As librarians, we stand for ethical use of information, and we strive towards it. In our digital world, it is imperative to have netiquette, responsibility, and respectability online. Since, we are all using media, sharing content, and teaching using digital tools o share information. When creating content, we use images to support our content, make a parallel connection with information and the image, create a stronger response and impact in our teaching by using pictures and videos. But, how many of us think to take the time to attribute the images and give credit, where credit is due.
We are not sure how to give credit to the images. Creative Commons Approach called ‘TASL’ enables us to share, and acknowledge pictures that are in the sharing domain.
T – Title of the original image
A- Author of the image
S – Source (link) to where the image exists
L – Licence attributed to the image
And, finally, if you have created a poster, then it is essential to share under which license it was designed. A sample of this is attached below. Creative Commons offers several licenses. Please check out the details here. Copyright free images poster, for you to download.
Copyright Free Images by Silky Vyas is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at https://creativecommons.orgPermissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.pics4learning. com,https://www. photosforclass.com,https:// openclipart.org.