Last Updated: 08/30/2019 14:50
Remember, you want to use copyrighted material in such a way as to not end up in a lawsuit. Sure, you may prevail in court, but at what cost? You may win your case, but be seriously financially damaged, so please think carefully before using copyrighted material without permission.
Does the Library or CLEAR subscribe to royalty-free images that instructors can use?
I found an image on the Internet that I'd like to use in my online course. What are the rules for using it?
I need to find images for my course that I can use legally. What do I do?
May I use a thumbnail of an image as a link?
May I link to art that is displayed online?
How do I properly cite an image found on the web?
How do I protect my own images once I put them online?
1 - Goldman v. Breitbart News Network, LLC, 302 F. Supp. 3d 585, 591 (2d Cir. 2018) ("In our view, a website's server need not actually store a copy of the work in order to 'display' it").