Answered By: Katie Hutchison Last Updated: Aug 08, 2016 Views: 50
Under the “fair use” rule of copyright law, a person may make limited use of another author’s work without asking permission. As noted in the Fair Use Checklist box:
"There's no one right answer as to what constitutes a "fair use" of a particular copyrighted work. The answer varies from situation to situation."
Here are some suggested guidelines for both photocopying and Sakai at Walsh University:
Using Materials Found on the Internet
- Always credit the source
- If you are using the information on your personal webpage ask permission or simply link to the site
- If you receive permission to use the material keep a copy for your records