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Screencast: Finding and using images with non-restrictive licensing.

This screencast will show you how to find free images on the web that are okay to use under Creative Commons licensing. We’ll explore what Creative Commons (CC) is, what each CC license means, how the image can be used … Continue reading

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Using Pinterest in the classroom

Pinterest is quickly becoming a popular way to visually share articles and images, in great part due to its beautiful collage-like scrolling interface. Visual Bookmarking extends Social bookmarking services like http://delicious.com and http://diigo.com to continue to save and share bookmarks, … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Research and Writing on the iPad with Will Howarth

Will Howarth, Professor Emeritus of English at Princeton, spoke to a large Lunch ‘n Learn audience on February 16 about how he uses his iPad as an essential companion to reading, writing, research and travel.
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Tech Spotlights: Finding and Editing Free Images on the Web

Here is the presentation we gave at our Technology Spotlight Session on 4/20/2010. The topic was Finding and Editing Free Images on the Web. Creative Commons, Flickr, and morgeFile were discussed and online free photo editors like picnic and pixlr … Continue reading

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The Commons: How to Search for Non-Copyright Restricted Photos in Flickr

Flickr has just made it easier for you to search photos that do not have copyright restrictions (that are known) on Flickr. The site is called The Commons. If you go to http://www.flickr.com/commons and type in a keyword in the … Continue reading

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