Standards for Using ERIC Graphics
ERIC provides branded graphics for use by libraries, publishers and other institutions with websites, databases, presentations, and promotional materials that reference and/or link to ERIC. These graphics include the ERIC logo and branded images that can be used in association with a link to the ERIC website or on printed collateral.
ERIC graphics and branding are limited to appropriate use (as specified in the Standards for Using ERIC Graphics found in the .zip file) and may not be used in a manner that is misleading, or to imply endorsement of a product, service, organization, publication, or policy. The .zip file includes text to accompany the graphics, if you wish to provide a description for your users. In general, the following are non-conforming and considered inappropriate:
The ERIC Logo
The elements of the ERIC logo include the word "ERIC" with the "I" dotted by a globe, and the full spelling of the program name. The logo exists in two forms: the official logo with the full program name placed beneath the "ERIC" acronym and a banner version with the program name extending across the same line as "ERIC." The ERIC website uses the banner version of the ERIC logo.
To support the needs of those who wish to include a link to ERIC from their website, we offer two sets of button graphics in a choice of colors. The elements consist of the ERIC logo and identifying label:
Download ERIC Graphics (.zip)
Let us know if you link your website to ERIC, or if you have questions about using ERIC graphics. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.