10-Rep Learning ~ Teague's Tech Treks

Learning Technology & Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague


Free Stock Photo Sites

The Ultimate list of for eLearning / Instructional Design

Christopher Pappas lists websites that offer photos and pictures for instructional design and eLearning.

  1. PublicDomainPictures.net is a repository for free public domain photos. You can download high quality photos, upload your own pictures, earn money to charity, get exposure and gain popularity and improve your photographic and graphic skills.
  2. FreeImages is not just another clipart graphic site!….  more than 6000 original stock photos all for FREE! Free images is a high quality resource of digital stock photographic images for use by all. All images in their collection are free to use on websites and printed materials.
  3. FreeFoto.com is made up of 132232 images with 182 sections organized into 3630 categories.
  4. Free stock photos, easy to download, easy to browse. Use them for commercial or personal design projects of any kind! Some are even public domain, so you can use those for whatever you want. Whether you’re looking for free stock designs for your project, free stock photography for your next big design or something in-between, freestockfor.us is your resource for quick downloads!
  5. FreePixels offers free high resolution stock photos for use in both personal and commercial design projects.

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Webinar Sanity and Success with an iPad 1:1

One Month From Today:

Mobile devices can transform education–if you can manage them effectively. Join Darryl LaGace of San Diego Unified, home of a large-scale iPad 1:1 deployment, for tips, tricks and best practices integral to making a mobile learning program safe and manageable. You’ll also hear about why mobile learning is an important consideration for schools; the challenges that make MDM different for schools than businesses; and solutions designed just for K12. Learn from a real-world story, see exciting new solutions, ask your questions, and join a discussion that everyone in education is asking: How can we make mobile learning really work in our district?

Mobile Device Management: Sanity and Success with an iPad 1:1
Presenter: Darryl LaGace, Chief Information and Technology Officer, San Diego Unified School District, San Diego, California

Wednesday September 12, 2012
1 pm PST / 4 pm EST
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