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What you can do with FutureEd materials without obtaining permission from the university:
- Display the material on your computer screen or another equivalent device, or
- Make a single fixed copy for the sole purpose of your personal reference.
What you cannot do with FutureEd materials without permission:
- Make multiple fixed copies of the material for redistribution, unless the distribution meets the provisions outlined in the Model Policy Concerning College and University Photocopying for Classroom, Research and Library Reserve Use
- Redistribute the materials by any means to any other person or machine, unless the distribution meets the provisions outlined in the Agreement on Guidelines for Classroom Copying in Not-For-Profit Educational Institutions
- Modify or create derivatives of the material
- Publicly display the material, except in the context of face-to-face classroom teaching or as otherwise provided under Section 110 of the Copyright Act of 1976
- Reproduce, display, distribute or modify the material for commercial purposes or for financial gain
This list of prohibited uses is not meant to be exhaustive.
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General information about copyright can be obtained from the U.S. Copyright Office.