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Two Sources of Free and High Quality Legal Photos

There are two sources of legal photos that I discovered from the lessons of Jomar Hilario’s webinar every Monday evening. Finding free images of high quality is a tedious task Рdue to copyright issues, attribution requirements, or simply the lack of quality. 164 more words

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DS: Finding Legal Images

You can always take ur old pictures or take new ones, anyway, you may also use pictures from the web (((watch out the rules)))

Find copyright free or royalty free resources. 140 more words

Digital Storytelling

Pic Share

Pic Share is an easy-to-use application that really only serves one purpose: to send more than five pictures at a time from your iPad. This would be handy for teachers that would like to provide students with a collection of pictures to use for a project instead of having the students trounce around the internet looking for images. 254 more words


Look at Northwest History!

Two new books in our Good Reads collection allow you to see Northwest history through maps and documents.

Derek Hayes, Historical Atlas of Washington and Oregon (F891.H39 2011 at Good Reads) has lots of maps, as you’d expect from the title, but also includes essays discussing the context and significance of the maps. 436 more words

*Mary Whisner

More on the Goddess of Justice

After our recent post about images of justice, someone asked whether anyone had challenged courthouses exhibiting statutes of Themis, the goddess of justice, on establishment grounds. 192 more words

*Mary Whisner

Images of Justice

It is not unusual to see a statue or a painting of a figure representing “Justice” in public buildings, especially courthouses. The figure on the left is Themis, Goddess of Justice. 61 more words

*Nancy McMurrer