Canadian Clip Art Collection
The Canadian Clipart Collection is a collection of media depicting the diversity of the Canadian Culture. The media may be searched using a custom search routine with options for optimizing and preparing the images for a number of different graphic formats depending upon the intended use. The search engine lets students use simple Boolean logic to search through the images for media suitable for their project. The search engine also lets students create their own personal graphics library as well as providing the ability to add images from other sources. A standard thumbnail sketch opens to a preview image and then presents the option to manipulate and save images directly from the search interface.Media licensed under the Ministry of Education license is copyright clear for educational use in newsletters, web pages, multimedia projects, etc.In addition to standard media, the collection features professionally designed StarOffice, Dreamweaver MX, and Flash MX templates as well as a collection of animated GIF images.
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|Installation : Installed Software||Release date : 2006/06/02|
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All public elementary and secondary schools and school boards and educational programs operated by school boards throughout the Province of Ontario, and further includes First Nation and native schools in Ontario, operating under the Ontario educational curriculum as such curriculum may exist from time to time, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Faculties of Education and Ontario teacher training institutes; For greater certainty the term "Educational Institutions" does not include private schools.
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