Simple Search Trick Based on Image Rather Than Text
Images in essays and presentations are great for visual stimulation and for providing examples of your topic. However, have you ever downloaded an image from the web, but didn’t know what site it was from? In this 3-Minute Problem Solver, SimpleK12’s Teacher Learning Community presenter, Jerry Swiatek, shows how to do a simple search based on the image rather than text.
As teachers, we know the importance of citing all sources. But many times we think of citing texts, rather than images. With Google images, correctly citing these images is made quick and easy.
Do you know of other great citing tools? What are some Google Tool tricks you know? Share them with us in the comments below.
About our How to Find Where an Image Comes From Presenter:
Jerry Swiatek is a Google Certified Innovator, as well as a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer. He is currently a District Technology Specialist for the Citrus County School District in Citrus County, Florida, where he works with teachers and students helping them integrate technology into their classrooms. Click here to look at more videos from Jerry.