Copyright and Acceptable Use

1. COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Copyright © 2020 The Toronto Waldorf School

This work is copyrighted by The Toronto Waldorf School with all rights reserved. You may not distribute, post, or copy our work without written permission from the School. Posting or distributing our PDFs not only violates our copyright, but it also could proliferate the sharing of non-authorized versions of our materials.

You may request permission to re-use our content. Terms and conditions apply. You are required to obtain a license and comply with the license terms and conditions. Please direct all inquiries to 905-881-1611.

Toronto Waldorf School, TWS and the TWS logo are registered trademarks of The Toronto Waldorf School.

2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Acknowledgement. I have read the Acceptable Use Policy (INSERT link to #3 below) applicable to the access and use of The Toronto Waldorf School course website and content. I understand that this access is designed for our teachers to organize and deliver course content to students of the School and there are important restrictions on the use of the TWS course website and content.

3. POLICY

Acceptable Use Policy

Age Requirement
All students and/or their parents or legal guardians must understand this Policy and agree to be bound by it.

Use
The TWS course website and content may only be accessed and used for lawful purposes and in accordance with this Acceptable Use Policy.

Eligibility

  • To be eligible to access and use the TWS course website and content, the following criteria must be met.
  • The user is a current student at TWS or a parent and legal guardian of a current student;
  • The user has reviewed and agrees to be bound by this Policy together with the user’s parent or legal guardian if under the age of majority;
  • The user is neither a competitor of TWS nor using the TWS course website and content for reasons that are in competition with TWS;
  • The user represents and warrants that the user will not violate any rights of TWS, including intellectual property rights; and
  • The user represents and warrants that only materials for the grade level or year applicable to the user will be accessed.

Grant of License
Subject to the terms of this Policy, TWS grants to the user a limited, revocable, non-exclusive, non-commercial, non-assignable, non-transferable licence to access and use the TWS course website and content, through a generally-available web browser or mobile device. The user may not sell, resell, transmit, transfer, redistribute, rent, lease, license or sublicense the TWS course website and content. TWS reserves all rights not expressly granted, including title, ownership, intellectual property rights, and all other rights and interest in the TWS course website and content and all related items.

This grant does not permit the user to access and use all TWS course content but permits only access and use with respect to the current student’s grade level or year.

TWS and Copyright
All materials (electronic and printed versions) on the TWS course website are copyrighted by The Toronto Waldorf School with all rights reserved. The user may not distribute, post, or copy our work without written permission from the School. Posting or distributing our PDFs not only violates our copyright, but it also could proliferate the sharing of non-authorized versions of our materials.

Additional Restrictions
The user agrees not to directly or indirectly modify, reverse engineer, decompile, create derivative works from, or disassemble the TWS website or content for any reason whatsoever.

Digital Locks
The Toronto Waldorf School employs digital locks to protect the TWS course website and content. Digital locks are technologies that deny users access to materials that copyright owners have chosen to protect. Importantly, digital locks take priority over user rights or user exceptions. Examples of digital locks include passwords, encryption software, and access codes. To obtain permission to copy any part of the TWS material that is protected by digital locks, please contact the School.

Contact
Permission must be requested to re-use our content. Terms and conditions apply. A written license must be obtained. For assistance with copyright inquiries or this Acceptable Use Policy, please contact 905-881-1611.