However, electronic copying of the course, or small-scale printing out on paper, is allowed for non-profit purposes, provided that the course is not changed in any way, and that reasable steps are taken to ensure that the version being copied is the latest (i.e. the version linked to the multilingual menu at esperanto.org/espviva).
For permission to copy in other contexts, please email the author of the course.
Translation into other languages is encouraged, either for presentation in the WorldWide Web, or for distribution on paper. Prospective translators should contact the author. Translators should be competent in both Esperanto and the target language (ideally native, though in some circumstances this may not be possible). The texts which appear also in the cassette tape "Esperanto Viva!" should not be changed in any way.
The cassette tape "Esperanto Viva!" is copyright by Ian Fantom, and may not be copied without permission.
|Published by Viva Languages in association with Esperanto Teachers' Association (UK).||(c) IDF 1996, 1997, 1998.|