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*When you post any content, you are granting the American Academy of Ophthalmology an unrestricted license to use it.
 
*When you post any content, you are granting the American Academy of Ophthalmology an unrestricted license to use it.
 
*The materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The American Academy of Ophthalmology will not accept posting of materials copied from another source without permission. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of our editors.  
 
*The materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The American Academy of Ophthalmology will not accept posting of materials copied from another source without permission. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of our editors.  
*When you post material you warrant to the American Academy of Ophthalmology that you have the appropriate rights to all of the materials posted (including text, images, video and audio). This means you own the copyright in the materials, have a license or permission to use the materials, or the material resides on a third party site that allows you to link to its content.  
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*When you post material you warrant to the American Academy of Ophthalmology that you have the appropriate rights to all of the materials posted (including text, images, video and audio). This means you own the copyright in the materials, have a license or permission to use the materials, or the material resides on a third party site that allows you to link to its content. Specifically,  materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The posting of materials copied from another source without permission will not be allowed. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of the editors.  
 
*For information on properly citing references, please refer to the [[Getting Started#Adding_References_and_Avoiding_Plagiarism|Adding References and Avoiding Plagiarism]] section of [[Getting Started|Getting Started]].
 
*For information on properly citing references, please refer to the [[Getting Started#Adding_References_and_Avoiding_Plagiarism|Adding References and Avoiding Plagiarism]] section of [[Getting Started|Getting Started]].

Revision as of 10:25, May 25, 2011

  • When you post any content, you are granting the American Academy of Ophthalmology an unrestricted license to use it.
  • The materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The American Academy of Ophthalmology will not accept posting of materials copied from another source without permission. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of our editors.
  • When you post material you warrant to the American Academy of Ophthalmology that you have the appropriate rights to all of the materials posted (including text, images, video and audio). This means you own the copyright in the materials, have a license or permission to use the materials, or the material resides on a third party site that allows you to link to its content. Specifically, materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The posting of materials copied from another source without permission will not be allowed. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of the editors.
  • For information on properly citing references, please refer to the Adding References and Avoiding Plagiarism section of Getting Started.