A couple of years ago I published a video and blog post about how to find image metadata. Since then the tool that I featured in that video has gone offline. Today, I recorded a new video that features two other methods for finding image sources and image metadata. 

In the video that is embedded below I demonstrate how to use two tools. The first is Google Lens and its built-in image source tool. The second is a tool called Jimpl that can be used to find image metadata. 

Video – How to Find Image Metadata

Applications for Education

Knowing that image metadata exists and that it can be found with tools like Jimpl is a digital citizenship lesson for every student who is taking digital photographs and posting them online.