You are welcome to link to the materials on our website and in general, use the website offerings at www.khanacademy.org, as long as there is not a charge specific to using the resource (for example, if a tutor charges $20 per hour per student without Khan Academy but $30 per hour with Khan Academy, that breaks the noncommercial clause).
To use or embed Khan Academy materials (videos or exercises) in a distinct offering apart from www.khanacademy.org, please refer to our:
- Creative Commons (CC by NC SA) license (for video and exercise use)
- Terms of Service
- Trademark and Brand Usage Policy
- If embedding, use our embeddable player. Linking or embedding videos is allowed as long as it is done in adherence to our license and Terms of Service, in particular the attribution and non-commercial clauses.
- In particular, refer to our Trademark and Brand Usage Policy regarding the use of the term "Khan Academy" or our logo.
- Please pay attention to the attribution and non-commercial clauses (see below for a quick summary).
Attribution: Per our license, you must attribute the material back to Khan Academy, but not in any way that suggests that Khan Academy directly endorses you or your use of the materials. Please include a link to www.khanacademy.org and the verbiage "NOTE: All Khan Academy content is available for free at www.khanacademy.org>". Where Khan Academy materials are incorporated into a service that requires login for the service, notification must be provided PRIOR to login that all Khan Academy materials are available for free at www.khanacademy.org.
Non-commercial: Khan Academy defines “non-commercial” as any use that is not directly intended to generate sales or profits for the user. (Advertisements on a website are considered commercial. It is also considered commercial for a third-party to use Khan Academy in advertising or marketing for their services or products.)
- As an example, the use by a for-profit corporation of our content for internal professional development and/or training of its employees is “non-commercial” as long as that corporation does not charge its employees for such use.
- As another example, the use by an organization that is incorporating our content in a paid offering is NOT "non-commercial"
- For mobile apps or other similar use cases, the title and/or description should clearly indicate it is unofficial; if there is a "contact us” section, the developer(s) should be listed for technical issues.