Finding Copyright Flexible Images using Flickr

Need help finding copyright flexible images for a multimedia presentation? This video offers a step-by-step approach to finding media you can legally use via Flickr. Be sure to pay attention to the license type attached to each image and use only images that do not claim “all rights reserved.”

Want to know more? Click the play button to watch this two-minute video.

 

Please note that the “license type” button also allows you to search for U.S. Government works, which are considered “public domain.” You can use any public domain image in a multimedia project.

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Please let me know if you have questions.

About npiasecki

Instructor of Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Colorado Denver, specializing in 21st century skills, research, and creative nonfiction. Director of the Denver Writing Project, a local site of the National Writing Project's professional network for K through College educators.
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