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A Guide to Searching Images

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Finding Images using Google Images

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Step-by-step instructions on how to find the licensing filter for finding searching the Internet using Google Images.

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Finding Images using Google Images

  1. 1. Google A Guide to Searching Images Enter your search terms in the single search box. NOTE: use Boolean operators. 1 Choose Images from the navigation menu. 2 Click on small gear icon located in the top right corner. Choose Advanced search from the drop-down menu. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find usage rights. Choose the appropriate license filter, usually free to use, share, or modify, from the dropdown menu. Click Advanced Search. Review results list and select an image. Choose the image you wish to use. Click View Page to find the original image location. Locate attribution. When using images it is essential to give a full attribution of the source of any material used. Sharing images, including making them available on Blackboard or Moodle, is not permitted unless: • you are the copyright holder • you have permission of the copyright holder to do so 3 4 5 6 7 8 The image source may be Flickr, Wikimedia, Creative Commons, or another image provider. 9 Examples for some of the most common instances of attribution: Google Images Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night, 1889 (oil paint on canvas). Retrieved 7.27.11: http://www.vangoghgallery.com/painting/starryindex.html Flickr Images Science Library, UC Irvine by askpang, 2007 (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Wikimedia Commons Featherbed Alley Printshop (2006) by Aodhdubh (CC BY-SA 3.0) For faculty and students to establish and maintain professional and academic integrity, all images used in presentations and handouts (PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.) must be: • used in accordance with copyright law or have received permissions for use • covered by fair use and public domain stipulations • correctly cited The attribution can be placed on the corresponding individual slide with the image or properly listed in a single slide at the end of the presentation deck.

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