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Melanie Sobie

Hi Mindy,

I also work for a public agency. Here are a list of some of my favorite free image sites, and a couple of video sites. Just be sure to look for the terms of use for each site, since some require attribution and some do not.  Also, you may find some medical illustrations that are copyrighted and cannot be freely used.

http://morguefile.com/

http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Graphics.shtml

http://phil.cdc.gov/Phil/sessionexpired.asp

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

http://www.archive.org/details/FedFlix

http://www.cdc.gov/learning/featured.html

Bryan Jones

@mindy

My company runs a stock photo company for the eLearning industry with lots of people cutouts. Feel free to check it out here: eLearningArt.com

The images there are for sale, but there is a set of free images you can grab from the website. Give me another few hours and I'll also post another free download into the Articulate downloads section for the community to use. I've been meaning to do that. Feel free to use any of those downloads in your courses. I'll post again once they're up. Stay tuned.

Best,

Bryan

Bryan Jones

All- As promised. Here's another set of free e-learning images. I'm releasing these to the Articulate community to use in training courses. In the zip, you'll find:

  • 13 character cutout images
  • 2 background images
  • 2 hand cutouts

Here's the link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2332114/eLearningArt_GiveAways/eLearningArt.com_FREE_images_Articulate.zip

I hope you enjoy!

Best,

Bryan

Bryan Jones

eLearningArt

P.S. Tom, David, or Jeanette- Could one of you please post these in the downloads section of the community? Thanks!