One of the fundamental parts of any kind of research & design project is making sure you document your sources - whether this is to make sure you are giving your client the most reliable information possible or if you are just protecting yourself when dealing with copyright concerns. Protecting yourself by providing documentation in your projects is just a smart decision that can help protect you and your work. The resources on this page can help you do this properly. But, of course, if you ever run into problems or have questions, please ask one of your librarians or your instructor for help.
If you have questions about copyright with regards to your project, please talk to your librarian or you can refer to our Copyright Services Page. But your first step should always be asking for clarification.