It is the patron's obligation to determine and satisfy Fair Use and Copyright when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the Miscellany Collection. Please take a few moments to review the following provisions as appropriate, prior to using any images from the Miscellany Collection.
The Miscellany Collection encourages you to create links from your site to ours. When refering to our collections in general, we ask that you construct a link that points to our main page at: (http://www.library.tufts.edu/tisch/ematlocalstorage/miscellany_collection/home.html). You may also link directly to a record when discussing a single item within the collection itself.
You are welcome to print any bibliographic description or image of a manuscript for personal study or research. When material is used for research, be sure to cite its source.Back to top
You are welcome to create an electronic copy of our images for the purpose of personal study. You may save a copy of any image or description to your personal computer's memory or to any removable media drive.
If you are planning to use the Miscellany Collection in your classroom teaching, we request that you tell us about your class. One of our goals is to encourage the study of medieval manuscripts, and we may be able to facilitate your classroom use. At the same time, your response can help us to plan new means of access or types of material.Back to top
When using text or images from Miscellany Collection, please cite the item by its full accession number as shown for each leaf in the collection. In addition, we request that citations include the URL of the Miscellany Collection itself: (http://www.library.tufts.edu/tisch/ematlocalstorage/miscellany_collection/home.html).
We ask that you do not use any portion of The Miscellany Collection for commercial purposes.Back to top