Copyright Question Four

Question <strong>copyright</strong> four

Edith needs an illustration of a human heart for her PowerPoint presentation which she will be presenting at a national conference. She finds an image from a textbook first published in 1987. Edith is not sure if the book is in copyright still, so she calls the textbook publishers and leaves a message. She decides she has done enough to pursue the issue of copyright. Has she?

Yes

Incorrect

Edith needs to get permission in writing. This may take a long time, so she needs to plan well ahead. The UT Copyright Clearance Center Annual License does not cover this use because Edith will be presenting the material outside of the UT System. Also, Edith should include any text relevant to the image.

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No

Correct

Edith needs to get permission in writing. This may take a long time, so she needs to plan well ahead. The UT Copyright Clearance Center Annual License does not cover this use because Edith will be presenting the material outside of the UT System. Also, Edith should include any text relevant to the image.

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Photo: “Face – smiling woman with flippy hair” by Greg Peverill-Conti CC BY-NC-SA 2.0