Content Use, Linkage, and Other Collaborations

Content use and collaborations

Go Ask Alice! and Columbia University welcome opportunities to work with non-profit institutions, Web sites, media outlets, and other companies and organizations to increase access to health information. Go Ask Alice! content (questions and answers) are available for license by Internet sites and service providers, newspapers and magazines, book publishers, and health awareness campaigns and promotional events. For more details on licensing content, send a message via the box below, or contact Michael McNeil by phone at 212-854-5453.

Go Ask Alice! content and graphics are copyrighted and may be downloaded only for personal use. Go Ask Alice! content and graphics may not be otherwise reproduced or distributed for any purpose. Visit the Columbia University Copyright page for full copyright information.

** Please note that health questions submitted via this form will not be considered for publication on the site. Please submit all health questions via the Ask Alice! option at the top of each page on the site or via the ask section on the Go Ask Alice! homepage.

Unfortunately, Alice! cannot respond to requests for help with academic assignments. Columbia students wishing to speak directly with a health promotion specialist need to contact the Alice! department.

Linking to Go Ask Alice!

Internet sites may link to Go Ask Alice! without permission via a standard text hyperlink. Please direct your readers to www.goaskalice.columbia.edu.

Advertising

We at Alice! Health Promotion, part of Columbia Health, made the carefully considered decision to not accept commercial sponsorship of any type for Go Ask Alice! Readers have come to rely on us for honest, frank health information free of commercial messages. We are proud to have never including advertising on our site and are committed to maintaining this policy.