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  • 1. Copyrighted Images Retrieved from www.cmec.ca, November 10, 2006.
  • 2. What is copyright?
    • “ the right granted by law to an author, composer, playwright, publisher or distributor, to exclusive publication, production, sale or distribution of a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work.”
    • American Heritage Dictionary of the American Language . (1969). New York: American Heritage Publishing.
  • 3. Copyright Means:
    • “ For works created after January 1, 1978, copyright protection lasts for the life of the author plus an additional 70 years.”
    • Retrieved from http://www.copyright.gov November 24, 2006.
  • 4. Copyright Means:
    • “ For an anonymous work, a pseudonymous work, or a work made for hire, the copyright endures for a term of 95 years from the year of its first publication , or a term of 120 years from the year of its creation, which ever expires first.”
    • Retrieved from http://www.copyright.gov November 24, 2006.
  • 5. Copyright Means:
    • Owners have exclusive rights to:
      • make copies of work
      • prepare other works based on original
      • publicly display and perform work
      • distribute copies of work to public
        • (sale, rental, lease, lend)
  • 6. Who owns what?
    • Photograph
    • Author (person who took picture) owns image
    • Professional photographer owns image
    • Employer owns image
    • Show respect, give credit
  • 7. http://www.copyright.gov Copyright Law
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  • 11. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov/
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  • 17. Google Images
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  • 20. Images Canada http://www.imagescanada.ca/index-e.html
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  • 27. Note copyright on image
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  • 29. APA does not use image citation Soooo …….
  • 30. To Cite an Online Image
    • Need:
      • Author/artist/photgrapher
      • (Year image was created)
      • Title of work [type of work]
      • Retrieved Month, Day, Year,
      • URL (address of website)
      • Jordan, P. Red cockaded woodpecker [photograph]. Retrieved from http:www.fws.gov October 25, 2006.
  • 31. Basic Format (author)
    • Author. (Year image was created). Title of work [type of work]. Retrieved from URL (web address) Month Day, Year.
    • Example:
    • Adams, A. (1968). MacDonald Lake, Glacier National Park [photograph]. Retrieved from www.archives.gov October 25, 2006.
  • 32. No Author, No Title, No Date
      • Look for this missing information: try clicking on the image, and/or looking at the bottom of the image.
      • Format:
      • [Subject and type of work]. Retrieved from URL (web address) Month Day, Year, from URL.
      • Example:
      • [Untitled photograph of a lion]. Retrieved from www.cites.org October 25, 2006.
    No Author, No Title, No Date
  • 33. Precision ??? Good faith effort required
  • 34. [Untitled image]. Retrieved from www.worldreplication.com October 25, 2006.
  • 35. ANY QUESTIONS?
  • 36. MLA Format
    • MLA-style Citation Format: ( MLA Handbook , 6th ed., sections 5.8.6 and 5.9.9d)
    • Structure :
    • Photographer's last name, first name, middle initial).
    • Title of photograph (underlined or italicized).
    • Original date of photograph (if available).
    • Title of collection (underlined or italicized).
    • Date of posting or most recent update of collection (if available).
    • Current location of original document (if available).
    • Name of project or reference database (underlined or italicized).
    • Sponsoring organization.
    • Date of access and electronic address.
    • Last name, First name Middle initial.  Title of photograph.  Original date of photograph.  Title of Online Collection .  Date of posting.  Current location of original document.  Database .  Sponsoring organization.  Day Month Year of access <electronic address>.
    • Example :
    • O'Sullivan, Timothy H.  Incidents of the War.   c1865.  Selected Civil War Photographs from the Library of Congress,  1861-1865.   12 Jan. 2000.  American Memory .  Lib. of Congress.  2 Aug. 2005 <http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/cwar:@field(NUMBER+@band(cwp+4a40875))>.
    • Note: I used these MLA requirements to construct an APA style image citation. – Mrs. DiPrima 10/08
    • Dr. Neufell needs [ ] information (type of work) to distinguish image items in works cited page. 11/09