Answered By: Franny Gaede Last Updated: Jun 22, 2022 Views: 27
Parahrasing text and short quotes is common practice in academic writing -- just be sure to give proper attribution to the source if you paraphrase or quote. If you are quoting a significant portion of the work, or a portion of the work that is central to the "spirit of the work", then it is advisable to seek permission.
For use of charts, diagrams, graphs, drawings, cartoons, pictures, and web images in your faculty scholarship, it is always advisable to request permission to re-use from the copyright holder. Visit the Creative Commons libguide for websites that allow public usage of photos, and how to properly cite your images.
Questions? Contact Scholarly Communication Librarian Jennifer Coronado, the contact for our Copyright LibGuide and open ed resources, at 317-940-9549.