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English 1101 & 1102 - Library Research & Resource Basics: Multimedia & Citation Information

Library Multimedia Information

Multimedia-related gadgets available for use/check out on the 1st floor of the Library.

The Multimedia Studio in the Library, including a link to the software that is available on the Mac computers in the Studio.

Booking Breakout and Presentation Rehersal Rooms in Clough.


Library Poster Printing

Print posters at the Main Library! You will need to bring your Buzzcard to the Multimedia Studio on the ground floor of the Library. Cost for printing posters ranges from $2.50-$3 per linear foot, payable by Buzzcard. See the Multimedia Studio Technical Support Assistant for more information on how to send your job to the poster printer.

Printing Posters at the Paper & Clay (Student Center)

Paper & Clay is located in the Student Center.  They provide a poster printing service for a fee, with details available on the website. Plan ahead to allow time for printing.

Creating Citations

The Georgia Tech Comm Lab is a terrific resource for all your citing, writing, revising, editing and presenting needs.

Visit our library guide on Research/Writing/Citing Sources for information on creating proper citations following different styles.  Look for under the Citation Styles tab for a list of options. 

I also recommend the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) for proper citation format questions for MLA, APA, or Chicago style. 

Notes & Resources on Intellectual Property


As you prepare class projects, you may want to include various forms of media (text, images, video clips, etc.). Anything that you borrow - whether a direct quotation from a source, a paraphrase of another's argument, an image, or a movie clip or movie still - needs to have citation information attributing that work/information to its creator. Outside sources should be cited regardless of whether the work is protected by copyright. 

Copyright & Fair Use

Use the following links to find out more information about use of copyrighted works in educational settings and the parameters of fair use that one can use to decide whether a particular use of a copyrighted work may be considered fair use:

University System of Georgia - Policy on the Use of Copyrighted Works in Education and Research

USG Copyright Policy - The Fair Use Exception

Creative Commons -licensed Works  & Works in the Public Domain

Creative Commons - Get Creative - a short video describing Creative Commons and its benefits.

You can find Creative Commons-licensed images through sites like Flickr by using the Advanced Search feature and limiting your search to Creative Commons-licensed images.

You may also use Google Images Advanced Search features to search for images labeled for reuse or reuse with modification. These searches will return results for works that are either Creative Commons-licensed or works which are already in the Public Domain.