Dissemination Sample Clauses

Dissemination. 1. All public events, activities, curricular materials, press releases, requests for proposals, bid solicitations, and other documents produced with OSHE funds provided pursuant to this agreement must state clearly that the project partnership is administered by OSHE and that OSHE is a partner in the project partnership. The only official name to be used in describing the overall program is “Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)” and no other institutional- specific branded name shall be used in official communication about the grants.
Dissemination. 1. Each beneficiary shall ensure that the foreground of which it has ownership is disseminated as swiftly as possible. If it fails to do so, the REA may disseminate that foreground.
Dissemination. Group shall be solely responsible for disseminating an electronic copy (via the internet or otherwise) or a paper copy of the applicable SBC to participants and beneficiaries (including pre-enrollees) in a manner compliant with (a) the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA, as amended), if applicable; (b) all the requirements of Section 2715 of the Public Health Service Act (PHSA) as added by Section 1001 of PPACA; (c) any applicable regulations implementing PHSA Section 2715 codified in the Code of Federal Regulations; and, (d) any sub-regulatory guidance regarding PHSA Section 2715. The circumstance under which Group shall provide an SBC to participants and beneficiaries, within the time permitted by law, include but may not be limited to upon request, application, open enrollment, renewal, special enrollment, and change in coverage between application and effective date of coverage.
Dissemination. The coordination of dissemination between the VRC and EGI offers an opportunity to maximise the impact of the collaboration. The VRC will benefit from information from the wider EGI community tailored to their needs meanwhile the EGI dissemination team can help achieve benefits of scale by promoting the achievements from within the VRC in a wider context than their own field. This is increasingly important as breakthroughs and tools in one discipline are exploited in others.
Dissemination. 1. Without prejudice of the need to secure the legal protection of Intellectual Property the beneficiary shall ensure that the foreground which they own is published or otherwise made publicly available as soon as reasonably practicable.
Dissemination. 14.1. If a Partner wishes to disseminate information relating to the Foreground Intellectual Property, it shall give the other Partners (via the Project Management Team) no less than thirty (30) days prior written notice of any such publication, during which time any objection to the publication must be raised. Where no objection is made during said period, this shall be deemed an approval of the dissemination activity. However, if an objection is made and upheld, the publishing Partner shall:
Dissemination. 31.4.1 Modes of dissemination shall not be limited to academic journals, books, or conferences (as noted in Article 33.9).
Dissemination. Regular dissemination actions (journal publications, conferences, workshops, exhibitions, events, advertising of results at ORCA website, etc.)
Dissemination level Please indicate the dissemination level using one of the following codes: PU Public CO Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) EU-RES Classified Information: RESTREINT UE (Commission Decision 2005/444/EC) EU-CON Classified Information: CONFIDENTIEL UE (Commission Decision 2005/444/EC) EU-SEC Classified Information: SECRET UE (Commission Decision 2005/444/EC)