Dear Permissions Editor:
This letter is a request to use newspaper articles in the Alaska Daily News on the WEB site for our project. The material we would like to use are listed on the enclosed permission request that we are asking you to return.
We are developing a curriculum for elementary and secondary students, which includes providing historical information and development on the Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act. This composite of information is being put on the Internet. Material from your newspaper will provide valuable insights for those unfamiliar with Alaska, and also for those wishing to teach about Alaska Native history and education.
We do not plan to make a profit from your material or to distribute it for monetary benefit. We will provide full acknowledgment of the copyright for your newspaper. If you give us information about the cost and availability of your newspaper articles, we will be happy to include that information on the WEB site along with the excerpt. The WEB site is located at this address: http://www.alaskool.org if you wish to preview material that has been put up so far.
We have enclosed a release form authorizing ISER to use your material on the WEB site for educational purposes only. This form can be returned via fax at (907) if this is more convenient for you.
Please feel free to call us if you have questions or want more information about our project. Thank you for your assistance.
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