Design Science License

Discussion in 'Feedback and Suggestions' started by KtJw, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. KtJw

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    Hello,
    I am creating a power point slide show to use in training apprentice electricians, and was wanting to use pictures and some text from the textbook, "Lessons In Electric Circuits, Volume I - DC". What do I need to do to comply with the Design Science License in this case? I will not be distributing the slide show, I will simply be using it to present information to a classroom of students.

    I was thinking of including a little symbol in the lower left corner of any slide that uses information from this publication and having a notice at the beginning of the presentation that would let the students know where the information came for those slides. I would also have a slide that showed where they can access the full text of the publication as well as the design science license on-line. Would that be sufficient?

    Thank you for ant help or direction that you can provide,
    Kirk
     
  2. Wendy

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    Just mention where you got the slides and you are covered, at least that is my interpretation.
     
  3. Georacer

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    Yes, I agree with Bill.
     
  4. KtJw

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    Thank you for your input, it confirmed what I was thinking; that the purpose of the design science license is simply that we give credit where credit is due.

    Kirk
     
  5. JoeJester

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