Keeho Kim wrote:
Dear Mr. Glen Ray Crack,
What a great job you have done!
This is Kee-Ho Kim, a professor at Korea University.
And I am enjoying very much my "The History of English" class due to
your excellent job. In the class I have used some of your great jobs.
Tons of thanks!
One question I have for my writing a text book "The History of
English"(Korean version: now I am thinking to change its title to "The
Secret of English") for the college students.
Is there any way for me to use some of your picture for my textbook?
If it's possible, can you please let me know how to get a permission to
use, whom I have to contact to, etc. This is my first trial to use some picture on the
internet. I am sorry for bothering you, but I hope to be able to use some of your pictures
for my Korean textbook for Korean students at the college level.
I am very eager to hear from you.
Thank you very much.
Thank you for your request to use material from my site
The Battle of Hastings 1066
I receive many requests in a similar vein. Can you fulfill the criteria
1: You ask first - (which you have done).
2: It is for educational purposes only.
3: You do not intend to make a profit of any kind from my material.
( If the above is not the case, you may like to discuss this further. )
4: Reproduce the contents for any other purpose other than that discussed.
4: You disclose your source in your final documents and include a link or
mention of my site.
5: You do not create a web site in a similar vein using my material.
6: You do not give the impression that directly copied material from my
site is from your own hand or mind.
If you agree to the above conditions I would have no objections.
It is not my intention to be unreasonable. I have learnt by experience that
the above conditions protect
my interests as well as yours - in the long run.
Please Note.... Any reproduction of text and images from this site
must be requested in the first instance, and are subject to the above conditions.