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Panning for digital image gold Hillary Webb NSCAD University Visual Resources Librarian
Chagall, M. (Painter). (1929). The Rooster. [Painting], retrieved from FADIS.
AGENDA 1.Introduction 2.Copyright 3.Creative Commons licenses & what they mean 4.Creative Commons visual resources 5.Attribute, cite, and link with love 6.Art image resources 7.Archives 8.Photography resources 9.Clip art and illustration
917press.(2008). Copyright is for losers. [Photograph], retrieved from Flickr Creative Commons.
Murphy, W. (2008). Drogheda - Fair Deal Discount Store. [Photography], retrieved from Flickr Creative Commons
PURPOSE What is the purpose of the use? Does it fall under one of the five categories of research, private study, criticism, review or news reporting? – If no, its not fair dealing – If yes, proceed with the next five questions and make a judgment based on the weight of all results
CHARACTER The character of the dealing – were there multiple copies made? Was the copy destroyed after use?
AMOUNT The amount of dealing – what is the quantity of the work taken?
ALTERNATIVES Alternatives to the dealing – was there a non- copyrighted equivalent of the work that could have been used instead?
NATURE The nature of the work Has the work been previously published or is now out of print? Does reproducing the work serve public interest? Is the work in question confidential?
EFFECT The effect of the dealing on the work Is it likely to affect the market for the original work?
Noordegraaf, M. (2009). Creative commons vs. copyright. [Painting], retrieved from Flickr Creative Commons.
Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation.
ATTRIBUTION You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work - and derivative works based upon it - but only if they give you credit.
NON COMMERCIAL You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work - and derivative works based upon it - but for noncommercial purposes only.
NO DERIVATIVE WORKS You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only verbatim copies of your work, not derivative works based upon it.
SHARE ALIKE You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work
Nova Scotia, Crescent Beach by Erica LaBrun, 2007 Flickr Creative Commons
Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation guide to Attributing Creative Commons Materials ingccmaterials.pdf
Wilfredor. Playa La Guardia, Margarita, Nueva Esparta, Venezuela. [Photograph], retrieved from Wikimedia Commons
Zeldis, M. (1973). Coney Island or Brighton Beach. [Painting], retrieved from ARTstor.
Google Art Project
"Polo Team at Fort Needham", Halifax, ca. 1885
Red Cap Snowshoe Club, Halifax, ca. 1890
Curling on the Dartmouth Lakes, ca. 1897
"Camp, Head of Baker's Lake", ca. 1900
Souris tea party, circa 1900 from the PEI Provincial Archives
New Brunswick Public Library Service: Electronic Services
Noort, R. (2012). Promenade. [Photograph], retrieved from Flickr Free Use Photos.
Couple at the campground, Murray Beach Provincial Park, 2007 Images of New Brunswick
Cuba Beach Fashions By Gordon Parks
[Praekestolen, Geiranger Fjord, Norway] (Library of Congress Flickr), c.1890
Sunning on Wofford Beach, by Charles Cushman, 1939 Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection: Indiana University Archives
Online research links - PDF of visual resource links Writing and citing resources - APA style guide for non print resources - MLA style guide for non print resources - Chicago style guide for non print resources NSCAD VRC Library Guide