“What’s that funny black stripe under the pictures on your slides?” How to become an “Xpert”

mossposs

I am lucky enough to work in an institution which invests in eLearning and our team have some great tools which I make use of on a regular basis. It’s one of their inventions that I’d like to introduce you to, as I am often asked about it due to its rather visible presence on Power point slides.

Now I am generally a good law abiding citizen, but up to a couple of years ago I must admit that I was prone to “borrowing” the odd picture for presentations. And that’s not fair. Pictures on the internet still belong to someone, and even though I was always good at crediting the owner, and usually tried to get permission, this grey area of picture use was troubling.

Sometimes you have moments as an academic that really make you content with the talent around you, and it was a moment like this…

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