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  • So you found this great image or video and you want to use it in your research paper or creative project. How do you figure out if you can use it? Here are some common questions and their solution(s):

     

    Can I use this idea from a book or article in my paper?

    Yes - just make sure the cite the source properly in your paper. This means a direct quotation or paraphrase and an internal citation. Then you would include the full citation in the references, bibliography or works cited page. One great resource for help with citing is the Purdue Owl website.

     

    Can I use this image in my paper?

    More often than not. Again the circumstances are important. If you are citing and discussing an image critically, often a proper citation will be fine for a course paper. If you are writing to publish the paper then you usually have to receive permission from artist/owner of the work. Another situation where you would have to receive permission is if you want to alter or build upon the work. All this is not applicable if the image is in the public domain or if the creator has waived copyright or licensed the image under a Creative Commons license.

    For more information about image use and copyright please see the guide to Finding and Using Images.

     

    Can I use this YouTube video for my project?

    Depends on the project. If you want to use the video for a course presentation or paper just make sure the credit the creator of the video. If your project is a video project, you will probably need permission from the creator in order to use parts or all of the work. If your project takes the form of a website, you can link the original video or use the embed code from the video (if provided) and the video will be hosted through a site like YouTube, but be embedded in your website.

     

    Can I use this song on my website? On my video for a course assignment?

    Potentially. It depends on the song. A copyrighted song you would have to get permission from the artist or owner. If that isn’t possible there are thousands of songs under Creative Commons licensing. Just do a search through their website.

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