Contribution Terms of Service

CTC Referatory Contribution Terms & Conditions

Thank you for agreeing to submit an item to the Cleveland Teaching Collaborative (CTC) Resource Referatory. Your submission will help provide information and tools for teachers to be successful in the classroom, whether they are online or face-to-face.

This project is supported by the History Department, Teacher Education Department, College of Education and Human Services, and College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Cleveland State University. 

By agreeing to the Terms and Conditions on the site, you agree to the following

I voluntarily submitted, on the date stated, to the CTC Resource Referatory.

I affirm that all metadata submitted is accurate and owned/created by me. The submission does not contain material that is copied from or based, in whole or in part, upon any other photographic, literary, or other material, except to the extent that such material is in the public domain, or you have permission of the copyright owner, or its use is allowed by “Fair Use” as prescribed by the terms of United States copyright law and cited appropriately.

I affirm that, to the best of my knowledge, the submission may be made freely available for inspection and use by faculty and staff, students, and members of the general public, and that no part of the submission is confidential under law or agreement with any third party.

Creative Commons: 
All items contributed from the United States and globally are made under the understanding that content created for this site follows a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)

Note that this site collects email addresses in order to validate submissions. These addresses are not shared. In making/sharing your submission, i.e. making a contribution to the archive, be aware that we publish the fields "creator/author" and "contributor." If you want to personally remain anonymous, please check the anonymous option at the bottom/end of the contribution form. If other than yourself, you should always cite the "creator/author," which is the individual and/or institution that originally created the materials being contributed.

Copyright & Takedown
The project team has made the best effort to adhere to known intellectual property and privacy rights. Due to the nature of community-built collections we are not always able to identify intellectual property and/or privacy information. We are eager to hear from any rights owners so that we may obtain accurate information. Please contact us to make corrections or to request removal of materials from public access.


Please contact Shelley Rose ( or Molly Buckley-Marudas ( with any questions about the CTC Resource Referatory.