Updated: May 15, 2018
You may use online photos/images for school work …
You need to include the website and name of the person who took the photo – most student put this information by the caption they write for the photo. If the photographer’s name isn’t known, write down the company connected to the photo.
Flickr – Creative Commons This website has millions of photos.
Here is an example of how to report where you got the photo:
Mother polar bear with her cub. Some rights reserved by NOAA Photo Library http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/
I gave credit to the owner of the polar bear photo = NOAA Photo Library and I included the website address. That’s it. I’m done and I’ve acted fairly.