TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

Properties of the site

This site is the property of the Common Content Project.

The publication is managed by Jennifer Burt, member of the Common Content Steering Group.

The general structure, as well as the software, texts, animated images or not its know-how, and all other components of the site are the exclusive property of the Common Content Project.

Rights and duties of the user

The user of this site acknowledges having the skills necessary to access this site, use it and have verified that the computer configuration used contains no viruses and is in perfect working order.

The user is informed that during his visits to the site a cookie may be automatically installed on his browser. The cookie is a block of data that does not identify it but is used to record information relating to the navigation of it on the site.

Users of this site are required to comply with the provisions of the law relating to computers, files and freedoms, the violation is punishable by criminal penalties.

 

Guideline on the Use of the Common Content Logo

(Approved May 2007)

 

  1. ENTITLEMENT TO USE THE COMMON CONTENT LOGO

The Common Content project may use the logo. A Participating Institute which has demonstrated that it has met the criteria for membership established by the Steering Group (see Constitution) may use the Common Content logo on any relevant stationery, publications, journals or website.

The logo may not be used by:

  • participating Institutes on commercial publications with other parties (other than Institute journals); and
  • any other party, such as an educational institution even if it provides Common Content related education or assessment.

 

  1. REPRODUCTION OF COMMON CONTENT LOGO

The Common Content logo should be reproduced in the agreed blue, black, or white when reversed out of a dark background. The Common Content project or a participating Institute should not use any other colour or add any additional colours to the logo.

The relationship between the bridge and the text should remain fixed.

The logo can be reproduced in different sizes. However, the minimum height is 20 mm. The

recommended height for A4 is 25mm.

The Common Content logo should be surrounded by a clear space of at least the width of the centre arch of the bridge. Nothing should infringe on the clear space.

The Common Content logo should be used in the most effective position.

The Common Content project or a participating Institute should not:

  • recreate, redesign, manipulate or alter any element of the Common Content logo;
  • allow the logo to rotate, flash, turn, change dimensions or move around the screen when used in a digital environment;
  • add any effects to the logo;
  • change the font of the logo;
  • distort the scale of the logo;
  • show the logo at an angle;
  • create a pattern out of the logo; or
  • place the logo on top of photography.