"Information on this page
1 Intro to copyright, fair use and images in posts
2 Intro to creative commons
3 Flickr Creative Commons Images
4 Finding Creative commons images
5 Adding images from Compfight to posts
6 Adding images using the Compfight plugin
7 Free and public domain images
8 Attributing free and public domain images
9 Sources of free and public domain images
10 Using own images
11 Using student photos online
12 Your Task
"Leeman's July 9, 2014, Edublogger post pointed to a number of valuable sources of free images. Yet I'm wondering whether this resource wouldn't survive and possibly even grow if it were to provide seed content for a broad collective endeavour. Some parallels that spring to mind are Levine's 50+ web ways to tell a story wiki (http://50ways.wikispaces.com/50Contribute), and Tom Barrett's interesting ways crowd-sourcing endeavours (http://edte.ch/blog/?page_id=424)."
Teitelman's three top picks for free, easy-to use, online tools for editing images were: 1. Picadillo, 2. Pixlr, and 3. Fotor. Comments also mentioned a fourth, PicMonkey< three or four time in a fortnight.