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Reproduction and communication for educational purpose
The Australian Copyright Act 1968 (the Act) allows a maximum of one chapter or 10% of the pages of this publication, whichever is the greater, to be reproduced and/or communicated by any educational institution for its educational purposes provided that the educational institution (or the body that administers it) has given a remuneration notice to Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) under the Act.
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The full texts of titles and ancilliary materials (referred to below as 'content') available through Cambridge GO may only be accessed by Authorised Users.
An 'Authorised User' is defined as:
- an individual who purchases a title with an access code to Cambridge GO
- an individual who has previously purchased a title that has ancillary material housed in Cambridge GO
- an individual who is affiliated with a purchasing institution as a current student, or employee and who can access Cambridge GO through the secure network of a purchasing institution or from such other places where Authorised Users work or study (including but not limited to Authorised Users' offices and homes, halls of residence and student dormitories)
An Authorised User will be provided with an access code that will need to be registered to an individual email address. Once registered, the Authorised User will have access to specific content on Cambridge GO.
You are entitled to download and store PDF Textbooks on your local machine. However they may not be transferred to another party as an electronic or print version. The downloaded PDF Textbook is expressly available for personal use only.
Schools are entitled to load the downloaded PDFs onto their school network for use only for the same number of users as they have purchased printed or digital texts.
The same uses apply as for PDF Textbooks, with the addition of the edit function. The edit function enables students to input answers, take notes, bookmark, highlight pages and print or email answers. However, such use is limited to personal use, at home or in the classroom.
Interactive Textbooks and Online Resources
Interactive textbooks and some digital online resources are only available as online content. There are features to bookmark, make notes, and email and or print single pages.
Schools are only entitled to project this content onto classroom whiteboards only if the interactive textbook or online resource has been purchased for the number of students using it in the classroom. It is expressly not available for use in this way if it has been purchased as a reference copy rather than a class set or booklisted item.
You are entitled to download and store apps on your own device(s). However they may not be transferred to another party and are expressly available for personal use only.
Other ancilliary materials
Authorised Users may access, search and view content for personal use only. Print, copy and download permissions may vary depending on the sensitivity and rights available for the content.
Teacher Resource Packages
Downloaded materials may be placed on your school network for use by other teachers at your school. This condition is limited to ancillary content and does not apply to PDF Textbooks, Apps, Interactive Textbooks and other Online resources.
Online resource components of printed Teacher Editions
Access to the PDF Textbook for individual use is included with selected Teacher Editions. The PDF Textbook may be downloaded onto one computer but may not be placed on the school network or transferred to another party. Other downloaded materials, except for the PDF Textbook, may be placed on your school network for use by other teachers at your school.
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The licence granted for your use of content on Cambridge GO is limited to the term, which is defined as:
- access for three calendar years for PDF Textbooks and Cambridge GO ancillary materials. A PDF Textbook code cannot be activated concurrently by multiple users.
The licence granted for your use of Interactive Textbooks and Online resources, and Electronic Versions on Cambridge GO is limited to the term, which is defined as:
- access for one calendar year for Interactive Textbooks and Online resources, and Electronic Versions, unless otherwise stated on resources that have been designed to cover multiple year levels.
- Some Interactive textbooks, online resources and Electronic Versions are designed to cover multiple year levels. The subscriptions periods are defined as stated on those resources or on our website entries for those resources.
- An access code for these resources cannot be activated concurrently by multiple users.
'Year' is defined as running from registration of your Access Code until:
- 31st December of the current year if you register in the months January to August;
- 31st December of the next year if you register in the months August to December.
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11 October 2010