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The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
JRC reports on open education are available for reuse, according to the reuse policy of the European Commission, which is implemented by a Decision of 12 December 2011. You can reproduce it (copy and redistribute it in any medium or format) and reuse it (adapt, translate, remix, transform and build on it), for any purpose other than the initial purpose for which it was produced, including commercial and non-commercial ones.
However, you must acknowledge the original source as it is stated on the cover of the report and fully respect any other reuse conditions specified in the document (namely, the obligation not to distort the original meaning of the document and the non-liability of the Commission for any consequences stemming from the reuse). Reuse in a manner calculated to deceive or to defraud is not authorised and you should avoid to imply or suggest in any way that the Commission endorses you or your use.
If you wish to translate any JRC report on open education, we suggest you to follow the guidelines below:
Please note that if the intended reuse consists in a modification to the original document (e.g. translation) and you intend to continue to use the European Emblem, any of its elements or the logo of the European Commission, additional conditions shall apply. These cannot be used to imply or suggest unintended endorsement or promotion of the objectives and activities of the user the institutions, bodies, offices, agencies and organs of the European Union or the Council of Europe.
In addition, the use of the logo of the European Commission always requires prior express authorisation.