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Where your reuse is online, you should link to both the source of the work and the full text of the license, as well as including the item's title and a statement about its creator.
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- Caitlin, from the Yorkshire Theatres Playbills Project (http://www.yorkshireplaybills.org.uk). Available under a Creative Commons (United Kingdom) Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike license. For more information see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/.
In your reference list, you should follow the following format:
- Yorkshire Theatres Playbills Project (2009) Caitlin. [Online image]. Available at: <http://www.yorkshireplaybills.org.uk>. [Accessed 17 May 2009].
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Who should I contact if I would like permission to use the works for commercial purposes?
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