You may be able to re-use content, but it depends on the item. Content in Fusion comes from a variety of sources, so you will need to check the rights information for each item:
Common rights explained
If the item is in the Public Domain (meaning the copyright has expired or been waived), you are free to download, copy and use the material. You don’t have to provide attribution, but it’s a good idea to provide a link to the source so that others can find it too.
There may be times when the majority of the content is in the Public Domain, but some of the content is still under copyright – such as an image or article included in the work. If that’s the case, you’ll see an acknowledgement on the page:
Look out for acknowledgements so you know if permission is needed to copy or reproduce the material.
This licence allows you to copy, use and distribute the material without changes or modifications, provided use is for non-commercial purposes and you attribute the copyright owner, source and indicate that the work is licensed (CC BY-NC-ND).
All rights reserved
Some items have special permission to be viewed only, as they are still in copyright. When that happens, you’ll see “All Rights Reserved” and the copyright owner’s information. If you want to re-use that material, you will need permission from the copyright owner.
Obtaining high quality files
To optimise accessibility, content files in Fusion are generally of medium quality. Higher quality versions of files are usually available in DRO, linked from the Fusion item records. In addition, high quality TIFF files of individual pages may be available. Contact the Library if you wish to access these files.
Collections: A set of items grouped together under a common theme. Items can belong to only one collection.
DRO: Deakin Research Online, Deakin's institutional repository. Most of the files linked or referenced in Fusion are stored in DRO.
Exhibits: A themed display of one or more items in Fusion. Exhibits may have multiple pages.
Items: Individual items loaded to Fusion. Items may be photographs, audio or visual media.
Tags: Terms that describe an object.
If you have any questions about re-using material from Fusion, please contact the Copyright Office at email@example.com.