How to search for high quality, copyright free images

Technical Tutorial Published 8/1/14 Last updated on 2/28/20

This is my first video tutorial. I just learned how to do this in Captivate. Any suggestions would be great. I am willing to redo.

I am having trouble uploading the video so please access it from this link.

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1-2 Hours
ISTE Standards
Students: Empowered Learner, Students: Digital Citizen

This is a "how to" tutorial. All that is needed is access to the Internet.

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Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 9/2/19 7:52:20 PM Permalink

​Really helpful Thanks for sharing


Posted on 4/18/17 9:17:02 PM Permalink

Angela Wong

Posted on 3/1/17 7:51:33 PM Permalink

​This is wonderful and very relevant to my classes. Thank you for posting this!

Scott Gillard

Posted on 10/7/16 1:50:52 PM Permalink

Thanks Katherine you have just taught me how to correctly source images.​

Shelly Gooden

Posted on 6/15/16 3:06:34 PM Permalink

Thank you Katherine!

Mina Waters

Posted on 1/26/15 9:20:35 AM Permalink

Great resource Katherine. Most people dont concern themselves with copyright when using images from the web.

Patrick Harrison

Posted on 1/5/15 7:27:22 PM Permalink

For images go to It is very useful but the name sounds terrible.

Dayana Boutin

Posted on 10/20/14 8:19:48 PM Permalink

As a new Captivate user, its great to see the potential of this tool for creating tutorials. You did an excellent job! Thank you for sharing.

Imani Cheers

Posted on 8/18/14 4:33:45 AM Permalink

This was really good! I would recommend increasing the volume a bit. I had mine all the way up and it was hard to hear you!

Eliot Attridge

Posted on 8/4/14 10:58:40 AM Permalink

I can't locate the resource to look at? Can you have another go at uploading it (or giving the address)?