Q. May I incorporate graphics or images (pictures, cartoons, tables, charts, graphs) into presentations, i.e. PowerPoint presentations?

Answer

Images or graphics found in printed materials may be scanned or copied and placed into a presentation.  When the presentation is done in a face to face situation, you do not need to obtain publisher permission.  However, distributing copies of the image or graphic will require obtaining permission when any of the following apply:

  • Using multiple images from a single source
  • The image or graphic was found in a licensed resource such as an electronic library resource.  Review the “Terms of Use” found on the publishers website to determine if written permission is required.
  • Re-using the image or graphic for multiple semesters
  • Re-publishing in another publication
  • Placing the presentation onto an electronic storage device i.e. flash drive  or printing for re-distribution
  • Last Updated Nov 15, 2016
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  • Answered By Heather Brown

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