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Terms of use

Thinking Writing, Queen Mary, University of London holds the copyright for all materials in the tutorials and all graphics on the website. Astrium Ltd holds the copyright for all texts supplied by them to this collection. Other third parties own rights, as indicated.

We would like you to make free use of the materials (texts, graphics, podcasts and tutorials) on the STEM WISHEES website for teaching and learning purposes, but there are a few restrictions.  

Podcasts, tutorials and texts (apart from texts supplied by Astrium Ltd, logos and content created by others as indicated) may be used for non commercial purposes under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike Licence (see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa ).
This means that you may copy these items, use them in VLEs, study packs, lectures, seminars and workshops etc. Adapting and excerpting from these items is also permitted as long as you release the adapted version under the same licence terms
Texts supplied by Astrium Ltd (http://www.astrium.eads.net/) may be used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial No Derivative Licence (see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd), which means that the text may not be adapted.

Attribution

When you use the materials, you should include the following attribution statement (see below):

To use the podcasts, tutorials and graphics form the website, please include a full attribution statement  (unless otherwise indicated) ‘This item is from the Stem Wishees website, Thinking Writing, Queen Mary, University of London http://www.thinkingwriting.qmul.ac.uk/wishees’.
To use the texts (apart from texts supplied by Astrium Ltd), please include a full attribution statement ‘This text is from the Stem Wishees website, Thinking Writing, Queen Mary, University of London http://www.thinkingwriting.qmul.ac.uk/wishees’
To use texts supplied by Astrium Ltd, please attribute as follows. ‘This text is from the Stem Wishees website, Thinking Writing, Queen Mary, University of London, http://www.thinkingwriting.qmul.ac.uk/wishees, and is ©Astrium Ltd and may not be excerpted or adapted.’

Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to obtain permission to use texts, podcasts and other content created by third parties. If you know of any oversight, please contact Teresa McConlogue, Thinking Writing Advisor, (t.mcconlogue (at) qmul.ac.uk) immediately.  

Thank you for using this website.