Many images are perfectly fine to use on our webpages:
- photos we have taken ourselves
- graphics we have created ourselves
- public domain images
- images with certain Creative Commons licenses
One resource we have in Barrington 220 about our copyright responsibilities is the Copyright and Fair Use General Principles section of the school opening presentation that covered a variety of “mandated” information. You can review the copyright section here.
|Often, images found on the Internet include a "watermark," indicating that|
they are copyright by someone else and, therefore, not free to use.
(This is one of my own photos with a watermark I added for illustrative purposes.)