Permissions Policy: Linking and Copying Content
Thank you for your interest in sharing our resources within your classroom or community! You're welcome to link to any content you've found on our site. Please note that you may include a summary (written in your own words) of the content, but cannot publish any portion of the original resource on any online platform. Also please note that if you link to any of our worksheets or workbooks, you must link to the worksheet or workbook's overview page on our site (e.g. http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/rescue-the-prince/), NOT directly to a .PDF file. Our members are allowed to make copies of any item for a single classroom or your individual family. We only ask that you maintain all attributions on the worksheets and workbooks (our Education.com logo) and do not alter the content in any way. Note: You are not permitted to make copies for an entire grade level, school, or organization. None of our content, or component of our content, is permitted to be published online. What does this mean in practice? FAQ Can I use a part of a worksheet design for my website? Even if it’s only part of a worksheet, we don’t allow republication of our content online. We’re making a testing booklet for our district. Do we have permission to republish your science fair activity? Yes, please fill out the contact us and provide the following information: Date: Name: Are you a teacher or a parent? Organization or school: Email address: URL(s) of the content you are requesting to use: How will this content be reproduced and distributed? (ie. online digitally, printed and mailed, handed out, etc...) What are the dates of use? Are you a Pro member of Education.com? I have a PRO membership, can I reprint a workbook for my school? As a PRO member, you have the rights to print copies of a workbook for every student in your class only, not for all students at your school. If other teachers wish to print copies of the workbooks for their classes, they would need to create and pay for a separate PRO membership. I’d like to link back to an article on your site from my blog, but would like to add some teaser text. How much text am I allowed to add? You may include a summary (written in your own words) of the content with a "read more" link back to our site for anyone wishing to read the complete version. You are not permitted to publish any portion of the original article. Can I reprint one of your articles in a hardcopy newsletter for our school? Yes, as long as it is an article written by us and not one of our partners. Please contact us and provide the following information so we can make sure the reprinting of the article meets our requirements. Date: Name: Are you a teacher or a parent? Organization or school: Email address: URL(s) of the content you are requesting to use: How will this content be reproduced and distributed? (ie. online digitally, printed and mailed, handed out, etc...) What are the dates of use? Are you a Pro member of Education.com? Can I reprint one of your articles in my book? Whenever possible, we do grant permission to reprint articles. However, we do not grant reprinting permission of our free content for purposes where the publisher will profit from the content. You are welcome to include the web address link in any printed materials you distribute to allow your readers to access the article themselves online. If I make a worksheet using your worksheet generator, am I allowed to put it on my website? Yes, you can share any worksheets created by our generator on your website as long as you link to the education.com website each time you share them. Still have questions or need to submit a request for permission? Contact us for further assistance.
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