Conditions of use for Bilko software and teaching materials
All Bilko teaching materials (including software, lessons, images, or other related items) is being provided free of charge. By obtaining, using and/or copying any software or materials distributed by the Bilko Project, you agree that you have read, understood, and will comply with the following terms and conditions of use.
Any copyrighted figure, photo or other illustration supplied as part of a Bilko lesson may only be redistributed as part of a Bilko lesson, and with the details of the source and/or copyright holder still included. Any other use of such copy-right material must first be cleared with the copyright holder. Where no source or copyright information accompanies an illustration, it may be assumed that any rights belong to the original lesson authors, and permission for use outside the context of a Bilko lesson must be sought from them.
Copyright and ownership of image data supplied with the lessons varies, depending on the origin of such material. Details of this are distributed with the images, and any lessons within which these images are used. All image data are supplied on the following conditions:
Palettes, filters and formulae supplied with Bilko lessons are free, and may be modified by users as they wish. Users who wish to share new or modified formulae and filters with others, should make sure that they are accompanied by suitable documentation explaining their use.
Reference documents included with Bilko teaching materials are distributed with the permission of the authors, and subject to standard copyright legislation. Any Bilko user who publishes or distributes information that includes or is based on such reference documents should comply with copyright law, and acknowledge their sources in the usual way.
UNESCO, the Bilko Project office, software developers, image providers and lesson authors will not be liable for any direct or indirect, special or consequential damages arising from use of the Bilko software, images or other lesson materials.
|Last update: 2004-08-18