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Global Sustainability Project   Tags: global_sustainability, sustainability  

Students will identify and research a Global Sustainability Topic and write a research Paper with in-text citations, and prepare a Multimedia presentation.
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Find an Image

Below is a list of sites for images that may be used in your PowerPoint presentation.

  • Flickr  
    Be sure to select the Creative Commons option before searching! Use for photos or videos.
  • FreeFoto.com  
    "FreeFoto.com is the largest collection of free photographs on the Internet (link back and attribution required)."
  • Free Images  
    The only drawback is you have to join this site first.
  • Free Photographs  
    "An online resource for royalty-free stock photographs for non-commercial use."
  • Library of Congress Collection  
    Produced by the Library of Congress and mostly free. Be sure to check the copyright statement before using.
  • The Morgue File  
    "Free images for your inspiration, reference and use in your creative work, be it commercial or not!"
  • Google LIFE Photo Archive  
    Images with copyright restrictions will have a note on the actual image.
  • Pics4Learning
    Thousands of copyright friendly images donated for students and teachers to use.
      
     

    Creating the Power Point

    PowerPoint Step-by-Step Instructional Guide  

    This links you to a website with step-by-step instructions to create a great PowerPoint presentation.

     

    Multimedia Resouces

    Below are links to some multimedia resources. To access Discovery Streaming you need to use the MPS login and password. See me if you don't remember this information.

    Discovery Streaming

    Thinkfinity

    Teacher Tube

       

      Student Made Videos

      Below is an example of a student made video. You may create your on video instead of the Power Point Presentation

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