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- The exact material to be used, including title, ISBN, and page numbers
- Name address, phone number and email address of person requesting
- Name and address of publisher or organization reproducing or sponsoring the event or publication
- Purpose of use, including any price to be charged for the material or for admission to the event
- Type of use (book, dissertation, photocopy, PowerPoint or slide, software, online course materials, or incorporated into)
- Number of copies that will be made or number of times material will be used in a presentation
- If a presentation, approximate number of attendees expected in audience
- If the material will be mounted on a web (Internet or intranet) or file server and made available to other users, the location and URL.
We liberally grant limited licenses, many at no charge, to use our copyrighted material when the request is reasonable in scope and use. In the event that the material requested is more than nominal, we charge a license fee as part of the limited license. If a limited license is granted, we have specific forms of permission that must be used as part of that limited license.
Our Legislative Process Flowchart is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. This means that you may use this flowchart in books, course manuals, handouts, presentations, and on the Internet with our permission as long as the flowchart is not altered, which includes displaying all headers, all URLs, copyright, and the Creative Commons license appearing on the flowchart.
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