We make some limited use of content from our apps free and no permissions is necessary. To see if your request qualifies check on this page. In summary, if you are a professor using the app in a course or a students, or limiting your use to a few images for noncommercial purposes, permissions might be free. Otherwise, you can request permission by filling our Contact Form.
– I am a professor/instructor. Can I use ARTNATOMYA images in the classroom, build my lectures around ARTNATOMYA apps and display content from the apps during presentations? Do I need permission to do this?
Complete permissions information is available below. In summary:
- If your school has a site license to our products, both you and your students have access to ARTNATOMYA apps and no additional permissions are required.
- If you are a professor who requires ARTNATOMYA apps on your course syllabus, you may teach with our products with no restrictions.
- If you do not meet either of these scenarios, we require a professional use license for you to teach with ARTNATOMYA apps in the classroom. A professional use license starts at $100 per year.
- How do I get permission to use visuals from ARTNATOMYA apps on my website, in my course materials, or in a publication.
Instructors/professors who require a ARTNATOMYA product on their course syllabus or who teach at a school that has a ARTNATOMYA site license may use the product and images from it in lecture presentations, class notes, lab manuals, or study materials circulated exclusively to students in the course. Permission to use ARTNATOMYA products in lecture and in course handout materials is granted at no cost, provided that you meet the following criteria:
- Your course syllabus must require a ARTNATOMYA product or provide instructions for accessing your school's site-licensed ARTNATOMYA product.
- You must follow the attribution guidelines when using an image in your lecture notes or course materials.
- This material must be circulated exclusively to students in the course.
- You may not sell, in any form, the course materials that include ARTNATOMYA content.
- You may not make the materials that include ARTNATOMYA content available on any website that includes advertising.
If your course materials meet the above criteria, specific permission is not required. Simply follow the attribution guidelines explained below.
If your course materials do not meet the above criteria, we are happy to provide you a quote for using images from our apps. Please note that pricing to license images for commercial use starts at $200 per image.
To receive a bid for your particular licensing needs write to: mail(at)victoriacontreras(dot)com. Include your school, course name and number, and your request.
Getting your students access to ARTNATOMYA materials
– Can I install copies of ARTNATOMYA apps in my lab?
The apps we sell at our web store and through iTunes and Google Play are for individual use. If you intend to install our products on desktop computers in a lab or similar location where many people have access to the apps you need a multi-user license. ARTNATOMYA offers multi-user seat licenses to provide you with copies of ARTNATOMYA apps for multiple users. Ask for information.
– How can my students purchase ARTNATOMYA apps?
Students can buy copies directly at these stores:
To PC / Mac systems, throught PayLoadz at our sales page.
To OSX or Android, at iTunes and Google Play
– I am a student. Can I use ARTNATOMYA images as a study tool or in a school project or paper?
If you are a student and you'd like to use no more than five images in a paper or presentation that is circulated only to instructors and other students in your course, specific permission is not required. Simply follow the attribution guidelines explained below.
If you want to use more than five ARTNATOMYA images in any other context, please submit a request or a license quote writing to: mail(at)victoriacontreras(dot)com Include a description of your project (type of media), explanation of distribution (who will see this), and include the images you intend to use.