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An image of a laptop.

Just because an image is available for download on the web, it doesn't necessarily mean you can use it. Use the resources below to help ensure you don't breach copyright in your use of images.

An image of a thank you card.When you're using images in your work or presentation, it's really important that it's attributed and this very useful book will show you just how to do that.

If you're using an image posted on a website, this blog might also prove useful to you.

You thought we wouldn't notice....

An image of a man holding a monocular.

Plagiarism doesn't only happen with the written word. This Arts Award blog discusses whether copying art is plagiarism.

What does copyright law recognise as art?

One of a series of practical videos for artists from Artquest.