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Open Resources and Creative Commons

This guide lists sources for finding content that you can use and adapt without worrying about copyright or fees.

Images

Flickr - Do a search, then look at the upper left side of your results. Under License, select the Creative Commons license type that you need.

Library of Congress Digital Collections - Many, but not all, images have no known copyright restrictions. Enlarge images of interest. Under "About this Image" see "Rights Advisory" for more information.  

US Government Images on Flickr - Check rights information prior to using photographs.

Pixabay

Splitshire

Jay Mantri

Picography

Travel Coffee Book

Foodies Feed

Superfamous  Creative Commons license 3.0 - attribution required

Unsplash

Burst

Icons and Pictograms

The Noun Project is a community sourced bank of icons. Many have Creative Commons licenses but you might have to donate a small fee to the creator to use them as you wish.