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Animals in Winter
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Canada's Pacific Neighbours
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Passport Through Canada
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Copyright Friendly Resources
When using images (or any other material) from the Internet within any classroom project you must credit the site from which you copied the image. If you are creating multimedia projects that will be displayed on the Internet, you must have Copyright permission to use any images within your work.
General rule: check the copyright on each site you use. 'Classroom use only' does not imply use for projects that will appear on the web. No Copyright does not imply permission. You may email site webmasters for permission of otherwise Copyrighted material. (McMillan, 2007)
Copyright 'Friendly' Image Resources for Student Use
- These are resources compiled by Marnie McMillan, Technology Integration Support Teacher, Regina Public Schools.
- Copyright friendly pictures for education. The photographers retain copyright but give permission for use in school projects including multimedia, web pages, contests and fundraising. Citing the source is still necessary.
- These images and clipart remain the copyrighted property of Classroom Clipart. They may be used for classroom project including video, web pages, multimedia. The image must include this link "Image Provided by
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Digital Images and Copyright Information
- Here is more information about using images and how to watch for copyright restrictions.
Copyright "Friendly" and CopyLeft Images and Sound
- A list of sites compiled by Joyce Valenza, Teacher-librarian, Springfield Township High School. Please be aware that copyright laws are different in the United States and Canada.
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