|Jean LeLoup & Bob Ponterio
You can find a lot of images on the WWW that are actually free or in the public domain. Below are several links to collections of images that you might want to use. Always make sure the images are copyright free and/or in the public domain, and follow the instructions placed on the page for use of these images. It is generally wise to include a note on your page identifying the source.
School clip-art (free)
And many more. Just search the web for - free clip art - or - clip art - and a word describing what you need..
More Free clip art:
Royalty-Free Clip Art Collection for Foreign/Second Language Instruction:
UVic's Language Teaching Clipart Library:
The Internet Picture Dictionary:
Downloading images and clip art from the WWW: If you are using
a pc, right-click on the image or graphic and a dialog box will appear.
Select "Save image as . . ." and
save it in the appropriate folder on your disk. Change the name to something
meaningful so you can recognize it in the future. If you are using a
Mac, click on the graphic and hold the button down until a dialog box pops
up. Then choose "Save image as . . ."
and save it in the folder you have designated for your project or your favorite