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RELEASE OF COURSE MATERIALS FOR PUBLIC AVAILABILITY
 
The purpose of this release is to grant Brandeis University LTS and its representatives permission to use and distribute via this communication channel the following materials created by all our class members as part of the academic course in the History Department, our first Digital Lab.
 
Spring 2014 – Omeka Exhibit, Copley's World
 
Project team members:

Haley Coopersmith

Daniela Dimitrova

Lianne Gross

Anna Khomina

Jessica Podhorcer

Maya Riser-Kosistsky


Zoe Waldman

Jane Kamensky, Harry S. Truman Professor

Jane's scrawl
Debra Sarlin, PhD & Digi-Dame

deb scrawl

This release is being granted under the auspices of the Creative Commons  by-nc-nd (attribution – noncommercial – no derivative works) license.  Brandeis University and its representatives agree to provide appropriate attribution for this work, which will not be used for commercial purposes. Brandeis University LTS, Jane Kamensky and Debra Sarlin also agree not to alter or transform the work except to generate the digital formats necessary for distribution.

We understand that we and other creators may retain copyright in this work, subject to this release which allows Brandeis University LTS to use the work in this exhibit under the conditions stated above for critical and educational purposes.
 
AGREEMENT TO TERMS OF RELEASE:
We agree to the terms of the release as described above.

May 2014

 

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