Answered By: Ruth Steele Last Updated: May 01, 2019 Views: 6
The answer to this question will vary depending on the content and intended use! Please refer to the "rights" information provided alongside individual digital objects.
Most public content in MABEL can be used by educators and students engaged in academic/educational activities that meet the Fair Use criteria of U.S. Copyright Law. MABEL does contain collections and objects that are still in copyright (but being shared under the "Fair Use" provisions of U.S. Copyright Law), or that are subject to other restrictions. Users are advised that some use instances (including publication, web publication or for-profit use) may require additional permissions. Please consult "rights" information provided alongside individual digital objects in MABEL, and contact the repository/object custodian for more information or permissions.