Images

Images

If you plan to share your work beyond your classroom with an open license, then everything in your course, including the images in your textbook or slideshows, must be:

  1. Content that you created yourself that has an open license applied;
  2. Content that someone else created that has an open license on it (or is in the public domain).
Recommended places to search for openly licensed images

Noun Project
Creative Commons licensed icons.

Unsplash.com
All of the impages you will find in this repository can be reused, modified, and shared for free; more information about the Unsplash license.

Pixabay
All of the impages you will find in this repository can be reused, modified, and shared for free; more information about the Pixabay License.

Flickr
Use license dropdown menu in search results to limit your search to images with Creative Commons licenses.  Flickr has special collections of openly licensed images that can help you represent the students in your classroom.

Google Image Search
From your search results, click on “Images” and then find the usage rights dropdown under search tools.

The Gender Spectrum Collection
Stock photo library featuring images of trans and non-binary models licensed CC-BY-NC-ND.

PICNOI
Stock photo library of diverse multi-racial images licensed under CC-BY.

nappy
Photo library of Black and brown people licensed CC0.

There will be two more steps before your image is ready to share widely:

  1. Add an attribution statement with the creator, title, link, and license information for the work;
  2. Add alt text to the image metadata so that the image can be understood by screen reader users. 

Attribution: Open Oregon Educational Resources CC-BY 4.0

Unless otherwise noted the material on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0  International License.