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Sophomore Research - Truisms: Finding your Visual Aid
Preparing for Research
Where to start
Finding your Visual Aid
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Use your databases!
Remember that the databases have IMAGES as a source type!
Student Resource Center in Context (Gale)
National Geographic Archive from 1888-1994 includes lots of images.
Art of all types from American History.
Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Collection
Photographs from American History.
A database of 1,815,754 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute.
Don't forget to give credit for pictures taken off the Web. Many of these images are subject to copyright. DO NOT CITE Google as the place you found your picture. Google is a search engine that organizes images for you. It does not create them!
4 free photos
Free Photos offers public domain and free stock images that are able to be previewed and downloaded (and used in presentations, handouts, etc.) at no cost.
Free images for your inspiration, reference and use in your creative work, be it commercial or not!
Flickr: Creative Commons
As long as you provide credit, images from this site can be used without looking for copyright holder information.
Search Flickr, Yahoo!, Google, OWL Music Search, SpinXpress, and BlipTV to "find Creative Commons-licensed media that you can legally share and reuse for free"
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Apr 10, 2020 6:11 PM
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