To make the IANLP forum a welcoming and lively place for all members, please abide by
the following rules:

1. No rude language.
2. No posts that attack or defame others.
3. No advertising or links to advertising or "Spam" is permitted.

- Advertising or spam is defined as posting a link for the purpose of selling, soliciting or promoting something.
- Links promoting fundraising, advocacy, etc. are not permitted.
 -Links to personal blogs/homepages are allowed in member profiles and signatures
- Sharing of links to helpful and relevant web sites and resources is allowed if they are not used for a promotional purpose.

4. No posts of copyrighted material, lengthy articles, or posts of an overtly political or religious nature
5. Sharing teaching materials and curricula: We would like to encourage members to share their own teaching
materials and curricula with other fellow members around the globe.

6. Limited use license:
Members who use such teaching materials or curricula offered to them are granted a limited use l
icense, i.e., they may only use such materials in their own professional work, but are not entitled to share such materials
with other individuals, or to exploit the materials commercially (publishing, selling, etc.).

7. Illegal Access or illegal use of information gathered in the forum.
While participation in this forum requires
registration and is only available to members in good standing, you cannot assume that this guarantees an absolute safety
net. You agree that in no way shall the IANLP be held legally responsible for the acts individuals who may exploit information
gathered in this forum.


1. Please check for open topics. Before posting a new topic, please check to see if there is already a topic open on
the subject.
2.Report posts that violate the rules. Do this by selecting the Admin alert button at the top right corner of the post.
3. Use good judgement. Never rely on information or opinions exchanged to replace necessary, personal consultation(s)
with qualified professionals to meet your needs.
4. Use descriptive titles for new posts. Avoid "generic" post subjects like "Help" or "Question". You will receive a better
response to your posts by making your title more descriptive about the content of your post.
5. Please stay on topic. Posts which are not relevant to the forum topic may be deleted. 

The forum admin reserves the right to edit or delete posts without prior notice that violate the rules above.
7. Rules and guidelines may change at any time, please re-read them regularly.

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