LICENSE TO USE / PERMISSION TO USE
Why Might I Need to Acquire a License from Shannon Wallace, LLC?
When you want to use anything owned by Shannon Wallace, LLC and the Musical Memory Care™ brand (this includes logos, any promotional materials, Shannon's image, techniques, methodologies, collateral material, manuals, other products or the program name, you must acquire a licensing agreement.
When purchases something from Shannon Wallace, LLC, it must be for personal use, unless otherwise indicated or designated.
Shannon Wallace, LLC retains ownership of all materials. The right to use any and all content generated by Shannon Wallace, LLC is what is granted with a License to Use or a Permission to Use.
Shannon Wallace, LLC content, techniques, methodologies and materials are copyrighted and require a License to Use or a Permission to Use when implementing and/or sharing in a training or consulting capacity.
What is the Difference Between a License to Use and a Permission to Use?
A License to Use is granted to agencies or individuals when they want to use Shannon Wallace, LLC techniques, methodologies, materials, products and/or resources within their company or organization, or are including them in the content they are using in a professional or public manner. Once all guidelines are met, as determined by the licensing team, and payment has been received, a license may be granted and a signed document would be issued with all the pertinent data and time constraints.
Fees are determined based upon number of users for the requested content and purpose for use. A fee schedule may be available for review.
A Permission to Use may be granted to educational institutions, select individuals, or in specific situations. A Permission to Use does not require the payment of a fee, although there are requirements for appropriate citations.
Whether your Use qualifies under a License to Use or a Permission to Use will be determined by the specifics of the inquiry and in consultation with the Shannon Wallace, LLC team.
Over time, there will be a number of public domain items and resources that can be used free-of-charge with a simple acknowledgement statement posted on part of the user.
Please direct all Licensing inquiries to email@example.com.
We endeavor to answer all inquiries within 48 hours.