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Creative Commons License
The writing on this blog is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada License

“Now what is that?” you may ask.  In a nutshell, this means it is not cool to swipe stuff from this blog without permission from the author. That’s me.

You are free to use excerpts of up to 50 words by way of referencing.  If you wish to use paragraphs or entire posts, some of which might eventually lead to me winning the Nobel prize for digital literature,  not that such a thing even exists (but it might by the time you get to the end of this run-on sentence), kindly contact me for permission to draw heavily on the content before you.

Above all, please follow good rules of writing and cite your sources.   If you want to see how easy it is to track content that has been borrowed from other sources on the internet, just choose a distinctive phrase from this post – say “Nobel prize for digital literature”  – and paste it into a Google search within quotation marks. Observe what happens.  This is only one of many tools we use in online education.

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