How to Cite Images
The Imaging Center recommends the following guidelines for Fair Use:
Imaging Center Collections
The Imaging Center Collections are intended for teaching and learning at Smith College. The collections include licensed images, images under copyright, and copyright free images. Reproduction of copyrighted slides, photographs, and digital images in any format, is regulated by law and subject to prior agreement with the owner, publisher, or vendor of the item. When using these images, it’s your responsibility to observe the rights of the license and copyright holders. For copyright information see the source information with each image description.
The Imaging Center adheres to the Visual Resources Association recommended practice outlined in: Visual Resources Association: Image Collection Guidelines: The Acquisition and Use of Images in Non-Profit Educational Visual Resources Collections
Terms and Conditions of Use for Smith Licensed Images
See ARTstor’s Terms & Conditions of Use English version (PDF: 38 KB)
If you have any inquiries about ARTstor’s Terms & Conditions of Use , please contact ARTStor at email@example.com
2. LUNA at Smith College
The LUNA database contains licensed images from the following vendors:
AMICA Library Art Museum Images from Cartography Associates
See Restrictions on Using the AMICA Library
Davis Art Images
See Davis Art Images Digital Use Agreement
Saskia, Ltd. Cultural Documentation
a) Licensee [Smith College], including your faculty, staff and currently enrolled students may use the Licensed Software to display and or print the corresponding graphic images without limitation for teaching and research purposes at the defined Site [Smith College] or at remote locations having electronic access to your Site(s).
b) This license includes permission to use the Licensed Software on a multi-user network at the defined Site and to permit remote access to a computer/server located at your Site. Simultaneous Display in multiple locations at or connected to the Site also is permitted.
c) You agree to employ reasonable security measures designed to limit access to your faculty, staff and currently enrolled students.