In an electronic environment, the attribution, including any links to Notices or source material as required, should go as close to the relevant material as possible. If it cannot be directly adjacent, then it should at least be on the same page. You can use a small font, and a lighter text colour, so long as it is visible.
If you are doing multiple attributions under Part VB in a PowerPoint presentation, it would be sufficient to include an intro or closing slide with the attribution information, using a numbering and referencing system. However, under each item of third party content, you should clearly direct readers to the list of references.
In a print environment, your Licence statement should be on the verso of your document (the page to the left of the title page).
This statement is included in the print reader template, and should not be altered. You should seek permission from the copyright owner where necessary. You should also include full and proper referencing for all third-party content.
For more information about copyright attribution in a print environment, see the Information about Print Readers page.