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Politics of Race, Gender and Sexuality: Gender Presentations: Images for Your Slide Presentation

About Images

Images and videos created at the time of your topic are also primary sources!

 

It's so easy to find images on the internet, but that doesn't mean that you can freely use them without the permission of the creator OR owner of the image. 
Use the resources we provide below to find images you can freely use in your project. 

 

If you're not sure about the usage rights of an image, please ask us for assistance!

FIND IMAGES IN OUR DATABASES

You may use images from any of the databases on this course guide. Remember that images must be cited and citations ideally appear below the image on your slide.

Britannica ImageQuest

If you have any questions, see
Mr. Padgett, Ms. Taylor, or Mr. Previti
OR email us at 
spadgett@taftschool.org  
  taylorp@taftschool.org
rpreviti@taftschool.org
We're here to help!

Find Images on the Internet with OpenVerse

 

Openverse

More than 600 Million Reusable Images!

Sources of images include Flickr, Wikimedia Commons, and the digital collections of many libraries, archives, and museums

 

All Openverse content is reusable under a Creative Commons license or is in the public domain.
  •  Creative Commons license allows re-users to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, so long as attribution is given to the creator.
  • The public domain consists of all the creative work to which no exclusive intellectual property rights apply. 

 

Best Practices for Attribution with examples; from Creative Commons.