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Art and Architecture: Cite Your Info!

Copyright Information

Individuals are widely responsible for not only finding the images used in their published works but also for securing copyright permission to use them.  Here are some tools to help you understand your responsibilities and rights

http://www.librarycopyright.net/resources/

  • The Copyright Genie
  • Fair Use Evaluator
  • Public Domain Slider

Citation Help on the Web (MLA)

Art Research FAQ

Art Research FAQ page from the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in NYC - FAQ page on art research at this museum's library; however, many of the tips can be used by anyone interested in conducting art research.

Citing Images

It is important that you cite your images just as you would cite any source that you use in a project or paper.  Here is a link to a great guide to citing images in Chicago, MLA, and APA styles produced by Colgate University.

Citation Help at the Middle Georgia State Library (MLA)

Click here Pdf Document for a brief guide to citing in MLA format.

Ask at the Library Information Desk for complete manual: MLA Handbook, Eighth edition.

Citation Help at the Middle Georgia State Library (APA)

Click here pdf document for a brief guide to citing in APA format .

Ask at the Library Information Desk for complete manual: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Fifth Edition.

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