Started in 1999, Pics4Learning is a safe, free image library for education. Pics4Learning is designed to make it easy for teachers and students to find and use copyright-friendly photos and images for classroom displays, multimedia projects, web sites, videos, portfolios, and more.
Recent updates to Pics4Learning make the layout easier to navigate, make more connections to curriculum, and make searches faster and more accurate.
Some of the most popular collections are now on the home page with previews of the types of images included in the collection to make it easier for users to get to the content they need.
Lesson Plans for Visual Learning
Pics4Learning now includes lesson plans that help students meet Common Core State Standards. Lessons include links to collections of images that support student work in areas like symmetry, ancient civilizations, and the rainforest.
Changes to the search algorithms make it easier for students to find images on Pics4Learing for their projects and provide better results for multiple word searches, like Big Ben, Ayers Rock, and George Washington. Categories and subcategories now also include images, so young children don’t need to read to find the image they need.
The Pics4Learning collection contains over 36000 images thanks to professional and amateur photographers, as well as students and teachers who contribute their work to the collection.
Thanks to these contributors, the Pics4Learning collection of copyright-friendly images for education keeps getting better and better!