Rights & Permissions
Modified Permissions Guidelines for Educators During the Ongoing Pandemic
Capstone is proud to support online learners with our award-winning PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next research databases, as well as our Capstone Interactive eBook platform.
All material and content published by Capstone and its imprints is protected under copyright law. We want to do everything we can to help students and educators through this challenging period.
While we cannot grant permission for recordings of our titles to be posted online, on any public or private platform, for any length of time, we are happy to grant non-exclusive permission to live-stream read alouds through June 30, 2022, when the following conditions are met:
- The reading is done in a closed (private) live stream that is not recorded or archived
The reading is a one-time, non-dramatic reading of the book, intended for educational and non-commercial purposes only
The reading shall not be publicly shared or broadcast on social media platforms, unless posted “Unlisted” (not public), and shall not be used as a means to generate income via advertising or any other fee
Videos on platforms that auto-archive are immediately deleted (e.g. Facebook Live)
Credit is given to the author(s), illustrator(s), and Capstone
If you are one of our authors or illustrators, you may record the reading of an excerpt of your work for non-commercial purposes if proper credit is given. If you post a video containing any excerpt of a Capstone title, please send a link to email@example.com to inform us of use. Please include a link to www.capstonepub.com in your video or in the comments.
For other permissions requests please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media Requests should be directed to email@example.com.
For more information on our translation and subsidiary rights please visit our International Rights Sales page and direct your inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.