Attributing Creative Commons Pictures in your PowerPoint Slides

Created: Monday, May 27, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Millions of pictures are available online within the Creative Commons license – many of these pictures can be found on Flickr – and typically, most Creative Commons licensed content on Flickr can be searched within three useable categories. You can therefore decide which of these license options work for you, which pictures are available within any of these license options – and then download the picture. That’s when you need to think about another important aspect of the Creative Commons license – and that is attribution.

Learn how to attribute Creative Commons pictures in your PowerPoint slides.

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