The SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION website provides two areas:
1. Publicly accessible SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION area
In the SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION area whose content is public, i.e. accessible without prior registration, users are able to access information about the SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION project (under ‘Project’), information about the option of contributing their own teaching resources to the SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION (under ‘Your Contribution’), contact details (under ‘Contact’), news with regard to the SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION collection (under ‘Activities’), or accessing SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION teaching materials (under ‘Teaching Resources’).
Use of the publicly accessible SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION website is free, and users do not need to enter any personal data. All teaching resources of the SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION may be used free of charge but in compliance with the Creative Commons license explicitly stated for each teaching resource. The Creative Commons license regulates the permitted type of use (disclosure, modification, attribution, etc.).
2. Non-public SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION area
Users who upload their own teaching resources to their account and wish to add them to the SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION (hereinafter referred to as teaching resource authors) agree that their teaching resources will be found and used by other users in the publicly accessible SUSTAINICUM COLLECTION area via the search engine. The type of permitted use can be determined by the teaching resource author when creating the new teaching resource by selecting the appropriate Creative Commons license. The type of permitted use can be changed in the account by the teaching resource author at any time.
As part of creating a new teaching resource, additional files required for the use of the resource, e.g. instructions, PowerPoint slides and others, may be added to the teaching resource by the teaching resource author. The teaching resource author must confirm before uploading that these files do not violate any rights of third parties. Finally, before publishing his teaching resource, the teaching resource author must confirm that the use of the entire teaching resource does not violate the rights of third parties and that the teaching resource author is fully responsible for the teaching resource provided by him.