first. Here’s how:
1. Go to www.google.ca (or .com)
2. Click on “Images” tab and search for an image.
3. In “Options” (far right, beside safe search moderate), choose “Advanced Search.”
4. Located towards the bottom of the search fields, select “usage rights”. Choose one of the “free to use” options.