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ATD books and other publications are available for institutional licensing in digital/e-format. For this type of licensing, ATD offers a two-tier pricing structure. Licensing terms can be arranged for one-year, three-year, or perpetual terms.
Tier 1 is a basic "posting" license, which allows the licensee to post the material as a reference resource. This is similar to how a library houses digital content.
Tier 2 allows the licensee to post the material (as in Tier 1), as well as use the content as part of its training curriculum with delivery either in print or e-learning to staff, clients, or students of the institution. There is no access ceiling for the term of the agreement.
The limitation of either a Tier 1 or Tier 2 license is that the content must be posted behind a firewall or through an access-only portal and that the material cannot be "resold," which means a licensee cannot take the material and resell it as part of a program that will be hosted separately from the licensee's permitted access or distribution point.
An example of this would be if a college had purchased a Tier 2 license for a 10-volume custom ATD Book Package and was to sell its courses and allow the e-learning course to be hosted on the college's client's intranet or website—this is not allowed. An allowable use is if the college sells "seats" to the course through its own e-learning distribution channel, as long as the course is hosted by the college IT/web access point.
The following products are available for Tier 1 and Tier 2 Licensing. For more information and specific pricing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other customized packages can be created by ATD on your behalf; pricing is based on availability of content and licensee requirements. Content package development fees may apply. Please contact email@example.com.
ATD publications (books, magazines, journals, research reports, Infoline, etc.) are available to non-U.S. publishers for translation, including the right to publish, sell, and distribute foreign-language editions of ATD publications. For more information about translation opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Translating books can take up to three years from the time a new agreement is negotiated with an international publisher. This webpage includes the names of the publishing companies that purchased translation rights for the listed title; ATD does not own or control translated titles. Additionally, ATD does not sell translated books, nor can ATD guarantee that these books will always be available.
Not all of these books are currently available; they may be:
Please contact the publisher directly for more information on title availability in your local language.