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OCTOBER 24, 2010 [Clipart, Photography] Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning
News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 10/24/2010 Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning As an e-Learning developer I had to invest a lot of time to find images for my e-Learning projects. As a result, I had to do a research and find the best FREE stock photo sites. by Christopher Pappas M.B.A.,
| | TONY KARRER
NOVEMBER 20, 2007 [Clipart, Photography] Stock Photo Image and Other Media Sources
Mashable's 90+ Online Photography Tools and Resources. MorgueFile.com offers stock photographs in high resolution digital. Stock Exchange offers high quality images taken around the world by amateur photographers. If you have an interest in photography, you can even submit your own pictures. TurboPhoto provides free stock images from 10 categories all of which are in the public domain. Weird - after posting, I just saw a post in my blog reader from HeyJude - Find free images online - my list! She points me to (I don't have time to clean this up. Sorry.)
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DECEMBER 1, 2011 [Clipart, Photography] Setting the Mood: Top Tips for Adding Stock Music to Your E-Learning
It actually generated applause in the middle of the session, and I guarantee that wasn’t due to its cutting-edge custom photography, innovative special effects, or vibrant color scheme! Depending on the source, stock music can be expensive and in a climate in which it’s hard to get any purchases approved, it may be viewed as frivolous. Here are my top tips for finding and working with stock music. But assuming you’ve determined that using some music is a good design decision for your project… Try stock photo sites you already use. Show restraint.
| | THE LEARNING GENERALIST
APRIL 3, 2010 [Clipart, Photography] 6 Mistakes you should never make as a Presenter
Don't use age-old clipart If bullet points are bad, clipart is worse. decade old, cheesy, overused clipart makes you look as if you were too lazy to click a photograph or search for a 'meaningful' image from the internet. It's perhaps a bit unfair to generalise all clipart as bad. In today's blogpost I want to touch upon one of my other favourite topics - presentations.
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DECEMBER 17, 2009 [Clipart, Photography] Really…Were These the Best Images We Could Find?
JOIN THE CRUSADE…NO MORE CHEESY, ANIMATED CLIPART! There are tons of stock photography sites online. How many times have you seen images like these? Images are an important part of online courses. The trick is that the images we use must enhance the instructional qualities of the content. The images must also look professional and give the learner confidence that the material is accurate. The images above do not look professional and certainly do not give me a feeling that I can trust the course content. So what types of images could we use? Launch Simulation.
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