SDU has an agreement with Copy-Dan Billedkunst, which means that you can use pictures from the Internet and from books in your lectures, teaching, and papers.
According to this agreement, you are allowed to:
According to the agreement, you are NOT allowed to:
Always remember to cite your sources.
Please note that a number of artists and photographers do not permit use of their work. You can find a list of their names here.
Pictures/Photos for external use:
If you need illustrations for documents which are to be shared outside your institution, you need to get permission from the copyright holders. Alternatively you can try to find pictures that have a Creative Commons (CC) license or similar.
Read more about Creative Commons here: http://www.creativecommons.dk/
As an employee or student at SDU you have access to the image archive Colourbox, which provides free access to pictures, videos and illustrations: http://www.colourbox.dk/
NB: always write Colourbox in the byline space beneath the pictures
Please go to Blackboard for further information. Click the Library tab.
The materials can be used freely, for anything from marketing/commercials to teaching and papers or articles.
The pictures can be uploaded to websites or printed.
Please see SDUnet for further information.
Only for your own personal study and research purposes.
Students and staff at SDU and the employees at OUH and the Regional hospitals in Southern Denmark have access to electronic material via the University Library of Southern Denmark.
You will have to log in to get access, both on and off campus. Read more about access here.
Support: Read the FAQ. If you need further help, please contact Office of Licensing via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 6550 2632.