Please note: You must cite the sources (images, videos, books, websites, etc.) that you use in all of your assignments, and provide the links to where you got the information from. Make sure that you are allowed to use all of the images and sources you use . Check the copyright and Creative Commons License before using.
Citing your sources
This APA Quick Answers – References guide explains how to cite the resources that you will use to complete your projects. You should bookmark this site for easy reference.
Throwaway or Disposable Email Accounts
If you need to temporarily sign up for a tool or to access a website to complete a class activity here are the 10 Best Disposable Email Services for a Temporary Email Account
This resource provides information about How to properly search for and attribute creative commons photos, Lee Watanabe-Crockett, Feb 28, 2017
Images and Photographs for your projects
Here are many different places to find images for your projects:
- Unsplash Beautiful, free photos, gifts from the world’s most generous community of photographers. This is my go to site for images.
- Search the creative commons
- Getty Open Content – The Getty makes available, without charge, all available digital images to which the Getty holds the rights or that are in the public domain to be used for any purpose. No permission is required.
- The Noun Project for icons
- Open Clip Art Library
You can also take a look at 15 Awesome Open Source Image Resources for Every Visual Project Global Digital Citizenship Team, Jan 5, 2018
Learn how to take your own photos to use in your projects: Smartphone Photography 101
Royalty Free Music and Sound effects
Enrich your project by adding music or sound effects. Just make sure you cite anything you use.
Here is a GIF Maker from Gipfy.com