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When asked to find images for a project, it is important to observe Copyright laws.

Publicly available material on the Internet: The Bill allows teachers and students to use publicly available material that has been legitimately posted for free use on the Internet by copyright owners for the purposes of teaching and education. For example, a teacher could make handouts that include an illustration from a website that is freely accessible.” (“Balanced Copyright”, Industry Canada and Canadian Hertiage).



Be sure to use easybib.com (see right panel) – consider registering for an account to keep track of your projects.

► Easybib.com:  Select all 59 options tab >> Digital Image  – or click here.


Image Directories

creativecommons  Creative Commons



Image 1:  Copyright for Canadians (red). Digital image. Flickr. ElectronicFrontierFoundation, 12 Feb.2008. Web. 23 July 2013.


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