How do you search under Creative Commons?

Searching Google for Creative Commons images

  1. Enter your search term into the Google Images search bar.
  2. Click on Tools.
  3. Click on the drop-down menu under Usage Rights.
  4. Select the type of licence you wish to search for.
  5. Click on an image to see more detail and then click on Visit.

How do I find Creative Commons licensed materials?

To help you easily find reuseable materials, Creative Commons has created a dedicated CC Search portal, The Search portal lets you search for reusable content — based on keyword, licence type and type of material — all from the Creative Commons website.

Can I use images from iNaturalist?

When you join iNaturalist you are presented with a “Yes, license my photos and observations so that they can be used by scientists” checkbox. Checking this adds a default Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC) to your content. A license is an agreement you make with someone who wants to use your property.

Is Creative Commons work free to use?

Creative Commons offers licenses and tools to the public free of charge and does not require that creators or other rights holders register with CC in order to apply a CC license to a work.

How do I find out if something is under a Creative Commons license?

To find videos with CC licenses, do a search and then use the “Filter” function to select “Creative Commons.” Vimeo allows you to browse videos by CC license, or you can search for videos by keyword and then use the “Advanced Filters” to select the type of license.

How do I find Creative Commons materials using Google?

To filter your search results for CC licensed content, scroll down in advanced search and set “usage rights” parameters to be “Free to use, share, or modify”. If you want content for commercial use be sure to select the appropriate option. Select the option from this menu that is appropriate to your use.

What does research grade mean on iNaturalist?

iNaturalist separates observations into two categories: “Casual” and “Research Grade.” Research Grade observations are the highest level of data quality and enter into the scientific database that is free to use for research purposes. To be considered “Research Grade,” observations must meet four initial criteria.

What is iNaturalist used for?

One of the world’s most popular nature apps, iNaturalist helps you identify the plants and animals around you. Get connected with a community of over a million scientists and naturalists who can help you learn more about nature!

What are the 4 types of Creative Commons?

There are six different Creative Commons licenses: CC BY, CC BY-SA, CC BY-NC, CC BY-ND, CC BY-NC-SA, CC BY-NC-ND. The letter pairs indicate conditions for use.

What popular websites recognize Creative Commons?

Flickr Creative Commons This is definitely the first website you should visit if you’re searching for Creative Commons pictures.