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August 04, 2010


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I agree with deviantart as a good source for images, but another site which I'm surprised you haven't included is istock.com, both have a large array of e-learning and m-learning imagery.


Are the images on these sites also royalty free? Can I use these images in courses that I sell?


Check each image that you use. Sometimes they are, and sometimes they are if you credit the source/artist. Sometimes they are not.
Check out the link below for an alternate way to find images that you can use for commercial purposes:

Gillian Walter

These sights have glorious photos thanks you!

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