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Images For Your Projects

We know that the image feature in google is popular with students and teachers because it is so easy to use. But the truth is that most of the images found on google are protected by copyright and require permission. Librarians often call google images the “shark tank” of copyright. Students need to be aware that giving credit is not the same as having permission to use an image. We recommend students and teachers try one of these “copyright friendly” sites instead. Be sure to pay attention to the “terms of use” for each of these sites. It can vary for each website and even for individual images within one website.

 ( * denotes sites that do not require attribution)

Britannica Image Quest

Database of millions of rights-cleared images from one trusted site


Creative Commons photos to share and use in projects.


Looking for high resolution stock photos for your illustration, comp or design needs? Search morgueFile for free reference images. Yes, they're all completely free. whether you're an illustrator, art director, instructor or looking to add a defining visual to a presentation.

*EduPic Graphical Resource

Educpic Graphical Resource is a teacher designed free image resource for educators and their

students. All images contained within are free for use by education professionals and the students

they serve without permission.

Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning

collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur

photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to

use all the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.

Library of Congress

This is a great place to find primary sources

NASA Images

The most comprehensive compilation of NASA stills, film and video. Students may use the images for

school projects as long as they credit NASA