License for images and graphics. What the educator needs to know.
When we create educational content all of us want graphics or images that relate to our lesson and are attractive to our students. For many of us, the first move is to go to Google and use one of the images that we like from the search engine for images.
For personal use in our class it’s ok and we should cite the source of the material. But what happens when we want to share the content with colleagues or we want it for commercial use? Here, all teachers should be aware of the creative commons licenses and a good place to start with is the website creativecommons.org
pixabay images (those with watermark above meant that they are free)
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