Interested publishers can adopt BRAINSCRIBE program through a licensing agreement.
Licensing agreement gives the publisher the right to translate, publish, communicate and distribute BRAINSCRIBE resources.
License is agreed based on a territory (country), or based on a language/territory (particular language in a multilanguage country).
FAQ 1: Limited Volume of Language Content to be Translated
A typical BRAINSCRIBE workbook contains up to 300 words with up to 2.000 characters, making the translation of the whole BRAINSCRIBE PROGRAM simple, quick, and inexpensive.
FAQ 2: Changing Illustrations and Characters
A publisher (licensee) can use its own characters and illustrations in BRAINSCRIBE resources.
FAQ 3: E-resources or E-resources and Printed Workbooks
A publisher (licensee) is free to decide to publish all BRAINSCRIBE resources in e-format, or in a printed form, as well.
FAQ 4: Combining Tasks and Activities into new Workbooks
A publisher (licensee) can use the large BRAINSCRIBE base of resources to combine existing tasks and activities into new collections and workbooks.
Rights available: World, excluding Bulgaria, Poland, Slovenia.