Copyright and Image Attribution
If you include an image or video in your paper or project from the sites on this page, they are all protected by copyright. While using public domain images or images with creative commons licensing is a best practice, if you do include an image or video from one of these sites, at the minimum, you need to provide proper attribution for it.
The format for image attribution should look like:
Type 2 Diabetes Prevention by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Medical Association (AMA), n.d.
Title of image/video [linked to original image], by Author [linked to profile page], Date (if known, or n.d. if not known)
Inclusion of such an image may or may not be allowable under the Doctrine of Fair Use. Read about the factors that make up Fair Use on our Copyright: Fair Use LibGuide.
So, in conclusion:
The Advocate by Pride Publishing Inc., June 20, 2006
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