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Citing Sources: Chicago Style
The Chicago style of citation are used in both the humanities and social sciences. While it is the preferred style in art and art historical research, always check with your instructor to determine which citation style you should use during your research.
Understanding Copyright & Fair Use
It can be tricky to understand issues surrounding copyright and fair use, especially as it concerns art and visual imagery. What kinds of things are under copyright? What does it mean for something to be fair use? What is creative commons? Please look the the guide Copyright Across Campus for further information on these issues.
Using Images & Fair Use Standards
Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts
Published by the College Art Association (CAA), this guide describes how fair use can be used and implemented when using copyrighted materials in scholarship, teaching, museums, archives, and in the creation of art.