General Information About ILA Websites
The International Reading Association (ILA), d/b/a International Literacy Association (or "ILA") Websites housed within the reading.org domain are provided as a service to ILA members, and to all those interested in the promotion of literacy and of excellence in teaching reading and writing. Although Website staff endeavor to ensure that material presented at www.reading.org, marketplace.reading.org, and apps.reading.org is correct and current, we do not guarantee that it is error free. Should you suspect that mistaken information appears at any ILA Website, please contact our customer service department to inquire.
Please note that ILA reserves the right to remove any content from its Websites, at any time. In the case of subscription-based content, such removal would occur only at the end of a subscription period, in order to comply with a legal ruling or court order, or if we risk liability from the continued availability of the material.
The Website staff welcomes corrections and suggestions for improvement of ILA Websites, which can be e-mailed to the webmaster at ILA headquarters.
Linking From ILA Websites
ILA Websites contain numerous links to other Websites, which are provided as a service in acknowledgment of the diverse needs of teachers and learners, and the diverse online resources available to the literacy community. We make every effort to keep such links current. If you find a broken link and are aware of the updated URL to resolve the problem, we invite you to contact us.
These terms and conditions apply only to the ILA Websites, and not to the sites of any other companies or organizations, including those to which the ILA Websites may link. We are not responsible for the availability of any other site to which the ILA Websites link. We do not endorse or take responsibility for the content, advertising, products, or other materials made available through any other site. Under no circumstances will we be held responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage that is caused or alleged to have been caused to you in connection with your use of, or reliance on, any content, goods, or services available on any other site. You should direct any concerns to that site's administrator or webmaster.
Links to other Websites are present in all areas of reading.org domains. Inclusion in these listings does not imply endorsement or recommendation of any site, program, or resource over any other. If you are interested in having your institution, program, or organization included on ILA Websites, please contact us.
Linking to ILA Websites
ILA encourages linking to its Websites, both to the homepage at www.reading.org or "deep linking" to specific pages. No permission is required to establish such links, as long as they are simple text links that resolve to pages from our site in their own browser window. Links must also clearly indicate the International Literacy Association as the source of linked pages or content.
Should you be interested in displaying pages from an ILA Website within a framed Website, or wish to display ILA Website content "in line" on your own Website pages, please contact our permissions department.
Note that ILA does on occasion change the structure of its Website, delete pages, and move pages to new URLs. If you link to our site, we recommend that you check periodically to ensure that your links remain active. We do not assume any responsibility in informing you of URL changes.
Should you wish to link to content in our publications library (journal articles, selected book chapters), please note that ILA is a member of CrossRef and has deposited digital object identifiers (DOIs) for this content in order to facilitate permanent linking. We strongly recommend that you establish your links on these DOIs. For information about DOI linking, visit the CrossRef Website.
Except where explicitly noted, the contents of the Websites, including, but not limited to, text, names, data, compilations, graphics, logos, buttons, icons, images, audio, video, code, methods, techniques, models, and software ("Contents"), are the property of International Literacy Association and/or
its licensors/providers and are protected by the patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret laws of the United States and/or other countries. You are welcome to reproduce material from ILA Websites for your own, personal, noncommercial use, so long as it contains all proprietary notices that appear on the document from which the reproduction is made. You may also reproduce brief sections in accordance with U.S. "fair use" guidelines.
Any other reproduction requires permission. You may not otherwise copy, store (either in hardcopy or in electronic format), transmit, transfer, perform, broadcast, publish, reproduce, create a derivative work from, display, distribute, sell, offer for sale, license, rent, lease, frame, deep link to, or
otherwise use the Contents in any manner inconsistent with the rights of ILA without the express written permission of ILA. Please note that this extends to e-mailing downloaded files to others. For information on ILA permission policies and directions about obtaining permission to reproduce ILA content, visit the Rights and Permissions area of this Website.
We respect the intellectual property rights of others, and require that the people who use ILA Websites do the same. If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement on this Website, please deliver the following information to our Copyright Agent:
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- A description of where the material that you claim is infringing is located on our Website;
- Your address, telephone number, and e-mail address so that we may contact you;
- A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and
- A statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that the information in your notice to us is accurate and that you are the copyright owner or authorized to act on the copyright owner's behalf.
The designated Copyright Agent to receive notification of claimed infringement under the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act is Permissions Editor, International Literacy Association, PO Box 8139, Newark, DE 19714-8139, USA, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ILA logo, and other ILA logos and product and service names appearing on the Websites, are trademarks or service marks of ILA ("ILA site marks"). You agree not to display or use in any manner the ILA site marks without ILA's prior written permission.
Individual members of the International Literacy Association can choose to purchase subscriptions that include online access to journal and book content. Access is controlled by means of logging in with a unique username and password.
This log-in combination is provided to the ILA member only. For information about obtaining your username and password, visit our Help area. Individual log-in combinations should be kept confidential and not shared, nor should material downloaded from access-controlled parts of the site by an ILA member-subscriber be distributed or reproduced without permission.
Visit our Privacy & Security policy for information on how ILA safeguards your log-in combination and assures your online privacy.
Institutions such as schools, school districts, and university libraries are invited to subscribe to our online journals. Institutional access rights are authenticated by means of Internet protocol (IP) address or range. Only authorized users of the subscribing institution's networked systems can access, download, or print subscription-based content. The subscribing institution is responsible for access to the journals through its IP address/range, or via proxy server within that IP address/range, and must make every effort to prevent unauthorized use.
ILA may request clarification or documentation from or refuse to grant access to an institution claiming a range of IP addresses that appears to exceed the scope of these guidelines.
Altering, recompiling, systematic or programmatic copying, reselling, redistributing, publishing, or republishing ILA-copyrighted content without permission is prohibited. Permission should generally also be sought to compile composite products (e.g., course packs) that include ILA-copyrighted material. For further information, visit the Rights and Permissions area.
Material Provided by Third Parties
Online discussion and communication. Through discussion forums, ILA offers opportunities for members and others to discuss and comment on issues in literacy teaching and learning. Content posted to these third-party websites/services/outlets/tools ("User Content") is not censored or reviewed prior to posting; it reflects only the views and opinions of the individual who made the post and not of ILA.
We are not responsible for material appearing in any interactive forum on ILA Websites, except for material signed by an identified representative of the International Literacy Association. As a participant in any online discussion forum, you may not post any material that is libelous, defamatory, obscene, abusive, invades another's privacy, violates any intellectual property rights, violates any law, or is otherwise injurious to third parties. You may not use any forum in a commercial manner. You may not post material that solicits funds or that advertises or solicits goods or services. You may not post material known to be false. You may not post or transmit any information, software, or other material that contains a virus or other harmful component. You also hereby grant to (or warrant that the owner of such rights has expressly granted) ILA the perpetual, nonexclusive right and license to reproduce, distribute, publicly display, make derivative works off and otherwise use your questions, comments, and postings or any other content you post to ILA Websites or to third-party websites/services/outlets/tools, in their original or edited form, on ILA Websites or in books, articles, commentaries, or in any other medium now known or later developed. You also warrant that any "moral rights" in posted materials have been waived. You are not entitled to any compensation for such use. You acknowledge and agree ILA is under no obligation of confidence to you, and shall not be liable for any use or disclosure of any User Content. By posting User Content on ILA Websites and third-party websites/services/outlets/tools, you represent and warrant that you own the copyright in such User Content or that you have a legitimate license to post the User Consent, including photographs or other audiovisual material, without any restrictions whatsoever.
Announcements from third parties. From time to time, ILA Websites feature announcements from third parties, including news of events, information about services, or solicitation of applications for employment. The ILA Websites may also feature advertising materials provided by third parties.
All such postings are reviewed by ILA staff for their appropriateness for ILA Websites' primary audience of literacy professionals. ILA reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to decline to post or to remove any third-party announcements or materials at any time. ILA does not endorse any third party nor the content of any announcement or other material provided by a third party.
ILA accepts online purchase orders, following approval of a credit application. Those who wish to use purchase orders agree that purchase order rights may be revoked by ILA, at its sole discretion, if payment is not made according to the agreed payment terms. Users of online purchase orders must abide by the terms of the credit application and online purchase order rules that are provided at the time of application or approval of application. For more information regarding use of online purchase orders, contact ILA headquarters.
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