Answered By: Gabe, Research & Writing Studio Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016 Views: 69
It depends on the source and the copyright policy they have adopted. Many Internet sites have adopted Creative Commons Licences that do not require permission for redistributing or altering work found online.
Other material on the Internet is sometimes accompanied by copyright permission information (example: "Posted with permission on http://______. You may print or save a copy of this story for your own use. All other use requires permission from _____.") If you intend to distribute multiple copies in the classroom from these sources, you must request permission. If you are charged a search or download fee for obtaining access to material, the material is usually covered by copyright. You can provide links to students that allow them to individually access the material online.