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    • 1. USING ONLINE IMAGE COLLECTIONS Annabel Astbury & Dean Groom HTAV Annual Conference, July 2010
    • 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. PICTURE AUSTRALIA www.pictureaustralia.org.au
    • 4. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS http://www.loc.gov/teachers/
    • 5. WWII POSTER COLLECTION http:// www.library.northwestern.edu
    • 6. WIKIPEDIA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources#Historical_images
    • 7. FLICKR: THECOMMONS http://www.flickr.com/commons/
    • 8. WHAT CAN I USE? • Copyright issues • Public domain • Referencing • Make image *sourcing* part of the task
    • 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. ANALYSING IMAGES 2.0
    • 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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