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Beginner Escape Room Guidebook

Guidebook for designing escape room games for healthcare interprofessional caregivers. Licensee may not create escape rooms or instructions for escape room games for profit. The beginner guidebook does not require participants to have discipline-specific knowledge.

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Please read the terms and conditions of this license agreement ("Agreement") carefully. By clicking "Accept" on the "Review and Accept Agreement" page during the licensing process, you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions on behalf of the Licensee identified below, and you represent and warrant that you are authorized to do so.


Beginner Escape Room Guidebook For Health Care Education 


This license is intended to be used by non-profit organizations for creating escape room games to educate health care students and to promote interprofessional communication amongst health care providers.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS - The following terms and conditions govern this Agreement by and between the Regents of the University of Minnesota, a constitutional corporation under the laws of the State of Minnesota, ("University") and the Licensee.

Definitions - For purposes of this agreement, the following terms have the following meanings.

"Approved Copies" means duplicates of the Work that shall include the statement below:

Copyright ©2018 Regents of the University of Minnesota, All rights reserved.

"Effective Date" means the date when the Licensee clicks the button indicating agreement with all the terms and conditions of the license. The Effective Date is GENERAL - EFFECTIVE DATE.

"Purpose" means the use of the Work pursuant to the Terms & Conditions of this Agreement, for use by the Licensee for creating and implementing escape room games to educate health care students and to promote interprofessional communication amongst health care providers. Purpose does not include the right to use the toolkit to produce or to incorporate the toolkit in a commercial product or service.

“Work” means the Beginner Escape Room Facilitator Guide and any modifications based on the Beginner Escape Room Facilitator Guide.


Grant of License - Subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement, University hereby grants to Licensee and Licensee accepts a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferrable, non-sub-licensable, revocable, world-wide license to use the Work for the Purpose. Licensee is granted no other license to or rights in the Work other than as expressly stated in this Agreement. University retains all rights in the Work not granted to the Licensee. University retains ownership of the copyright to the Work.


Rights of the U.S. Government and Third Parties - No provision of this Agreement limits, conditions or otherwise affects the United States of America's or any other third party's rights and interests in the Work.


University Intellectual Property Rights - Title to and ownership of the Work shall at all times remain with the University and Licensee shall not have any title or ownership interest therein. All rights not expressly granted to Licensee under the Agreement are reserved by University.


Use of the University's Names and Trademarks - No provision of the Agreement grants the Licensee any right or license to use the names, logos, or any marks owned by or associated with the University or the names, or identities of any member of the faculty, staff, or student body of the University except as may be otherwise provided in this Agreement and Licensee shall not use such names or marks without the prior written approval of the Licensee's Office of University Relations. Research Collaborators’ trademark policies apply.


Publications - Licensee may publish and present the results of Licensee’s use of the Work in peer-reviewed journals. All manuscripts, abstracts and presentations must acknowledge the receipt of the Work from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing in the acknowledgments section. In all manuscripts, abstracts and presentations the following papers should be cited:

Friedrich C, Teaford H, Taubenheim A, Boland P, Sick B. 2018. Beginner Escape Room Guidebook for Health Care Education.  Minneapolis, MN: 1Health Interprofessional Education Program.

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Termination - If the Licensee breaches or fails to perform one or more of its obligations under the Agreement, the University may deliver a written notice of default to the Licensee. Without further action by a party, the Agreement shall terminate if the default has not been cured in full within thirty (30) days. The University may terminate the Agreement immediately by delivering to the Licensee a written notice of termination if the Licensee or its agents or representatives commences or maintains an action in any court of competent jurisdiction or a proceeding before any governmental agency asserting or alleging, in any respect, the validity or enforceability of any of the Work.

The Licensee shall notify the University, in writing, at least thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of any such action or the instigation of any such proceeding. Upon termination or expiration, all rights granted to Licensee under this Agreement, with respect to the Work, terminate; and upon request Licensee shall return (or destroy and certify destruction) of any copies of the Work, however Licensee shall be permitted to keep copies of the Work to ensure compliance with this Agreement and for its own internal data management purposes.


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