USING ONLINE IMAGE COLLECTIONS
                   Annabel Astbury & Dean Groom
                 HTAV Annual Conference, Ju...
WHO IS THIS FOR?
This presentation is for
humanities teachers who are
interested in discovering online
picture collections...
PICTURE AUSTRALIA
   www.pictureaustralia.org.au
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
 http://www.loc.gov/teachers/
WWII POSTER
    COLLECTION
            http://
www.library.northwestern.edu
WIKIPEDIA
                 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources#Historical_images
FLICKR: THECOMMONS
http://www.flickr.com/commons/
WHAT CAN I USE?

• Copyright   issues

• Public   domain

• Referencing

• Make image *sourcing* part
 of the task
ANALYSING IMAGES
• Provenance: where     does it
 come from?

• Content: literal   and symbolic
 elements

• Context: What...
ANALYSING IMAGES 2.0
Photo credits:
Slide
1.Untitled, © Mike Haufe - Fotolia.com Paid image.
2.    Portrait of an articulated skeleton on a ben...
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  • Session 3

    1. 1. USING ONLINE IMAGE COLLECTIONS Annabel Astbury & Dean Groom HTAV Annual Conference, July 2010
    2. 2. WHO IS THIS FOR? This presentation is for humanities teachers who are interested in discovering online picture collections and getting some ideas of how to use them in a history classroom.
    3. 3. PICTURE AUSTRALIA www.pictureaustralia.org.au
    4. 4. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS http://www.loc.gov/teachers/
    5. 5. WWII POSTER COLLECTION http:// www.library.northwestern.edu
    6. 6. WIKIPEDIA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources#Historical_images
    7. 7. FLICKR: THECOMMONS http://www.flickr.com/commons/
    8. 8. WHAT CAN I USE? • Copyright issues • Public domain • Referencing • Make image *sourcing* part of the task
    9. 9. ANALYSING IMAGES • Provenance: where does it come from? • Content: literal and symbolic elements • Context: What was happening when this was produced? • Function: Why was it produced? Who was its likely audience?
    10. 10. ANALYSING IMAGES 2.0
    11. 11. Photo credits: Slide 1.Untitled, © Mike Haufe - Fotolia.com Paid image. 2. Portrait of an articulated skeleton on a bentwood chair, Powerhouse Museum Collection, Gift of the Estate of Raymond W Phillips, 2008, accessed via ‘The Commons’ via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/powerhouse_museum/2980051095/ 9. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/a/a2/20060805084709!Tom_Roberts_-_Shearing_the_Rams.jpg 3.
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