Discuss Readings, Credit Lines, Google Sites Tips & Techniques
Handouts (as PDFs unless otherwise indicated)
- My Public Domain web page
- A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies
- Flickr & Creative Commons
- Flickr & The Commons
- Image I Practice (National Archives)
- Image II Practice (USGS)
- Image III Practice (NASA)
- Image IV Practice (U.S. Air Force)
- Read p. 11-50 in The Non-Designer’s Design Book for next week Monday
- Read Graphic File Formats section in ES Wiki for next Monday
- Intellectual Property Quiz is next Wednesday October 21
- Intellectual Property Practice I & Answers
- Intellectual Property Practice II & Answers
- Credit Line Practice
- Use appropriate credit lines and attributions on images used in the production of instructional materials including: desktop publishing, word processing, presentation graphics, web pages and other multimedia projects.
- Gather the correct credit line, attribution and citation information for an image from the web, a CD or print material.**
- When given a scenario, determine whether a particular piece of media can be used, the appropriate credit line if it can be used and the appropriate location of the credit line if it can be used.**
- Describe the design principles of proximity and alignment. Provide examples of each principle.
- Describe two things to avoid when working with proximity or alignment in a design.
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of GIF, PNG, TIF and JPG formats.
- List the three types of graphic file formats used on web pages.
- Define the terms lossy and lossless.
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Last updated October 9, 2015