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    rasmer is offline Newbie
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    Creating an online course

    Hello,
    I would like to start teaching english online in my home country, but I am a bit uncertain. Firstly I am wondering what kind of materials am I allowed to use ? For example, is is ok to use UsingEnglish.com teacher resources for the online quizzes, materials etc. ?
    I just do not want any copyright problems.

    Any useful input or ideas is very welcome.

    Thanks Ahead,
    Rasmus

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: Creating an online course

    You can link to, but not copy, online materials like quizzes, and you can use printable pages like lessons plans, handouts in your classes, so sharing a pdf, say, with your student would be fine, as long as all headers and copyright messages remain in place.

    (Send me a private message if there are individual things you want to ask about stuff from this site)

    There are also many sites with materials here: http://www.usingenglish.com/links/Te...ets/index.html

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