Fake diploma

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    This is the piece of paper the school handed to my wife during the graduation ceremony.

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    1. Teacher Support 65 months ago | reply

      Found this on a creative commons search for our charity's survey on new uk diploma requirements. Nice pic. We have it for our survey image at teachersupport.info. Would be cool if your actual name was here for better attribution. -- andy

    2. Simon 52 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for releasing this image under Creative Commons.

      We loved this image so much we used it to illustrate an article about new diplomas taking place on the Isle of Wight.

      Many thanks. Love VentnorBlog

    3. spindoctorjimbo 44 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the great pic! Fake or not, it does the job.

      I used it in a recent article detailing the great work of UNESCO's MOST programme: www.justmeans.com/Most-of-Us-Could-Use-Some-Energy-Guidan...

      (attribution at the bottom)

    4. Ironic Mom 44 months ago | reply

      Great photo. I used it on a post on my blog (with attribution at the bottom).


    5. eklarkins 44 months ago | reply

      Great image! Used it on my site Freelance Writing for SEED.

    6. educationcenter91 42 months ago | reply

      image used in a blog article for accreditededucationonline.com . thanks!

    7. educationcenter91 42 months ago | reply

      used this image at an online school blog found at bachelorbusinessadministration.com

    8. Libeweb 41 months ago | reply

      we published this picture on the website of the French daily newspaper Liberation, as permitted by the Creative Commons Licence you chose.
      You'll find this picture right here:
      Congratulations for your nice work,

      Nous avons publié cette photo sur le site de Libération, ainsi que le permet la licence Creative Commons que vous avez choisie.
      Vous trouverez cette photo ici:
      Avec nos remerciements,

    9. bhiart 41 months ago | reply

      i want this picture to calender 2011 kertas leces

    10. dezzy_love2004 41 months ago | reply

      I want to use this picture for a brighthub article i am writing. I will give you credit but i dont know how to get it?

    11. BundleHQ 39 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this shot available via Creative Commons! We used it for this article:


    12. lettawren 27 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using creative commons! I used your photo to illustrate a post titled "Thinking (Critically) about the Future," in the Citings&Sightings section of the social science website TheSocietyPages.org. You can check it out here: thesocietypages.org/citings/2012/02/08/thinking-criticall...

      Your photo is credited "Photo by gadgetdude via flickr," and linsk to this page. All the best!

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