Am I allowed to use someone else’s article or image in my own work?
Copyright usually restricts you from using other people’s work in your own work, but there are exceptions. For example, you are allowed to cite other people’s work in your own work, and many online works have a Creative Commons licence nowadays; as long as you meet the licence terms, you may communicate copyrighted work and reuse it in your own work. Regarding education, teachers need to abide by specific rules concerning the use of other people’s work in readers and on Blackboard. For more information about the use of other people’s work in your own work, visit our Copyright pages. For any additional questions, please contact your information specialist.
Am I allowed to use photographs from the Beeldbank (Image archive)?
Photos can be downloaded in small and normal size for own use only from the Beeldbank. All photos copyrighted by the University of Twente can be published freely if 'Beeldbank University of Twente' is cited as the source. For all other photos the photographer should be contacted unless otherwise stated.