Using ICETE Resources
ICETE Resources are made available for educational use under the Creative Commons license Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
This means that you can use the resources freely for your courses but you must give attribution to ICETE Online (this helps others find our resources) and you must not remix or adapt them, for example making shorter video clips (this protects our contributors from their work being used in ways they didn’t intend).
The ICETE is a trans-denominational network serving theological institutions of many convictions. Opinions stated in all resources in ICETE Online represent the views and theological convictions of the authors.
ICETE Online does not take responsibility for the content of these resources. Resource contributors are required to create resources according to the code of practice below. If you become aware of any content which falls short of our standards please bring this to our attention using the built-in tool to flag the resource* or by contacting us.
- Resources must be the work of the specified author(s). The authors must be teachers employed by the institution and specified on the ICETE Online agreement.
- Resources must belong to the institution or the author(s) and not be published elsewhere.
- Resources will avoid plagiarism and, where resources quote, cite or refer to the work of others, this must be referenced in an internationally recognised style (e.g. Turabian/Chicago, MHRA, Harvard). Because of the constraints of web publishing, inline (author, date) formats with bibliography are usually preferred.
- The ICETE will publish a disclaimer to the effect that the ‘The ICETE is a trans-denominational network serving theological institutions of many convictions. Opinions stated in all resources in ICETE Online represent the views and theological convictions of the authors.’
- All resources on ICETE Online should demonstrate an attitude of respect of differences. Teachers may express their own convictions, but must show respect for those who may believe otherwise.
- Resources should contain no illegal, libellous or offensive materials, nor elements of ethnic, gender or political bias that may be offensive.
- Resources should refrain from advertising products, institutions or ministries. Authors may refer to their own published works.
- No confidential materials or data should be included in resources.
- If stories are told, the names of people or organisations involved should not be disclosed, nor should information be given such that may cause discomfort or violate privacy.
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