Initial Publication Date: December 13, 2018

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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 EDDIE 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:

  • You may not sell access to the material (or derivatives thereof) with one exception. You are allowed to include the material in a coursepack or similar form as long as:
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    • the cost of the coursepack is scaled to cover only the direct cost of reproduction (e.g. actual photocopying page costs)
  • Reproduction and distribution of originals or derivative works by for-profit educational institutions is considered commercial and not allowed under this default license.

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