Think about where we might look for images to illustrate our presentations. Google Image Search is one way to find images.
When we type a search term into Google Image Search (or other web page), this is transmitted as numbers across the internet to a web server. The web server runs a program to produce a web page of results, which it sends back, again coded as numbers. The computer then converts the numbers to HTML and displays this on the screen.
Watch the video below to help understand how the internet works:
Add images from the Google Image Search results into their presentation by saving to your computer and then inserting. You can add a text label to show where the image came from. Remember to save your work.