HOW TO USE THE TOOLBOX
The value of The Toolbox is the community that creates, uses and maintains it.
The Toolbox is created under a license with the ‘Creative Commons’, who’s ethos is that when we share, everyone wins. As Toolbox community members, here are a couple of things you need to know about what these licences mean, and why your input is so important for the continued upkeep and improvement of this open source set of assets.
There are two types license that have been applied to the assets; Those that can be modified, improved and personalised to your organisation (that are presented in excel format), and those that should not be modified, (which are in pdf format). Those that cannot be modified are known as ‘No-Derivative’.
In order to help The Toolbox evolve and stay current, we hope that you contribute to the sharing ethos of this community by promoting the Toolbox through your own network.
We encourage you to share adaptations, improvements and new assets with other users on the platform. This is known as ‘Share-Alike’.
All of the assets are free to use, whether you are a team, organisation, consultant or other. We do stipulate that the assets cannot be re-sold, as the objective of The Toolbox is to empower organisations with accessible and free to use resources, rather than create any financial barriers. In the creative commons licence, this is known as ‘Non-Commerical’.
While these are free to use, we also ask that you credit the original creators when referring to The Toolbox, (The Toolbox community, and/or 11th Hour Racing Team). This is known as ‘Attribution’.
You will come across these licence types at the footer of each resource, so here is what to look for:
Those that can be modified:
(Document name) by the community of Toolbox users is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Those that cannot be modified:
(Document name) by ‘Username’ and the community of Toolbox users is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
If you would like to find out more about these licenses, check out the Creative Commons website here.