Please use Creative Commons Images for your presentations. Remember to cite your sources using the MLA Format in Easy Bib

Tech Tools to help students for Learning Needs. Open sourced font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia. Listening to text on your computer, speech to text and other tools.

Here is the list to all the Web 2.0 Tools

Citing Images

5 Tools to help organize, curate and share resources 5 Tools to use instead of Google Slides

Save, Curate and Share
5 Presentation Tools

5 Infographic and Visualizing Tools 5 Tools to create Interactive Quizzes

5 Infographic - Visualizing Tools
5 Tools for Quizzes

5 Tools to Create Videos 5 Tools to Create Comic Strips

5 Tools to Create Videos
5 Tools to Create Comics

5 Tools for Creative Posters 5 Tools to create Avatars, Cartoons

Tools to create posters, graphic designs...
Tools to create avatars, cartoons

Pics4Learning Free copyright and friendly images

Compfight & Creative Commons Image Search You can find copyright friendly images. Compfight is an image search engine tailored to efficiently locate images for blogs, comps, inspiration, and research. Please respect all copyright licenses.

Stock.xchng is a website providing free-to use stock photography and illustrations, its name being a reduced version of "stock exchange".

Wikimedia Commons

Clip Art ETC from Florida’s Educational Technology Clearinghouse offers over 38,000 pieces of clip art for students and teachers.


Nasa has made their entire collection of images, sounds, and video available and publicly searchable online. It’s 140,000 photos and other resources available for you to see, or even download and use it any way you like.

Larry Farlazo has several copyright free image links on his blog

Copyright Free Videos

Copyright free stock video footage from Videvo, Videezy and/or Movie tools. (Please make sure the videos selected are under creative commons license.) Pexels and more

Youtube Editor (Only if you have a account) Creative Commons (Select Media)