Copyright Policy

The copyright for information on the CEFRIO website is held exclusively either by CEFRIO or by its authors. This applies to any document (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web pages, images, videos, etc.) on the website or on any other media.

The use of the information on the CEFRIO website or on any other media is authorized without prior permission from CEFRIO provided the full source is clearly mentioned. However, any commercial reproduction of this information, in whole or in part, is prohibited without authorization from CEFRIO or from its authors

CEFRIO makes every effort to ensure that the information on the website or on any other media is as accurate and up-to-date as possible at the time it is made available. However, CEFRIO does not provide any guarantee regarding the accuracy or exhaustive nature of the information made available, and does not assume any liability for this information.

Authorization Requests

With the exception of CEFRIO and the authors, anyone who, for commercial purposes, wishes to reproduce, store, download, translate, or publicly show, or otherwise use the information produced by CEFRIO, must obtain prior authorization from CEFRIO or from the authors. To this end, any request for authorization to use said information must be addressed to Annie Lavoie (418-523-3746 ext. 235, annie.lavoie@cefrio.qc.ca).

For documents produced as part of research projects, CEFRIO will contact the authors as needed.

This policy has been in effect since 2003 and is reviewed annually.