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The Google Cultural Institute – online cultural resource

The Google Cultural Institute is an online museum that contains millions of artifacts and photos. Teachers and students can visit the website to learn about any topic or organise webquests. Visit the website: http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/ Advertisements

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#InstagramELE challenge

The #instagramELE challenge, originally developed by Pilar Munday, asks students to take pictures of things that represent various vocabulary words. Although it was designed for practicing Spanish vocabulary it an be easily adapted for use in other languages. A brilliant

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piZap – online photo editor

piZap is a free online image editing service that makes it easy to edit photos, apply effects and make collages. It is easy to use by virtue of its simplicity and no registration is required in order to use it.

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How to Choose the Best Images for Your e-Learning

Are you looking for photos to enhance your course? While you are searching, ask yourself the following 5 questions: Does the image reinforce your message? Does it invoke interest or excitement? Does it attract your learners’ attention? Does it convey

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More than 30,000 images free for use

The Museum of New Zealand released more than 30,000 images of art and artifacts to download and re-use for free. You can find images on various domains and topics, from dinosaur teeth to contemporary art. Find out more or search

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Splashbase – free, hi-res photos

Splashbase is a search and discovery wrapper for Unsplash, a site that provides free, do whatever you want, hi-resolution photos. Great resource for illustrating powerpoint slides, online courses, etc. Website: http://www.splashbase.co/

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