A graphic is an image or visual representation of an object. Therefore, computer graphics are simply images displayed on a computer screen. Graphics are often contrasted with text, which is comprised of characters, such as numbers and letters, rather than images.

The visual representation of information, data, or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly to the viewer

Animated graphics with text as a major component. They can be used to add greater “flair” and “excitement” to a course with the varied combination of animations, videos, and audio choices.

Documents can be enhanced with images, colors, engaging layouts, and interactivity via electronic publications (e-pubs) and Interactive Learning Objects.

IRC recommended dimensions for banners on the Canvas pages are 1064x369 for the course landing page, and 1200x300 for Module Banners.

Rights Free Images

Where can rights-free images be sourced?

High-quality images bring life to your presentations. The MM Team can create images for you, but there is also the option of sourcing images from sites.

For more copyright information and image sources, please download the JH Libraries Copyright Tips of Faculty document.

*Collection gallery requires membership. Please contact the multimedia team for assistance in acquiring content.

Our Document Templates

For assistance with the AAP Document templates and Rights Free Images please contact the Multimedia Team via the Multimedia Request Form.