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Print and Digital Use Authorization


  1. You are authorized by Kesler Science, LLC, to print and/or make copies of the materials included in your free offer, purchase, or subscription/membership for personal use and/or classroom instruction for as long as your license is valid. For one-time, personal purchases, your license is always valid. For renewing subscriptions, your authorization to print and copy expires when your subscription expires (due to reaching the end date of a subscription/membership or due to your school’s request to transfer a school-purchased license to another teacher).

Digital Use.
These products may not be distributed or displayed digitally outside of classroom use except as noted below, subject to having a valid license:

  1. You may share products through a learning management system (LMS) in which access to the products is limited to your students of record.
  2. You may display the products digitally on a third-party platform only if the products are secured with a login or other credential that limits access to your students of record.
  3. The products may be emailed to your students of record through their own email addresses or their designated parent/guardian email address.
  4. The products may uploaded to your Google Drive and shared from there solely with your students of record. The share settings must not use any settings that allow public access.
  5. You may record yourself using the materials to teach, but the video may only be distributed to your students of record in a non-public manner.
  6. For these limited means of digital distribution to be permitted, your license must be valid. When your license expires due to the end of a subscription or school decision, the authorization to digitally distribute expires as well. Recordings of the materials may not be re-used after the license expires.
  7. The products must not be shared in a public website, shared directory, or open third-party educational platform. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
  8. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license.