Now that you know a bit about copyright, how can you tell if you need to seek permission? The answer is not very comforting: Every image, chart, or table should be considered to be suspect and you should ask the faculty members about where they obtained them. To be able to ask for permission to use material, you have to know who owns the copyright. Sounds as if it should be simple, but oftentimes, it isn’t. Sometimes, the faculty member won’t remember where he or she found ...

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