Last Updated: Dec 7, 2015
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- Google Image Search - Advanced
Second option from the bottom is "Usage Rights"; select "cleared for reuse" from the drop down and search away. Cite image from the source, not the search.
- Flickr: Creative Commons page
Flickr has a CC page; again, since you're creating not-for-profit, educational material, you can stick with the most general option (Attribution).
- Images on Wikimedia
Wikimedia Commons is the media section of Wikipedia. All material on Wikipedia is CC-licensed with attribution (you must cite but you can't alter it or make money).
Great images, but with MorgueFile, you MUST alter the image! These images may not be used as-is.
- Public Domain images
Wikipedia maintains this list of resources for images in the public domain. Additonally, almost any image from before 1923 is public domain.
- Slide Rocket
Online version of Powerpoint; the free service should be more than enough power for all your slide needs.
Available on all Mac computers. Like a shinier, happier Powerpoint.
- Google Presentation
Available under Google Docs in your LREI GoogleApps account. Requires a reliable internet connection. Allows flipbook-style animation, too!