Can I reuse McGraw-Hill content in other places?

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Permission to photocopy or republish excerpts from McGraw-Hill books and digital resources may be obtained by submitting a written request to McGraw-Hill Education’s Permissions Department. Please click here for further instructions.

However, users may display, download, or print out PowerPoint slides and images associated with the site--for personal and educational use only. Educational use refers to classroom teaching, lectures, presentations, rounds, and other instructional activities, such as displaying, linking to, downloading, printing and making and distributing multiple copies of said isolated materials in both print and electronic format. Users will only display, distribute, or otherwise make such PowerPoint slides and images from the applicable materials available to students or other persons attending in-person presentations, lectures, rounds or other similar instructional activities presented or given by User.

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