All of the material on this website is protected by copyright.


All the text is copyrighted by the author, Margo Fryer.

Archival documents that were prepared in the course of the work of the Learning Exchange and that are available via links in particular articles are copyrighted by the University of British Columbia (UBC) and used with UBC’s permission.


All the audio excerpts from interviews done by Margo Fryer are copyrighted. All are used with the permission of the person interviewed.


Most of the photographs on the site are copyrighted either by the author, Margo Fryer, or the University of British Columbia. Most of the UBC photos were taken by Chloe Lewis, a photographer who worked closely with the Learning Exchange for several years. The other UBC photographs were taken by staff photographers.

The two photographs of labyrinths created in coastal sandbars, including the main photograph on the home page, are copyrighted by Les Blydo, the creator of the labyrinths.

I have used three photographs taken by my friend Jenna Cragg, who holds the copyright. These photographs are located in articles in the Reflections section and in the last article in the Learning Exchange story.

There is one photograph of Herbert Rosengarten in the Learning Exchange story which is copyrighted by him.

The graphic used in the heading for the archive of the “Taking the Plunge” blog is copyrighted by University Affairs.

All photographs are used with permission of the copyright holder.

To find out who holds the copyright on photographs that are embedded in the articles, hover your cursor over the photograph.

To find out which of the photographs that appear as thumbnails and lead photographs for each article are copyrighted by the University of British Columbia, refer to the gallery below. Except for the labyrinth photo in the About section, all other thumbnails and lead photographs were taken by and are copyrighted by Margo Fryer.

Lead-in photographs copyrighted by UBC