Access to and use of the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale’s Web site is subject to the following terms and conditions and all applicable laws and policies of Yale University. By accessing this Web site, you fully acknowledge and accept these terms and conditions:
1. Berkeley Divinity School retains all rights, including copyright, in data, images, software, documentation, text, and other information contained in these files (subject in some cases to third-party rights. Copyright and other proprietary rights may be held by individuals or entities other than Berkeley Divinity School.)
2. Many of the marks, pictures and logos displayed on this site are registered and/or unregistered marks of the Berkeley Divinity School. The trademarks of third parties may also be displayed on this site. Nothing contained in this site should be construed as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right to use any trademarks displayed on the site without the express written permission of Berkeley Divinity School or any third party that may own the trademarks displayed on the site. Any unauthorized use of the trademarks or any other materials, except as authorized in these Terms and Conditions, is strictly prohibited.
3. Without limiting the foregoing, all materials on the site are provided “AS IS” WITHOUT A WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE, AND/OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. Berkeley Divinity School assumes no responsibility, and shall not be liable for, any damages to, or viruses that may infect, your computer equipment or other property on account of your use of the site or your downloading of any materials from the site.
4. Berkeley Divinity School has not reviewed all of the sites linked to the site and is not responsible for the content of any off-site pages or other sites linked to the site. Your linking to any off-site pages or other sites is at your own risk.
5. Berkeley Divinity School may at any time revise these Terms and Conditions by updating this posting. You are bound by any such revisions and should therefore periodically visit this page to review the then-current Terms and Conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
May I put unaltered images or text from the Berkeley Divinity School’s web site on a file server at my school?
Yes, if there is no charge for the user and if electronic distribution is of limited term to your school only. The images must remain unaltered. All of the accompanying caption information must be included without alteration, and the citation should include the URL “http://www.yale.edu/berkeleydivinity.”
May I put unaltered images or text from the Berkeley Divinity School’s web site on my personal Web site?
Yes, so long as the site takes in no advertisements and no sponsors, does not charge a fee for services, and does not offer any product or service for sale. The images must remain unaltered. All of the accompanying caption information must be included without alteration, and the citation should include the URL “http://www.yale.edu/berkeleydivinity.”
May I put images or text from the Berkeley Divinity School’s site on a CD-ROM, public domain or otherwise?
May I print selected images or text excerpts from Berkeley Divinity School’s site for a school report?
Yes, if it is a personal or academic work, and not for publication in any medium. The images must remain unaltered. All of the accompanying caption information must be included without alteration. You should cite the source as you would any printed work; the citation should include the URL “http://www.yale.edu/berkeleydivinity.” This type of use is encouraged; all other forms of publication are expressly prohibited, without prior written permission.
How do I obtain permission for other forms of publication?
Anyone wishing to use the materials from this site for purposes other than as authorized herein must obtain prior written approval. Permission for such use is granted on a case-by-case basis at the sole discretion of Berkeley Divinity School, or the relevant rights holder, as the case may be.