THE RESEARCH PROCESS: Letter of Permission
 
Information on this page was originally published on the Springfield (Pa.) Township High School Virtual Library Web site. Reproduced with permission.

When writing for permission you are more likely to get a positive response if you:

Remember to:

Date

Publisher's Name (if available)
Publisher's Address (if available)

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am a student at Redwood High School, and I am writing to ask permission to use
________________________________________________________________________________
(a quote or picture or music or video clip--be specific about exactly what piece of copyright material
you are asking for) in my multimedia or Web project. This project is a school assignment for my __________________class.
I expect the project to be posted on our school's Web site on ____________ (date).

Thank you for considering my request. If you agree, I will properly cite the source on my Web page.
Please let me know if you'd like me to follow any special instructions for acknowledging this material.
Please sign or respond below and return or email this form to me.

Sincerely,
Your name

Redwood High School
395 Doherty Drive
Larkspur, CA 94939
http://redwood.org
student e-mail address


Permission granted (signature, if regular mail) _____________________________________

Full name _____________________________________________

Title _________________________________________________

Date ___________

Conditions or instructions (if any) ______________________________________



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