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Fair Use gives the public the right to to use portions of copyrighted materials in some circumstances -- usually for comment, criticism or parody -- freely and without permission of the copyright holder
Fair use of an image does not mean that you don't have to cite the source of the image, you still need to cite the source!
Fair use law is somewhat vague and subjective, and cases are decided on an individual basis.
A guide to copyright issues academics face in their research, publications, and presentations. The research guide was created by Tammy Ravas, Assistant Professor, Visual/Performing Arts and Media Coordinator Librarian, University of Montana.