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Media for Class Presentations: Inclusive Representation: Home

Finding media to use for class presentations can be tricky, especially when it comes to resources that include BIPOC, people with disabilities, and more. This guide highlights inclusive images and audiovisuals from the DMU Library and beyond.

A Note About Fair Use

In general, the use of media in class presentations qualifies for fair use, meaning you may use images, video, etc. without permission of the copyright holder (but must provide proper attribution). However, some resources have particular guidelines for use. Please see the "Determining Fair Use" tab in this guide for more information.

An Indigenous Two-Spirit person calls the elevator up by tapping the floor button with their prosthetic leg.

An Indigenous Two-Spirit person calls the elevator up by tapping the floor button with their prosthetic leg.

Photo attribution: From Disabled and Here, by Chona Kasinger.

Library Resources

.Dermatology of All Skin Types and Dermatology Skin of Color icons

From the homepage, click on the Dermatology Skin of Color icon to begin building a differential diagnosis. The lesion types display in darker skin tones. Once you enter your findings, your differential diagnosis shows dark skin images first. However, you can easily toggle between skin of color and all skin types

Other Resources

If you have additional resources you think would be appropriate for this guide, please contact Gina Schlesselman-Tarango

Phone: 515-271-1537
Email: library@dmu.edu