Creative Commons
We apply Creative Commons licenses to our content when possible. Our web pages provide access to a variety of materials, and copyright or licensing restrictions may vary.
Many of the web pages are labeled and available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0). When a page is labeled as “CC BY NC,” the license applies to materials where the President and Fellows of Harvard College holds the copyright, as described more fully below.

Terms and Attribution
The CC-BY-NC license allows anyone to share and adapt the licensed content as long as they give credit for the original creation and follow the license terms. Attribution, which is mandatory, should be given as: Itelmen Audio-Video Dictionary Project, Department of Linguistics, ©2021 Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0)

What’s included under the CC BY NC license?
Any content where the President and Fellows of Harvard College holds the copyright as indicated on the relevant pages.

What’s not included under the CC BY license?
The following material appearing on a web page displaying the CC BY icon is not included:
Any quotations from text written by someone other than a Harvard employee or by the IAVD project team
Any Harvard shield or logo, and any Harvard name used as a trademark
Any other textual content that it is evident was not written by a Harvard employee
Photographs, images, sound recordings, audiovisual works, software, and any other non-textual content created by others. This is normally indicated in the photo credits.

Use of Harvard Name or Logo
The users of any web page content may not suggest or imply that Harvard endorses, approves of, or participated in their projects. Harvard's name may not be used in the title or the name of any product or work and may not be used as a metadata search term or as part of a website name or web address, or be large or prominent. The use of the Harvard name or trademarks for any purpose other than standard source citation requires the prior approval of the Harvard University Trademark Program.

For any questions or concerns, or if you are unclear as to the terms of use pertaining to the content you wish to use, please contact us at itelmenproject@gmail.com