and Fair Use
|Copyright and Fair Use
you read the official Elsevier copyright and trademarks statement on the
company webpage, the language seems to indicate that you need to to keep the
ClinicalKey logos intact if you use the presentation maker features. However,
the library has confirmed with the publisher that while you need to cite the
source of your content, you do not need to preserve the trademarked logos
indicating which publishing platform for the journal article, image, or ebook.
Copyright protections and citation conventions dictate that you cite the source
- not the platform for the source.
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Clicking the link takes you to the Copyright Clearance Center, where you
may request permission.