Site Policy Agreement Moodle

INASP Moodle uses cookies, IP addresses and URL information to improve the content of the INASP Moodle site, the quality of INASP Moodle servers and make advanced features available to users, if available. INASP Moodle uses cookies to store INASP Moodle IDs, session controllers and browsers and users` hard drives and use them to provide those users with personalized services as they become available. If you contact other users of the site on online forums, direct messaging or discussion forums so that we can provide you with MoodleCloud and other websites hosted by Moodle, we must collect your personal data for correspondence and/or allow us to provide you with our services. We make sure that the information we collect and use is tailored to this purpose. We are a company that values the privacy and data protection rights of its users, and we have no interest in collecting data that goes beyond what we need to make our services work for you. Note that as a site guide, the settings “Site Guidelines” and “Customer Location Policy” are ignored when setting up “Guidelines (tool_policy)” as the site`s author. Visit the UCL website (for more information, click here). When e-mail self-registration is enabled on the site, new users must give their consent to all policies before continuing with the registration form. When verification of the digital age of consent is enabled under “Privacy Settings,” a new user is asked to enter their age and country when they click the “Create a New Account” button.

If the user`s age is less than the age of consent for his country, a message invites him to ask his parent/guardian to contact the help contact (as stated in the “Help Contact” in the management of the website). It seems that someone has tried to plug a URL for your website policy to a point, or maybe there is a space that creates the URL that hasn`t been found. Make sure the field is completely removed. User agreements for a specific policy can also be displayed via the “Manage Policies” page by clicking on the link in the Agreements column. This is similar to the URL of the website above, but is displayed by those to whom you grant access to the guest. Note that after creation, a policy can be edited or set inactive, but if the user has accepted it, it cannot be deleted. If you want to file a complaint about how your personal data was handled in MoodleCloud or by a self-hosted Moodle software facility™ you should contact your Moodle Site Administrator or the data manager for your Moodle installation. (For example, if your university or school hosts its own Moodle site, it is the data manager). Enabling the password directive will only affect existing users when they need to choose or change their password. An administrator can force all users to change their password using the Force Password Change option in mass user actions. Moodle data and privacy policy www.ucl.ac.uk/legal-services/privacy/ucl-staff-privacy-notice If a new policy is added, all users must give their consent when they log in next year.

If an existing directive is processed and is not marked as a minor change, all users must give their consent at the next notification.