It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Veteran and Active Military Support: Multimedia
A research guide of recommended information resources for Veterans Support
You may use these multimedia resources for in-class presentations, but if your presentation or paper will be posted to the internet or published in some other way, then you must get the multimedia creator's permission to use the image.
a growing library of digital images, which include Museum events and behind-the-scenes activities, historic photos, and images of collections. Also access to the museaums youtube channel and archived webcasts of lectures and presentations.
58 minutes. Dr. Frank Ochberg shows treatment of PTSD with veterans, why it is important to learn about this medical disorder, and how PTSD affects family and other relationships. Teaches family members and community how they can assist in the recovery process
Images and Multimedia
These multimedia resources are available for in-class presentations and inclusion in class assignments. Permissions are not needed for class room presentations or assignments. Contact the multimedia creator for permissions to post to the internet or to publish in some other way.
Always cite your source whether multimedia, images or graphics as you would any other resource you use. See our guide for Citing Your Sources or ask your subject librarian and/or the Ask a Librarian chat service.
A digital library of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences. Includes a suite of software tools to view, present, and manage images for research and teaching.
A search engine for free photos. These photos are from many sources. Please read the licensing information for the photo before using in your presentations or assignments. Uses are license-specific. You can view a photo's license by clicking on the license icon, below and left of photos.
Many Flickr users make their creations available under a Creative Commons license. It is your responsibility to read the license and note any restrictions for use. Most Creative Commons licenses restrict creations to non-commercial use.
Getty Images allows free noncommercial embedding of 35 million of the images in its stock photography database. For instructions on how to embed an image go to their help page Embed. Embed from Getty Images
The image collection includes natural disasters, bio-terrorism, environmental and behavioral health. Most images are in the public domain. Below the image, a fair use statement will tell you if the image is in the public domain or copyright protected. Permissions are not required for public domain images.