How may I use the works created by this project?
The works created as part of this project are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. This means that you may use them in your own projects so long as you credit their source, your work is not for profit and you share the outputs under this same license.
The works this license covers are:
- all of the digital images, text and interactive parts of both tutorial formats (Word document and HTML).
This license allows you to:
- copy, distribute, display, and perform the works;
- make derivative works.
So long as you:
- correctly attribute the works;
- do not make commercial gain from your use of the works;
- share your own work under this same license if you alter, transform or build upon the works.
- any of these conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder;
- nothing in this license impairs or restricts the author's moral rights;
- your fair dealing and other rights are in no way affected by this license.
How should I attribute the works in order to comply with the license?
When using the tutorials, you should include somewhere an attribution statement that includes the following information:
- the creator's name - in this case, English as a Lingua Franca EBL Project;
- the title of the work - Introducing English as a Lingua Franca: an Online Tutorial;
- the URL where the work is hosted - http://www2.yorksj.ac.uk/EnquiryCommons/elf/;
- the type of license the work is available under, a link to that license - Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.
Where your reuse is online, you should link to both the source of the work and the full text of the license, as well as including the item's title and a statement about its creator.
- Introducing English as a Lingua Franca: an Online Tutorial. From the English as a Lingua Franca EBL Project.
Where your reuse is offline, such as part of a poster or other printed media, or where you think people are likely to want to print the work from an electronic source, you should include the work's title, its creator and the license it is under. You should articulate the URLs for the license and the work's source in full.
- Introducing English as a Lingua Franca: an Online Tutorial, from the English as a Lingua Franca EBL Project (http://www2.yorksj.ac.uk/EnquiryCommons/elf/). Available under a Creative Commons (United Kingdom) Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike license. For more information see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/.
Who should I contact if I would like permission to use the works for commercial purposes?
For information about using these works for commercial purposes, please contact Rachel Wicaksono - firstname.lastname@example.org.