eLearning Brothers Breaks into the Stock Photo, Video and Audio World

eLearning Brothers

AMERICAN FORK, Utah — November 17, 2014 — eLearning Brothers today announced that it will offer over 500,000 stock photos, graphics, vectors, videos and audio files to the training and development community. “One thing that really differentiates this offering is that our customers don’t have to worry about complex licensing models that charge extra if an image is used incorrectly.

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10 (Free!) Stock Photo Resources for eLearning

DigitalChalk eLearning

When taking your own digital images isn’t an option, free stock photos become the go-to-tool. We have narrowed it down to 10 FREE stock photo sites , to help you manage your time a little better and find what you need on your budget. Morgue File is an easy to use free photo site, with thousands of high-resolution images. Public Domain Pictures.net is a source for free public domain photos. Free Images has more than 6,000 original stock photos.

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PowerPoint & eLearning: PhotoPin, a New Stock Photo Resource

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by AJ George  I have previously written about  my favorite stock photo resources.    In that same vein I'd like to present  Photopin , a new resource that may be useful in your search for budget-friendly stock photos. The photos are lifted from  Flickr  and are, by and large, Creative Commons  licensed. This type of license allows free use but they'll need an attribution link. (If

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Photo finish

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Vladimir Agafonkin on Flickr Photo finish by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. It was a pleasure to spend some time with Jonathan Worth following his ALT-C keynote in Manchester last week.

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Create A Pencil Drawing From A Photo In Fotosketcher

Learnloft

Create A Pencil Drawing From A Photo In Fotosketcher. Batch processing of files in AKVIS Sketch helps to mechanically flip an enormous variety of photos into drawings, produce cartoons, comics.

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Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning

eFront

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. Free Stock Photos (Update 10/28/2010: suggested by Queralt Suñé ) Nearly 100% of their Royalty Free photos are Free Download.

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Stock Photo Image and Other Media Sources

Tony Karrer

EveryStockPhoto is a search engine for creative commons photos, located in Vancouver, BC. They aim to be a community for designers, developers, photographers and other media publishers who want better, easier access to license-specific media on the web. This is a single integrated search, allowing users to bookmark their photos with private and public tags, and increasingly we will be offering advanced searching options , rating systems and other tools. About 2000 photos. (8)

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Stock photos for your online store or next marketing campaign

Firmwater

BURST is a stock photo platform with high-quality images that are available free of charge under the Creative Commons Zero license. You can crop them to your preferred size and add text or filters with your preferred photo editor. You may think that there are other sites out there that are offering stock photos for free, but we believe Burst was built with the e-commerce entrepreneur in mind. At Firmwater we continuously strive to enhance customer experience.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Pay For Stock Photos

The eLearning Coach

Stock photos and illustrations won’t solve all your graphic needs but there are a lot of uses for them in online learning. Unless you always shoot your own photos, the question is whether you should pay for stock photos and illustrations or use one of the free services. You can find a long list of both types on this Resource page— Stock Photo and Illustration Sites. You can find photos based on a concept, emotion or theme. Clear Licensing Agreement.

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10 Sure-Fire Tips for Creating Your Own Stock Photos

Rapid eLearning

Obviously, this approach doesn’t work for everyone and taking good photos is an art in itself. However, when you get into the office to edit the photo you see that the image is a little out of focus. I had a friend who would always use the lowest settings on his digital camera because he wanted to have room for as many photos as possible. He had room for something like 5000 photos. Share your photos. Why not share your photos?

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How To Find The Best Free Image/Photo/Graphics

Take an e-Learning Break

It also discusses Creative Commons Images - a set of free licenses that allow artists to share their work, while still retaining some of their rights. This article discusses finding the best free images etc. for your blog but I think it's appropriate for e-learning as well. Check out this article: [link

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Making a splash!

Learning with 'e's

As with any other social media platform, there are useful devices such as trending search notifications, API/developer sections and licensing advice, and there are special zones where you can find wallpaper or slide background images. by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Discover—But Don't Misuse—the Wealth of Open-Access Media by Pamela S. Hogle

Learning Solutions Magazine

Learn the ins and outs of open-access media licenses—then enhance eLearning with free photos, graphics, audio, and video. Design & Development Tools Learning Media

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Flickr images for YOU!

E-Learning Acupuncture

Flickr allows its users to grant Creative Commons licenses to their photos and as a result many of these images can be available for YOUR use! There are different types of Creative Commons licenses and Flickr breaks them down for you and categorizes its database of photos accordingly. Take care -Eric PS: The image above was found on Flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Top 15 Websites to Get Free Stock Images

learnWorlds

Using Stock Photos. Stock photos are generic photos that show people, places, and things that are licensed for commercial use. Using Stock Photos. Unsplash offers beautiful HD and sentimental photos that you can use not only for commercial purposes.

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ID and e-Learning Links (12/1/14)

Experiencing eLearning

These images are licensed CC-By-NC-SA. tags: comic graphicdesign images photos flickr creativecommons. 7 Questions You Need To Answer Before Becoming A Full Time eLearning Freelancer – eLearning Industry. Things to consider for those wanting to make the leap to freelance work. tags: e-learning instructionaldesign career freelance. E-Learning Portfolios: Share Your Work – E-Learning Heroes. Sample e-learning portfolios, submitted for an e-Learning Challenge.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Things That Light Up My Life

Learning Visions

photo by tanakawho Whats been lighting up my life this week is when I hear a Subject Matter Expert say, "Lets cut that. Wendy Wickham This work by Cammy Bean is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Tuesday, December 18, 2007 Things That Light Up My Life This is a geeky instructional designer moment. But here it is.

PowerPoint & eLearning: Create Your Own Characters

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Start with a photo. Here are some options: Use your own photo. In this case, you'll be using the photo to create an illustration so it doesn't even need to be particularly high quality photo. Search PhotoPin for images  (but be sure to specify the correct license). In the steps below, I'll create an eLearning character based on this image:      Insert the photo on a PowerPoint slide as large as you can.

ID and eLearning Links 9/29/20

Experiencing eLearning

Klixel8 Klixel8 is a company that creates “High-Res eLearning”: virtual environments with very high resolution photos that you can zoom in and explore. I don’t see licensing info, so it appears to be free to use.

Tapping At My Cubicle (With Apologies to Poe)

Experiencing eLearning

I took a bit of artistic license with this, but this is based on a true story shared by Jeff Goldman. Image credit : cc licensed flickr photo shared by J. Quoth the raven, “Nevermore.” ” Several years ago, I collected several e-learning horror stories for a now-inactive group blog. Jeff’s was by far the best (or worst!) story people shared with me, and I’m grateful that he inspired me to this creativity.

eLearning: Copyright Caboodle

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

What if it's Creative Commons licensed?   More on Copyright   Image and Media Resources: Free Image Sites   Finding Google Images You Can Actually Use   YouTube Adds Creative Commons Content   Photopin, a New Stock Photo Resource   Additionally, I have found a couple more interesting resources about Creative Commons licensing. The second is another stock photo resource that I hadn't previously heard of:  Foter.

Do You Really Know the Terms and Conditions of Your Purchased Media?

E-learning Uncovered

Pick the right license type. Did you know purchased media can have different types of licenses which limit how that media can be used? Standard licenses, extended licenses, and commercial licenses are just a few of the licenses types you can expect to encounter. It’s important to read, understand, and select the proper license for your purchased media. What does the basic license cover? Investigate commercial licenses.

Daily Bookmarks 05/09/2009

Experiencing eLearning

Create a kaleidoscope-like pattern with any photo or image. Images are licensed CC-By-NC. Learning Visions: Describing What You Do: Instructional Design. Fun discussion on how you explain what you do when you’re an instructional designer. I think it might be easier to explain for those of us in online education; most of the time if I say I develop online college courses people grasp the gist of it. tags : instructionaldesign. The Eight Classic e-Learning publications?

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Digital literacies online

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Steve Wheeler I'm currently writing several short online courses for educators, and I've just published the second module in my online series about digital learning. Unported License.

Boom! Coassemble has integrated with Unsplash

Coassemble

When creating your training, photos are your friend! There are over 1 million high-resolution, professional stock photos from a global community of photographers. Each photo is hand-selected by the Unsplash team and they only accept the best, so no matter what you need—you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for. Photos help you connect with your learners in ways words just can’t. Read the license agreement here [link].

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Guide to copyright-free images and other resources

easygenerator

Death to the stock photo. You can signup for free and you will get a pack of free photos in your email every month. A website with links to other free stock photo and video websites. This is a search engine for free stock photos. A ton of free stock photos. A website with images, audio and video most of them under CC license. A website with free images (no photos). Free photos. Some them have watermarks of commercial stock photo websites.

Identification Required to Vote in States

Challacon

Driver’s license, State ID, Passport, etc. Any identification that shows name with address, photo, or signature. The genesis for this research began when listening to White Rage , White Fragility , and How to Be an Antiracist over the summer.

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eLearning Stock Library Tour

eLearning Brothers

Over 500,000+ photos, vectors, videos, and audio clips, ready to download. One of the most impressive things about the Stock Library license is that these assets are royalty-free. I’m sure you have heard, we added an eLearning Stock Asset Library to our offering. You can edit them, adjust them, tweak them, add your logo to them, and show them to as many people as you would like. Want to tear apart one of the video loops in After Effects? No problem.

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Supporting online learners

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Steve Wheeler I have just published a third module in my series on digital learning for the ZilLearn platform. Supporting Online Learners by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Instructor Role 3.5.0: You’re going to love what’s coming… Instructor Profile Pages!

The Be-all and End-all Guide to Creating a Supreme LearnDash LMS

Instructors can use this space to add details such as their photo, bio, expertise, qualification, courses created, ratings, and so on. . This version comes free only to those who have an active license. Jealous much about Udemy’s Instructor profile page? You don’t have to be.

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Free Interactive Game User Interfaces for E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

Below is a screenshot from Deposit Photos. License: free for commercial use. License: free for commercial use. You do have to look at the license agreement to make sure they resources can be used for commercial work. There’s a lot to say about gamified e-learning.

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Top 43 Websites for Free & Paid Stock Video Footage

learnWorlds

Luckily, there is now an abundance of tools and resources to create attractive new videos filled with your brand messages, as well as an ever-growing community of videographers dedicated to offering great stock photos for downloading, royalty-free music, and video stock footage.

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My favorite free images resources for online courses

Matrix

The Creative Commons licensing. But if you choose to not follow the above licensing requirements, you do it on your own (or your company’s) risk. I mentioned that there were seven common CC licenses, but I only listed six. ” In plain English, you can use, share, or modify pictures with CC0 license as you please. A lot of Google Images are under CC1 to CC6 licenses. Death to the Stock Photo. Startup Stock Photos.

An apple for teacher

Learning with 'e's

Photo from Pxhere I had the pleasure to do an speak with Sophie Bailey recently, when we recorded a session for Edtech Podcast. An apple for teacher by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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Personal learning environments

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Steve Wheeler It wasn't that long ago that I was approached by a new U.S. Personal learning environments by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

How I Mastered the Art of Creating Winning eLearning Content in a Few Hours

Your Training Edge

So, when looking for a proper tool, make sure that it provides an option for uploading multimedia content such as photos and videos, as well. There is such thing as too many photos and videos as well. The idea of educating hundreds to thousands of learners at a time used to intimidate trainers and corporates a few years ago. Thanks to elearning that helped turn this dream into reality.

Copyright and Intellectual Property in Instructional Design

Obsidian Learning

In learning and development, and instructional and graphics design, it can be tempting to use such resources to demonstrate a procedure (YouTube video), illustrate a point (funny photo/meme), or simply improve the auditory and/or visual presentation of your content (sound effects/cool graphics). The most common is the Standard YouTube License, which basically allows YouTube to broadcast the video, with the creator retaining the copyright. Photos and Graphics.

Video-Based Learning: Engaging Your Audience with Video Content

CourseArc

Recommendation: Rather than converting boring static PowerPoint slides or stock photos into videos, course designers should consider creating graphics with movement, or videos of the instructor drawing the sketch on a digital screen – like Khan-style video courses. CourseArc also bundles a streaming video license for all of our team, professional, and enterprise clients, which includes the ability to add closed-captioning to ensure all eLearning content is accessible.

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15 Best Image Sites to Visually Enhance Your Online Training Modules

CommLab India

net : You can download free and premium stock photos and illustrations. Here, you can find more than 13,700 free stock photos. FreePixels : Here, you can find over 5,951 free, high-resolution stock photos, classified into 40 categories. Image*After : This website is a large, online, free photo collection. Imagebase : This website has a collection of photos, mostly by David Niblack.

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Top 10 Free Stock Image Sites for E-Learning

E-learning Uncovered

If you can’t afford the popular stock image sites, you might think you’re only option is to take your own photos. In recent years, there has been a huge surge of free stock image sites that offer photos, vector graphics, and even videos! Many of these free stock image sites make their photos available with the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. How you use these free stock photos in your e-learning depends on what you’re trying to create.

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