21 Ways to Use Photos in the Classroom is a blog post from We Are Teachers and has some stellar ideas for integrating visual images in your teaching.
ThingLink Blog has twelve super ideas on ways to integrate this free web tool into the classroom.
Where to Find the Best Free Photos and Graphics is a collection from the Site Builder web site.
The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources is a post on the Edublogger blog. For those of you who maintain web sites, blog, update Facebook pages, etc. this is an excellent guide to finding Creative Commons images that meet Copyright requirements.
12 Great Web Based Image Editing Tools that do not Require Registration All the tools are free to use and do not require any software installation. Another great thing about these tools is that they are all very simple to use and have a user friendly interface. Students will definitely enjoy working on them.
SmithsonianPhotos is a fabulous place to find interesting images to spark student imagination. Use them for writing prompts, math problems, or to illustrate a lesson you are teaching.
Glitterfy is a free web site where you can find glitter images, animations, and text. Use it to spice up presentations, web sites, blog posts, etc.
You may be familiar with the Haiku Deck iPad App which is great to use for developing presentations. What you might not know is there is also a web application. Check it out at Haiku Deck.
Have you ever needed to quickly edit a photo to post online but don’t have the correct software on your device.? Here are some great solutions from the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning blog: 6 Web Tools to Edit Photos Without Installing Software
Unsplash is a beautiful royalty free image site you can use with web design, blogs, publishing etc.
National Gallery of Art Images NGA Images is a repository of digital images of the collections of the National Gallery of Art. On this website you can search, browse, share, and download images. A standards-based reproduction guide and a help section provide advice for both novices and experts. More than 25,000 open access digital images up to 3000 pixels each are available free of charge for download and use. NGA Images is designed to facilitate learning, enrichment, enjoyment, and exploration.
Easily remove the background from your photos to create masks, cutouts,
or clipping paths, all done instantly online with ClippingMagic.com
Instantly add beautiful text to your images
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Ten Tools for Cropping, Resizing, and Enhancing Images Online is a great list of resources from Richard Byrne’s Free Technology for Teachers blog.
The 3 Fastest Ways to Get Photos from an iPad to a Computer is an article from iPad Insights blog with easy ways to manage collections of photos from iPhone or iPad.
26 Places to Find Free Multimedia for your Blog has links to free image, audio, and video sites.
Ookaboo has free public domain photos that students and teachers can use in presentations, blogs, web site, and more.
Image Base – Free Stock Photos has dozens of images that can be used in presentations and web sites. They even have a collection of PowerPoint backgrounds students can use.
Movie Clips allows you to search by several key terms including themes. This could be the perfect way to preview and use short clips of video to emphasize an instructional objective.
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Quick Picture Tools This site offers 12 simple and easy online image editing tools.
Big Huge Labs has dozens of creative tools students can use to showcase learning.
Nanooga is an online platform for younger students to show what they know with words and pictures. It is a much friendlier platform than PowerPoint and students can host their creations on the web site.
Xtranormal is a storytelling site where students can turn their words and images into a video.
Mapping Media to the Curriculum – What do you want to create today? This site has visual icons you can click to find places to create curriculum content, assessments, and publish online.