Copyright - Open Government Licence
All content published on the Borders College website or otherwise published by the college (including information released under FOI) is available under the Open Government Licence (OGL) v3.0, except where otherwise stated.
If you re-use text content under the OGL, you must include the following attribution: Borders College, [name and date of publication], licensed under the Open Government Licence.
Please bear in mind that materials downloaded from the Borders College website are up-to-date versions but items you have obtained from Borders College in the past, or from elsewhere, may not be. Borders College updates its guidance and other materials from time to time. We recommend that you use the latest versions by referring to the Borders College website.
Borders College’s intellectual property rights, including copyright in its materials, are unaffected by Borders College’s voluntary application of the OGL. These rights still belong to Borders College.
Borders College does not grant anyone any rights to reuse images or other material published on our website or otherwise published by the college (including information released under FOI) which is subject to third-party copyright.
Borders College’s logos
The use of any of Borders College’s logos on any document or in association with any information signifies that the document or information has been prepared or approved by Borders College. The logos are used only on materials generated by Borders College or where Borders College has worked in association with an organisation.
Use of any of Borders College‘s logos without consent infringes the copyright held in respect of the logos. No permission will be granted for the use of the logos nor will reproduction of the logos in any form be allowed unless Borders College determines that: