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We are glad to make materials of all kinds available to users from all over the world. However, in order to protect our rights and the rights of the authors with regard to the materials created, we request that you abide by the following policies. Your use of the site and any materials contained therein will constitute your acceptance of the following terms and conditions.
Personal, Educational, and Training Use
Materials posted on the CEIMA website are freely available for all educational, personal, or training purposes.
You may print pages of CEIMA instructional materials (handouts) or use other media free of charge. When printing any of the handouts posted on the CEIMA website, you may modify them with the condition that you cite the original author as creator of the original document. The original author's name and institution must appear on the document distributed in a citation format and must appear on each one of the CEIMA instructional materials you print and/or distribute.
You may freely make copies of CEIMA materials for personal, educational, or training purposes. When photocopying any of the handouts posted on CEIMA, you may modify them with the condition that you cite the original author(s).
In the case of materials such as our PowerPoint presentations, you may modify this material with the condition that you indicate that the materials were retrieved from the CIES Teaching Comparative Education Special Interest Group website and the original authorship information remains intact and directly cited in the materials.
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You may print and distribute pages of the CEIMA instructional materials (hand outs and other posted materials) at no charge if the materials are for non-profit training purposes, such as teacher pedagogy training for instructors and/or students. If you are planning on using materials for for-profit training purposes, you will need to directly contact the original author(s) of the materials you are interested in using.
If you are connected to a for-profit agency, please directly contact the original author(s).
Other Commercial Uses
No commercial use of CEIMA materials is permitted. These uses include:
- If any profit is connected to the use of the materials (including reprinting materials in a book, using them as part of a for-profit training course, reprinting screenshot, etc).
- If any fee is charged, or if providing such materials enhances your commercial interests.
Commercial websites, book authors, and other for-profit services are still welcome to link to the Teaching Comparative Education SIG's CEIMA resource. See the "Linking to the Teaching Comparative Education SIG's CEIMA" section below.
MIRRORING OR TRANSFERRING CEIMA MATERIALS TO A WEBSITE WITHOUT A LICENSE AGREEMENT IS NOT LEGAL AND THE REQUESTING PARTY WILL NOT BE GIVEN AUTHORIZATION.
Linking to the Teaching Comparative Education SIG's CEIMA website:
You are free to link to http://www.ciestcesig.org without notifying us or asking permission. Links should be attributed to the Teaching Comparative Education SIG's Comparative Education Instructional Materials Archive (CEIMA).
However, in order to help us serve CEIMA users better and to keep our own personal records, we would appreciate knowing about links to our site. Please send email to the CEIMA coordinator at email@example.com with subject line "CEIMA Link" when you link to our site, telling us what site will be linking to us. Information about who links to our site will be kept confidential.
All links must be directly to the Teaching Comparative Education SIG's CEIMA site (http://www.ciestcesig.org/ceimahome/). You may not download materials to other sites or hard-drives for users to link to.
MIRRORING OR TRANSFERRING CEIMA MATERIALS TO A WEBSITE IS NOT LEGAL AND THE REQUESTING PARTY WILL NOT BE GIVEN AUTHORIZATION.
ANY PRESENTATION OF MATERIALS POSTED ON CEIMA THAT PRESENTS THEM WITH COMMERCIAL CONTENT ATTACHED OR SO THAT THEY APPEAR TO BE THE PROPERTY OR WORK OF ANOTHER IS NOT PERMITTED.
Examples of such presentation would include linking within a frame that includes advertisements or linking within a frame so that the CEIMA Family of Sites' materials appear to be part of another site. While we recognize that there are legitimate uses for frames, we request that links to CEIMA be unframed.