You’ve completed the research, developed an outline, composed and practiced your speech. Now all that is left to do is create the visual aid.
Don’t let blurry, low-resolution images distract your audience or detract from your insightful commentary. You can move beyond Google Image Search to find powerful, high-quality images that help emphasize and clarify. Find free images online with creative commons licenses or through licensed resources at Penn Libraries.
- 11 million media files
- No registration required
- Licensing – GNU Free Documentation License, Creative Commons, public domain.
- 350,000 image files, with tutorials for photo editing
- Requires registration (free)
- Licensing – varies
- Nice advanced search option
Don’t forget Penn Libraries’ image collections!
The Fisher Fine Arts Library Image Collection has a beautiful searchable selection of over 180,000 digital images.
Check out the library’s eresources for collections of general and special interest image including the AP Photo Archive (over 1 million photographs) and ARTstor (over half a million images of art, architecture and archaeology).
Another viable option…