Art & Design
ICT can be used to research information, manipulate or create images and to present information.
ICT can be used to research information and collect secondary source imagery, to record, manipulate or create images, and to present information and images.
The internet is a useful resource to find out about artists, artworks and techniques, but don't just copy and paste the text that you find online. Make notes on key points and use these as a basis to explore an artist or artwork in your own words.
It's easy to save images from the internet. You can then print these off and make notes about them
Artists and writers own the copyright for anything they have created. The images of artwork that you research on the internet can be used in your sketchbook as part of your secondary research, but they can't be included in your final piece unless you get permission.
If you make notes from text or copy images from a website as part of your research, note the website address.
Word processing or desktop publishing software can be used to present your written work neatly alongside images.
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