Course Terms of Use

All Saylor Academy courses are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. For licensing purposes, a "course" is defined as the structure, syllabus, learning outcomes, unit descriptions, and the framing text that accompanies resources curated from third parties. That excludes the third party resources themselves, including the following resources used in this course, which contain the individual licenses listed below:

Boundless Finance:

Boundless Management:

Boundless Marketing:

Boundless Political Science:

Business Communication for Success, v1.0:

Business Law and the Legal Environment, v1.0:

Center for Strategic and International Studies Channel videos:

Chang Channel videos: 

ClarkMorgan Insights Channel videos:

Clover Park Technical College's "Recognizing Stereotypes and Bias":

Collaborative Leaders Network: Kern Lowry's "Collaborative Problem Solving":

Communication in the Real World: An Introduction to Communication Studies, v1.0 :

Complexity Learning Channel videos:

The Conversation: Explainer: Suzanne Ross' “What is Emotional Intelligence and Why Do You Need It?”:

Creative Commons Sections:

    DubaiDebates.com Channel videos:

    fingerpuppetexplain Channel videos

    Freedom and Flourishing: Winton Bates' “Does a Positive-Sum Attitude Promote Happiness?”:

    Paul C. Giannelli 's "Independent Crime Laboratories: The Problem of Motivational and Cognitive Bias":

    Hack: James Stuart's "The Essence of Negotiation":

    Michael Herman's “Transformative Mediation”:

    Human Relations, v1.0 :

    Human Resource Management, v1.0:

    IIEA1 Channel videos:

    Indian Diplomacy Channel videos:

    International Business, v1.0:

    International Trade: Theory and Policy, v1.0:

    ISN Zurich Channel videos:

    Judgment and Decision Making : "Gender Differences in the Endowment Effect: Women Pay Less, but Won’t Accept Less":

    Libertariansim.org Channel videos:

    The Leuphana Digital School Channel videos:

    The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Market Folly: Bruce Berkowitz's "Investment Thesis on Sears":

    MIT OpenCourseWare: Power and Negotiation: Sloan School of Managements "Multiparty Negotiations":

    Odnoo's "The Importance of the Integrative Negotiation":

    Open Knowledge Repository "Arbitrating and Mediating Disputes: Benchmarking Arbitration and Mediation Regimes for Commercial Disputes Related to Foreign Direct Investment":

    Opensource: Jen Krieger's "Teaching Open Source Communities about Conflict Resolution":

    Organizational Behavior, v1.1:

    Pennsylvania State University: Christopher Griffin's "Game Theory: Penn State Math 486 Lecture Notes":

    Phillips Channel videos:

    The Power of Selling, v1. 0:

    Professional Education, Testing and Certification Organizational International: Talya Bauer and Berrin Erdogan's "Collaborative Problem Solving":

    Project Management from Simple to Complex, v.1.1:

    Public Speaking: Practice and Ethics, v1.0:

    RCSILeadership Channel videos:

    Redactie Emerce

    Revista Direito GV: Vera Thorstensen & Carolina Müller's "How Does International Trade Regulation Addresses Exchange Rates Measures?":

    Saylor Academy Channel videos:

    Six Steps To Job Search Success, v1.0:

    The University of Texas at Austin: Orlando Kelm's "Preparing for Negotiations with North Americans":

    UC Berkeley Campus Life Channel videos: 

    Warren Channel videos:

    Washington University: Kathryn Kovacs' "Hobby Lobby and the Zero-Sum Game":

    Wikipedia Sections:

    Wisc-Online: Ann Heidkamp's "A Model for Initiating Conflict Resolution: How to Plan an Effective Opening Statement":

    WordPress:  Lee Iwan's "Accumulated Experience: “Business in Mexico":

    Zhang Channel videos:

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