Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Guidelines for Using Material from the Paths to Literacy Site

We are glad that you find our material useful and we hope that you will share it with others.  Our goal is to support teachers, families, and others who are working to promote literact among children who are blind or visually impaired, including those who have additional disabilities or who are deafblind.  We respectfully ask that you follow some basic guidelines.

 

Printing, Emailing,  and Sharing Materials on Social Media

Please do feel free print and share activities, resources, and other items that you find useful!  There are icons on many pages that it make it easy for you to do this:

Sharing materials from Paths to Literacy

We just ask that it be clearly marked where the material comes from and who the author is.  If the author is not specified, then please note that the author is Charlotte Cushman.

 

Posting on the Web

1. Please request permission first:  PathsTo.Literacy@Perkins.org

2. Please clearly credit the author and the website (Paths to Literacy) as well as the URL.  If the author is not specified, please credit Charlotte Cushman.

3. Please summarize the article in your own words and add a link to the original article, rather than copying and pasting the original article in its entirety.

4. If you are interested in posting a full article, please contact us to discuss the options.  We love to be invited to write guest posts on other websites or blogs!

 

Reprinting in Newsletters or Other Publications

1. Please request permission first:  PathsTo.Literacy@Perkins.org.

2. Please clearly credit the author and the website (Paths to Literacy) as well as the URL.  If the author is not specified, please credit Charlotte Cushman.

3. If your publication appears online, including in .pdf format, please follow the guidelines above for posting on the web.

 

Photographs

1.  Photographs may not be copied and shared, unless they appear as part of a larger post or article. 

2.  If they are part of a specific post or article, then please follow the guidelines above.

 

Thank you for following these guidelines!  Let us know if you have questions.