Finding Great Images for Reuse

Finding Great Images for Reuse

$99.00

What You Learn:
Improve your knowledge of Creative Commons licences to find great images to reuse and remix.
 
Delivery Method:
Online, at your own pace.
 
Duration:
60 minutes.
 
More course details below.
 
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Overview

  • Do you spend too many hours searching for just the right image to add interest to your poster, website or presentation?
  • Do you feel confused about what images can be reused and remixed without fear of breaching copyright laws?
  • Do you want to get a handle on copyright in digital spaces without getting bogged down in the complexities?

 
If you answered ‘YES’ to at least one of these questions then Finding Great Images For Reuse is for you.
 
The purpose of this course is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to successfully find digital images that are suitable to reuse and remix. Learners are introduced to Creative Commons licences and other image usage rights commonly used in digital spaces.
 
This course focuses on the constructive element of digital literacy and can be taken in conjunction other digital literacy courses, or on its own.
 
This course is delivered online and is self-paced.

Learning Outcomes

Engaged learners who complete all the course content and activities will improve their ability to:

  1. Understand how the Images For Reuse Blueprint can be used to discover digital images that are suitable to reuse and remix.
  2. Understand the basic principles of copyright protection.
  3. Recognise Creative Commons licences help people share their copyright works for reuse.
  4. Find images for reuse and remix.
  5. Improve your knowledge of Creative Commons licences and usage rights to find great images to remix and reuse.

Course Facilitator

Sally PewhairangiWith over 15 years’ library experience, Sally has worked in a range of libraries and through her business, Finding Heroes, is on a mission to encourage more “dare to do different” conversations amongst New Zealand library staff as she believes there is so much we can do together, as individuals, to make our lives easier and of greater relevance to our customers.

 

Sally has written more than two dozen articles for LIANZA's Library Life and is an Aurora Alumni. Sally has tribal links with Ngāti Porou, Te Aitanga-ā-Māhaki and Whakatōhea.