legal notice and fair use
The GUSTO Program is a project funded by a grant from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education, P116V090039. Implementing a fully online master’s degree in translation and interpreting.
Materials in the GUSTO Program do not constitute a self-study course. Their educational and scholarly value stems from their didactical use by instructors familiar with the field of translation and interpreting and with pedagogical experience at the upper undergraduate and graduate levels. Open distribution of course materials does not contribute to the learning process of their users.
While materials made available through the GUSTO Program are part of the public domain and can be used freely for educational purposes, recipients of materials are requested to follow the rules of scholarly and academic honesty while using them, wholly or partially, and to abide by the rules of fair use as described by the U.S. Copyright Office (http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html).
Users of the GUSTO Program agree to use course materials in a sensible way, uploading contents onto password-restricted educational platforms only and avoiding posting materials in open access, web pages, blogs or discussion boards. Instructors using course materials from the GUSTO Program will advise students to respect good practices of scholarly and academic honesty, to avoid publishing segments without following proper quotation norms or openly posting course chapters or full courses on the Internet.