Ginevra Posted June 23, 2009 Share Posted June 23, 2009 Okay, so I got the OYAN. I wanted this partially for myself (I have a fantasy novel in the works) and partially for my dd, if she wants to do it. But their weird license agreement thing is making me feel very uncomfortable and hampered. For those who don't know, there's a slip of paper in the package that says, "You were not sold these materials. You obtained a license for your household for indefinite use. If you wish to use it for more than one student, you must obtain a new workbook. You may not sell the materials or you will void your license." (I'm paraphrasing from memory.) This is so darn weird! And what does it actually mean? The package contains a workbook, a textbook, several lessons on DVD and some "resource novels" I could print off a CD. What is to stop us both from watching the videos and both reading the textbook? Is it unethical to do so? What would this mean to you? And keep in mind, this was not inexpensive; I paid $199 for materials that supposedly were not actually sold to me, even though here they are and I need not ever return them. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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