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files you can use in the creation of web sites and other media, free of charge. However, do be mindful that there are different degrees of the license, and some of them are for private use only, or they may require that you include an attribution to the original creator. Make sure to read and understand the various licenses, and which one each file you discover uses.
Images found within these searches are free to use (so long as you have selected Creative Commons search). Please be sure to check the author's conditions on the image's use. Some request attribution and other's request no alterations be made to their image.
Choose tools that are going to support your intended learning outcomes for the class. Use the basics of constructive alignment to make sure that you design teaching and learning activities that will help students achieve the intended outcomes, and that your assessment tasks measure those outcomes appropriately. Use rubrics to communicate to students how their work is being assessed.