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Citing this Site

A number of useful citation formats for web resources can be found here. In general you should include author, publication date, page title, title of the site, date you viewed the site, and the url. In APA format a citation of one of our resources might look like this:

Beery, T. (2012) Sustainable Urban Adventure, InTeGrate. Retrieved Jan 29, 2013, from http://serc.carleton.edu/integrate/workshops/sustainability2012/activities/beery.html

Many pages within our sites list author information (e.g. for a particular example or activity) immediately below the page title. In areas of the site where a single author created a group of pages you may need to visit the first page of the set to find the authorship information. If no author information is provided you can assume the author is the 'InTeGrate Program'. Or feel free to contact us for more detailed authorship information.

Our pages list the last modification date (effectively the publication date of the current page content) in the page footer. The page title can be found across the top of your web browser and the site title usually appears in the banner across the top of the page.

Copyright & Reuse

We encourage the reuse and dissemination of the material on this site for noncommercial purposes as long as attribution is retained. To this end the material on this site is offered under a Creative Commons license Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0. unless otherwise noted. Any exceptions to this license are noted in the footer of each page where the reuse information is provided for all the files, images and other materials on that page are explained. Attribution should include at a minimum a link to the original material on the InTeGrate site and credit to the original author (see above for determining that information). In most cases including all the information in the citation format above is preferred.

Educational use of the material is generally 'noncommercial' and therefore allowed with the following exceptions:

InTeGrate is very open to exploring licensing options for use of this material beyond the scope of this license, including commercial use. If you are interested in using materials found on InTeGrate sites beyond the scope of this license (e.g within materials you will offer for sale). Please contact serc@carleton.edu.

If you believe that specific material on SERC sites has been posted in violation of copyright Carleton College has registered an agent for notification of claims of copyright infringement pursuant to Section 512(c) of the Copyright Act. Claims of copyright infringement.


Report copyright violations only to:
Austin Robinson-Coolidge
Information Technology Services
dmca@carleton.edu
507-222-5999

Please do not use this address for requests regarding reuse of materials on the SERC site. Those requests should be sent to serc@carleton.edu.

Are you an InTeGrate author looking for clarification about copyright for materials you are contributing? Check out our copyright page for authors.


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