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As your librarian, I communicate, consult and collaborate with students and faculty; instruct classes, and provide one-on-one research assistance in person, by phone, e-mail & instant messaging (IM).

In addition, I select books, journals, multimedia, online sources and other scholarly materials for the Art History department.

Need help? Just ask -- I look forward to working with you!


Advice on Using Images

Words to the wise:

  • Use public domain material when possible
  • Get license to use image if needed
  • Look for web creator's statement of permissable use and for suggested credit line

Image above created by Scindo and released to the public domain. See explanation.


Fair Use

Fair use considerations:

  • Nonprofit or profit use

  • Creative or factual workImage changed to new work

  • Impact on economic value of work

Fernando Botero,

Fernando Botero, "Mona Lisa" (1977)

— not plagiarism, but parody

    Library Research Databases

    Mason Libraries subscribes to various research databases which contain e-images.  Explore these sources for your visuals -- need more help?  Ask a Librarian! See the rest for InfoGuide for even more resources, including public domain images.

    Part of Images for Academic Publishing (IAP)

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