About Learn the Net
Learn the Net delivers high quality educational products and services in print, digital media, and to the desktop and mobile devices via the Internet and intranets.
Learn the Net went online in April, 1996. The site is now widely acknowledged as one of the world's leading guides to the Internet and World Wide Web. It's used extensively as an objective source of Internet training by thousands of educational institutions worldwide, including schools, universities and libraries, as well as corporations and government agencies.
Our field-tested products have garnered numerous industry awards. The editors of Yahoo!Internet Life ranked Learn the Net among the Top 100 Sites in 1999 and 2000. For a look at the early days of this pioneering venture, visit Archive.org.
Use of Learn the Net Content
All articles and other editorial content on the Learn the Net website are protected under United States copyright laws and international treaties. They may not be duplicated or distributed without written permission.
We often receive inquiries from people who want to use Learn the Net articles for training sessions and presentations. Any use of Learn the Net content in a form other than viewing it on the website must be approved in advance. Please e-mail your request, providing specific information as to how you would like to use the articles.In general, we use the following guidelines:
- Non-profit organizations may reproduce and distribute up to 50 copies of no more than five articles free of charge. Distribution must be for non-commercial, educational purposes only.
- Content can be reproduced in print only, not in electronic format.
- The copyright notice and the URL of the website [http://www.learnthenet.com] must be prominently displayed.
If you want to distribute Learn the Net content in a for-profit endeavor, we would be happy to discuss a licensing agreement. Please e-mail us with a description of the use and number of users, so we can quote a price.
Our Location E-mail: email@example.com for general inquiries.