Copyright clearance letter

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Depends. If the letter is meant to be an example reproduction of what was used during the English 1010 course development, then it should stay. If the intention is to present a generic letter, then it should go.

In other words, it's more than just changing a sentence, the entire letter would have to be changed. Which could be done. In my mind, it's a matter of authenticity versus applicability.

Sgurell (talk)21:20, 2 July 2008

You are right, it would require the whole letter to change. I can imagine people copying/pasting and adapting it, in which case, I would prefer a generic letter that is not biased towards the NC restriction. If you have time, and if agreeable, please adapt Draft Copyright Clearance Letter

Ktucker (talk)13:17, 3 July 2008

I've incorporated your draft letter, with one minor change into the page. The print version will likely contain the original 1010 example (though I'm not sure).

Sgurell (talk)16:19, 9 July 2008