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:

Business Communication for Success:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Writing Center Resources:

ProsWrite Resources:

David McMurrey's Resources:

Writing Commons, Amanda Wray's, Deedra Wollert Hickman's, E. Jonathan Arnett's, Sam Corbett's, Angela Eward-Mangione's, Jennifer Yirinec's, Daniel Ruefman's, Matt Barton's, M C Morgan's, Dan Richards', and Joseph Moxley's Resources:

How to Write a Memo Resources:

UpWrite Press Resources:

  • Attributed to UpWrite Press
  • These works have been reposted by the kind permission of UpWrite Press. This material is under copyright and cannot be reproduced in any capacity without explicit permission from the copyright holder.

Andy Yen's Resources:

William Stewart's Resources:

US Government Resources:

  • These materials are in the public domain.

The Open University Resources:

Adam Gaweda's Resources:

Norbert Elliot's Resources:

LearnNC Resources:

José Picardo's Resources:

University of Rhode Island Resources:

University of Texas at El Paso Resources:

Boundless Resources:

Ruby Waddell's Resources:

B2Bento Resources:

Daniel Trottier's Resources:

Journalist's Resource Resources:

All other materials are under copyright and may not be reproduced without explicit permission from the copyright holder.


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