This is a tricky one.  It depends on whether the site allows links. For example, if you have found some content that you want to include in your resource that comes from another source (third party site) then you should make sure that you read the sites terms. If it is not there, we suggest contacting the site directly before you upload your content to your Boutique.  It is always better to be safe than sorry.  Please make sure that you have all of your bases covered.

This is the most popular question that we have had throughout our year of testing.  Copyright is serious business and we take it seriously at Clique .  We understand that it’s almost impossible to draw and illustrate all of the clipart and take all of the images that you incorporate into your resources.  The following sites will help you make sure that you are safe (and free from copyright violation) before you put your resource out there:


There is also a page on the site that you can use for reference to free images here.

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First, congrats on the awesome resource!  Second, you have to be sure that what you have is legit and better check on that.  The best way to be sure that you are safe from copyright violation is to create everything yourself.  If you haven't done so (we understand, who has the time for this?) then go to the site that you have pulled images and/or links from and check.  Double check. Triple check to make sure that you are not in violation of anything. Most sites will display this in their copyright section or terms of use section on their website.  If you are still unsure, contact the site directly and ask!  We have also provided a section on Clique where you can find tons of free images and clipart. Just in case you missed it you can find it here.  Also, here is a link to free images that we have checked in advance for you.

You’re a superstar for creating original content and we want to celebrate you!  If you have created original content, then it’s yours. The good news is, you own it by default. If you feel like you need to protect your work further (legally) then you have to go through the proper channels to do so.  Here is some more information on how to do this, and remember, by copyrighting your original work, you are legally protecting it and would have a legal leg to stand on once the protection is in place.

We are all for sharing, and our foundation and philosophy was built on the idea that French teachers need a community to call home. That being said, we expect all of our members to respect the intellectual property rights of others and if they are sharing without proper consent, this is sad. Contact us here and we will try to help you on this.

Snap! Someone may be in violation of copyright law.  Please visit our Copyright terms and follow the directions from there.