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What is copyright?
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• Distribute copies for sale;
• Perform or display the work publicly; and
• Authorize others to do any of the above.
What is the copyright policy of Learning Forward Texas?
It is the policy of Learning Forward Texas to reserve all copyrights to itself and to vigorously pursue any unauthorized use of its work.
What is a mark?
A mark is any word, name, phrase, design, symbol, or device or any combination of the same, used to identify goods (trademark) or services (service mark) from a single source.
What is the policy of Learning Forward Texas, with respect to its marks?
It is the policy of Learning Forward Texas, to restrict to itself and those persons licensed by it, all use of its marks and to vigorously pursue all unauthorized use of its marks.
Which are the marks of Learning Forward Texas?
Tips and Tools for Professional Learning 1, Tips and Tools for Professional Learning 2, Tips and Tools for Professional Learning 3, Cultivating Leadership: Facilitation Strategies to Foster Collaborative Practices with Adults, Tips, Tools, and Techniques for Online Courses, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion:The Elephant in the Room, Culturally Responsive Relationships, Amp It Up: Effectively Engaging Adult Learners Online and Light the Spark: Engaging Students Online are marks owned by Learning Forward Texas.
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