Citing Images

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Teach students to be ethical digital citizens when they use images and other artwork. Stop worrying about where students get artistic content & how they are crediting artists with fun activities that explicitly teach them 2 ways to cite images.

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Description

Did you know that just because we find an image online doesn’t mean that we can use it any way that we want? Or that Google Image Search isn’t a reliable space to get images for presentations? Neither do our students! 

The included activities teach young researchers and presentation designers where to access images that can be used with an artist’s permission. The activities go a step further and teach students how to cite the images within the presentation and a bibliography. 

💜 YOU’LL LOVE THIS ACTIVITY BECAUSE IT INCLUDES EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO TEACH STUDENTS HOW TO CITE IMAGES; EVEN PRACTICE ACTIVITIES!

💜 YOUR STUDENTS WILL LOVE THIS ACTIVITY BECAUSE IT ALLOWS THEM TO LEARN HOW TO CITE WHILE ALSO GIVING THEM CHOICE IN THE CONTENT THEY INCLUDE. 

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Included

AFTER downloading this resource you’ll get:

3 Standards Based lessons; standards listed below.

Slideshow to facilitate the lessons. Includes live links & interactive components to review copyright.

2 copyright definition activities. Download a sample of one in the preview! 

QR Code handout that links to image hosting sites. This is perfect for students to explore the sites, find images, uncover terms of use, and grab citation information. 

All About Me slides that give students an authentic opportunity to search, use, and cite images. Each slide provides a live link to videos to guide students through copying & pasting images, and how to grab the citation information.

Citing Copyright Checklist keeps students organized when they search and use image hosting sites! Also includes a checklist of the 3 steps to take when using artwork.

QR Code handout. This is great if it’s the first time your students have ever used a QR Code. It teaches students what it is and how to access the QR Code. 

Standards

This activity addresses the following standards:

AASL:

  • Ethically using and reproducing others’ work. 
  • Acknowledging authorship and demonstrating respect for the intellectual property of others. 
  • Including elements in personal-knowledge products that allow others to credit content appropriately.

CSTA: 

  • Use public domain or creative commons media, and refrain from copying or using material created by others without permission.

CCSS WRITING:

  • Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.

ALSO ADDRESSES ISTE STANDARDS