And the copyright has been sorted out as well
The National Education Network Image Gallery has a mass of useful images, videos and audios for you to use in schools.
It’s been pointed out to me that sometimes the search methods can be a bit ‘challenging’. There’s also very little to help you navigate (if there is, I couldn’t find it). So – here goes.
On the Teachers Page of the gallery is a very instructive document on how to download images and find either by browsing or by using the advanced search.
So – what about the basic search button?
Let’s see a few terms – I know my daughter put on a picture of a red squirrel. So let’s see what that gets ..
Changing our search term to
When you have the display on screen, the slideshow button gives you a slideshow of your search results.
A potential use in a school?
Pick a subject – for example Thames.
When the results show, select slideshow,then use one of the transition options and adjust the timing – this could make a great introduction to a subject – or even – ‘do you know what it is yet?’
Could your colleagues benefit from easy to access, safe images? How much more powerful will the gallery be if more people add material to it?