Legally Using Images in Presentations and Publications Online
A picture is worth a thousand words! But when you are looking for the right image to enhance your content or convey a message, it is also worth investigating if and how you are permitted to re-use that content. Images, like other resources, are protected by copyright. Content that you find online may not be free to use.
- Find and interpret terms-of-use for online images
- Understand Creative Commons licenses
- Find safe-to-use images
- Request permission to use an image when necessary
Recommended for: Physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, administrative staff.
Related LibGuide: Copyright by Roxanne MacMillan
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- Experience using chat
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