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AUTHORS WHO SUBMIT LEARNING CHALLENGES OR OTHER MATERIALS TO THE ADIRONDACK CURRICULUM PROJECT AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
  • EDITING & PUBLISHING
work in progressMaterials submitted to the ACP will be reviewed by the ACP Challenge Committee using the Challenge Checklist and revised if necessary. Challenges under review will be identified as "Work in Progress" when they are put online.



acp approvedChallenges that have been reviewed and revised will be identified as "ACP Approved". Authors will be identified when challenges are published on the internet or in print form.




student testedOnce used in the classroom and examples of student products added (as well as any revisions/additons/deletions) they will be identified as "Student Tested".

  • USE OF MATERIALS PUBLISHED ON THE ADIRONDACK CURRICULUM PROJECT WEB SITE:
Materials published on the ACP web site are available for educators to duplicate and use in their classrooms,  workshops, conferences, seminars, or college classes, etc., at no cost. The author and web site must be properly cited (i.e. "Courtesy Adirondack Curriculum Project"). UNDER NO CONDITIONS CAN MATERIALS ON THE ACP WEB SITE BE PUBLISHED WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE SPECIFIC AUTHORS.

The challenge format was adapted for use by the ACP from Education by Design and Leading Edge, LLC,
©ACP 2000.
  • AUTHOR'S RE-USE OF THEIR PUBLISHED WORK
The Adirondack Curriculum Project seeks to retain copyright of the items it publishes, without the author giving up their rights to use their own material. Authors are not required to seek Adirondack Curriculum Project permission to re-use their own work.

Assignment of copyright " does NOT, in any way, restrict your right to:
* Republish your challenge in a journal or as a book chapter
* Reproduce your challenge by photocopying for course notes or promotional literature
* Reproduce your challenge by electronic means or on the Internet (subject to acknowledgement of first publication details).


Authors are requested to cite the original publication source of their work - but are not required to seek ACP permission with regard to the personal re-use of their work.

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