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Is iBiology material copyrighted?
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What does the iBiology Creative Commons license allow?
We make iBiology videos available under the Creative Commons license “Attribution – NonCommercial – NonDerivative” in order to allow non-commercial entities to use the videos freely and easily. Important restrictions apply, though, particularly for corporations. iBiology’s Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license allows you to display iBiology videos under the following conditions:
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Can I repost or republish iBiology Talks on my site or blog?
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Can I re-upload iBiology videos on an internet video platform?
Can I project iBiology videos to a group of people?
Yes, as long as you comply with the terms of the Creative Commons license outlined above. For projecting iBiology videos, we recommend downloading the high-def video podcast rather than projecting the streaming file from the web.
Can I show iBiology videos during my conference?
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Can I use iBiology Talks in my classroom?
Yes, as long as you comply with the terms of the Creative Commons license outlined above. Many teachers use iBiology videos to stimulate discussions with students or to complement course materials, and we encourage you to do so as well.
Can I re-edit and remix iBiology Talks?
No. Our Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license clearly states that “derivative works” of any kind (edits, cuts, re-mixes, mashups, etc.) are not allowed without explicit permission from iBiology and the speaker.
Can I translate iBiology Talks?
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Can I use iBiology Talks in my documentary?
Requests for use within a documentary should be submitted iBiology by emailing info[at]ibiology[dot]org.