Terms of Service Policy
Last Updated: March 01, 2022
The Terms and Conditions (hereinafter, the "Terms") contained herein shall govern all usage of the EducateWorkforceTM portal located at the EducateWorkforceTM website (www.EducateWorkforce.com), including all pages of the EducateWorkforce website (hereinafter, collectively, the "Website"). These Terms apply in full force and effect to your use of the Website. By clicking "Accept", below, and by using the Website, you expressly accept all terms and conditions contained herein in full. You must not use the Website, if you have any objection to any of these Terms.
Part 1. Usage and Access of Content.
By using the Website and accepting these Terms, you expressly acknowledge the rights of Clemson University Research Foundation ("CURF") and Clemson University ("Clemson") in the workforce educational program entitled EducateWorkforceTM, in all materials and content on the Website, or otherwise accessible through use of the Website, including all intellectual property rights to the foregoing, whether under copyright, trademark, trade secret, etc., (collectively, the "Content"), and agrees to do nothing inconsistent with such rights or to challenge such rights.
You further agree to use the Content solely for non-commercial educational purposes, and only in the form and manner provided through the Website and with appropriate copyright notices and trademark legends as prescribed on the Website, or otherwise by CURF, and not to use any other trademark or service mark of CURF or Clemson in combination with any Content without prior written approval of CURF.
You further agree that any usage of any trademarks, service marks, or tradenames within the Content (collectively, "Marks") by Licensee shall inure to the benefit of and be on behalf of CURF and Clemson.
You further agree that the nature and quality of all services rendered by you in connection with Content (including the Marks), and any related advertising, promotional and other related uses of Content (including the Marks) by you, shall be in support of your non-commercial educational use of the Content.
You further agree that through use of the Website, no right, title or interest in the Content, other than the right to use the Content in accordance with these Terms, is provided.
You further agree that title to any improvements, modifications, corrections, or derivative works of the Content shall vest solely in Clemson.
You further agree to cooperate with CURF in facilitating CURF’s control of the nature and quality of any Content or services provided incorporating the Marks, and to supply CURF with information of all uses of the Content upon request by CURF or Clemson, as well as all other information reasonably requested by CURF or Clemson for its assessment, evaluation and/or research regarding the outcomes and effectiveness of EducateWorkforceTM. You acknowledge and agree that all information and data provided to CURF and/or Clemson in accordance with these Terms may be provided to and used by Clemson in connection with EducateWorkforceTM and its other educational, scientific, and charitable activities.
You further agree to comply with all applicable laws and regulations and to obtain all appropriate government approv¬als pertaining to the use of the Content.
You further agree to only access the Content through the website EducateWorkforce.com.
You further agree that CURF may restrict or cease your access to the Website in response to any violation of any provision within the Terms.
Part 2. Use Restrictions.
You are expressly and emphatically restricted from all of the following:
publishing any Content in any media, except as expressly authorized by the Website;
selling, sublicensing and/or otherwise commercializing any Content;
using the Website in any way that is, or may be, damaging to the Website;
using the Website in any way that impacts user access to the Website;
using the Website contrary to applicable laws and regulations, or in a way that causes, or may cause, harm to the Website, or to any person or business entity;
engaging in any data mining, data harvesting, data extracting or any other similar activity in relation to the Website, or while using the Website; and
using the Website to engage in any advertising or marketing not expressly permitted by the Website.
Certain areas of the Website may be restricted from access by you and CURF or Clemson may further restrict access by you to any areas of the Website, at any time, in its sole and absolute discretion. Any user ID and password you may have for the Website are confidential and you must maintain confidentiality of such information.
The Website is not for use by users under the age of 13 years old. You must not use the Website if you are under the age of 13 years old. Neither CURF nor Clemson knowingly collects any personal information from children under the age of 13. By using this website, you agree that you are at least 18 years old or that you possess consent from your parent, legal guardian, or education institution to use this website.
Part 3. No warranties.
THE WEBSITE IS PROVIDED "AS IS," WITH ALL FAULTS, AND NEITHER CURF NOR CLEMSON MAKE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, OF ANY KIND RELATED TO THE WEBSITE OR THE MATERIALS CONTAINED ON THE WEBSITE, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Additionally, nothing contained on the Website shall be construed as providing consult or advice to you.
Part 4. Limitation of liability.
In no event shall CURF or Clemson, or any of its officers, directors and employees, be liable to you for anything arising out of or in any way connected with your use of the Website, whether such liability is under contract, tort or otherwise, and neither CURF nor Clemson, nor any of its officers, directors and employees shall not be liable for any indirect, consequential or special liability arising out of or in any way related to your use of the Website.
Part 5. Indemnification.
You hereby agree to indemnify to the fullest extent CURF and Clemson from and against any and all liabilities, costs, demands, causes of action, damages and expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees) arising out of or in any way related to your breach of any of the provisions of these Terms.
Part 6. Severability.
If any provision of these Terms is found to be unenforceable or invalid under any applicable law, such unenforceability or invalidity shall not render these Terms unenforceable or invalid as a whole, and such provisions shall be deleted without affecting the remaining provisions herein.
Part 7. Variation of Terms.
CURF is permitted to revise these Terms at any time as it sees fit, and by using the Website you are expected to review such Terms on a regular basis to ensure you understand and agree to all terms and conditions governing use of the Website.
Part 8. Assignment.
CURF shall be permitted to assign, transfer, and subcontract its rights and/or obligations under these Terms without any notification or consent required. However, you shall not be permitted to assign, transfer, or subcontract any of your rights and/or obligations under these Terms.
Part 9. Entire Agreement.
These Terms, including any legal notices and disclaimers contained on the Website, constitute the entire agreement between CURF and you in relation to your use of the Website and the Content, with the exception of any EducateWorkforceTM License Agreement. With the exception of the terms and agreement in any executed EducateWorkforceTM License Agreement, these Terms supersede all prior agreements and understandings with respect to the same.
Part 10. Governing Law & Jurisdiction.
These Terms will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of South Carolina, and you submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts located in South Carolina for the resolution of any disputes.
Last Updated: July 24, 2023
At EducateWorkforce, our mission is to maintain and promote equal access to high-quality education for everyone without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, or disability. Accordingly, we are committed to ensuring that educateworkforce.com
and its affiliated subsites are accessible to individuals with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
and that our platform permits content providers to develop and post accessible content. To meet this goal, we are committed to the following:
We aim to conform educateworkforce.com and its affiliated subsites with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines ("WCAG") 2.1 AA as published by the World Wide Web Consortium, and provide course authoring tools that permit content providers to post course content that complies with WCAG 2.1 AA. We verify conformance through a combination of manual code inspection, automated testing using industry-recognized tools, and compatibility testing using the most widely used accessibility support tools.
We require that all course videos include transcripts and timed closed captioning for all audio and video content. We work to ensure that all content providers comply with their independent obligations under applicable accessibility laws to make sure that course content posted on educateworkforce.com will meet a wide variety of requirements of learners with disabilities. To assist content providers in their efforts, we distribute the platform's Accessibility Best Practices Guidance for Content Providers documentation.
We use content authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline 360 which supports WCAG 2.1 Level AA, including screen readers, keyboard navigation, visible focus indicators, and more. Storyline 360 accessibility guidelines provides additional guidance on how to support Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Section 508 accessibility.
We prioritize accessibility bug fixes to ensure they are remedied with the same level of priority as any other equivalent loss of function for individuals without disabilities.
We welcome accessibility-related feedback, including requests for accommodation, through the email@example.com inbox, which is managed by a knowledgeable EducateWorkforce support team.
Last Updated: July 24, 2023
Information that EducateWorkforce collects from and about you (including Personal information).
Browsing the EducateWorkforce site and courses and creating an EducateWorkforce account.
EducateWorkforce collects information from you when you register for a platform account. For example, we require your Full Name, Email, Highest Level of Education Completed, School Enrollment Status, Birth Year, Gender, Ethnicity, Local Community Living, Employment Status, Zip Code, Country when you create an account but you can use optional field value of "Prefer not to say" should you not want to disclose your information. (You can voluntarily choose to share additional information in your profile, but this is not required.)
Enrolling in courses.
When you enroll in a course on the EducateWorkforce site, the Instructor that offers the course will receive Personal Information from your EducateWorkforce account profile.
Participating in courses.
EducateWorkforce collects information from you when you participate in courses offered on the EducateWorkforce site. For example, we collect the information that you submit as part of your participation in the course, that you include in messages to EducateWorkforce (including messages to learner support), that you provide in user surveys, or that you provide on public forums, webinars and other interactive experiences on the EducateWorkforce Site. We also require Personal Information when you participate in remote proctoring or other course facilitation processes, so that EducateWorkforce's third-party vendor can monitor and assess the integrity of your course activity, or when you earn a Certificate (the certificate will have your name on it).
EducateWorkforce uses third-party service Qualtrics for user surveys throughout the course to gather additional information about how the individual progressed throughout the course. These surveys may be configured to pass this registration information to Qualtrics when the individual begins a survey. Researchers at EducateWorkforce use this Qualtrics information for generating reporting metrics and evaluating the course effectiveness. No personal information within these surveys are shared with third-party organizations.
- YouTube Metadata API - receiving additional information (e.g. duration) about the data associated with the video upload mainly for calculating estimate time to complete a course.
- YouTube Transcript API - used to add closed captions to the EducateWorkforce video player.
- YouTube Image API - pull down video thumbnail used for the EducateWorkofrce video player.
When you participate in a course, the Instructor that offers the course will receive Personal Information about your activity and performance in the course.
How EducateWorkforce Uses Your Personal Information
EducateWorkforce uses information, including Personal Information, to carry out the following purposes:
Operate and improve the EducateWorkforce site — We use information we collect for this purpose, including creating and improving features that support the platform and enable EducateWorkforce site usage at scale. This also includes personalizing the EducateWorkforce site, so your learning experience is tailored to your interests and needs. We do this to meet our legitimate business interests in offering the most useful and helpful experience for our learners.
Create, administer, provide, and teach courses — We use information we collect for this purpose, including creating and improving the delivery of massive open online courses and programs on the EducateWorkforce site. This also includes personalizing courses, so your learning experience is tailored to your interests and needs, assessing your performance, and awarding Certificates. We do this to meet our legitimate business interests in offering the most useful courses possible.
Offer and improve products and services — We use information we collect for this purpose, including enabling you to navigate the EducateWorkforce site, to enroll and participate in courses and programs on the EducateWorkforce site, to learn effectively in such courses and programs, to purchase or obtain products and services on the EducateWorkforce site such as Certificates, and to invite you to participate in market research. We offer products and services on the basis that it is necessary to fulfill our contractual obligations to you under the Terms of Service and improve our products and services to meet our legitimate interests in offering the highest-quality online courses and programs available.
Develop and maintain the security and performance of the EducateWorkforce site — We use information we collect for this purpose, including tracking EducateWorkforce site outages and creating software solutions, detecting violations of the Honor Code and Terms of Service, and monitoring uses, misuses, and potential misuses of the EducateWorkforce site. We do this to meet our legal obligations to keep Personal Information secure and to meet our legitimate business interests in keeping the EducateWorkforce site available at all times.
Communicate with you — As permitted by law, we use information we collect for this purpose, including answering your course and platform questions and notifying you of course and EducateWorkforce site maintenance and updates. We do this on the basis of our legitimate interests in keeping learners up to date about our platform and responding to learner questions.
Promote courses and programs — As permitted by law, we use information we collect for this purpose, including developing and providing promotional and advertising materials that may be useful, relevant, valuable or otherwise of interest to you. We send marketing and advertising to you about course offerings, programs, news, and related products and services of EducateWorkforce, as well as communications about products or services of selected business partners that may be of interest to you. Where required by law, we only send you marketing that you have asked for or that you have given your consent to receive. In other cases, we send marketing to meet our legitimate business interests to promote our business.
Support scientific research including, for example, in the areas of cognitive science and education — We use the information about your participation in courses for this purpose, including collaborating to enable and conduct research about how learners access and master course materials online, with the goal of improving course outcomes. We do this to meet our legitimate interests in supporting scientific and educational research.
Track EducateWorkforce site usage against goals and mission — We use information we collect for this purpose, including performing analytics to evaluate access to and performance in courses and course-related products and services and to report aggregate usage information (not Personal Information) to business partners and external audiences. We do this on the basis of our legitimate interests in completing and furthering our goals and the mission of the EducateWorkforce site.
Exercise, enforce, and comply with legal rights and obligations — In some circumstances, we use information we collect for this purpose, including responding to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal process; and investigating, preventing, or taking action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, security or technical issues, or to protect the rights, property, or safety of EducateWorkforce, or others, and as otherwise required by applicable law. We do this to comply with applicable law (including laws requiring us to keep Personal Information secure), or to meet our legitimate interests in preventing illegal activity, and/or protecting our rights and those of others.
EducateWorkforce may also seek your consent for additional uses of information, including Personal Information, and in such cases will use your Personal Information only for the purpose described to you. All use of Personal Information is subject to applicable law.
How EducateWorkforce Shares Your Personal Information
EducateWorkforce shares the information we collect about you, including Personal Information, with other entities or individuals in the following circumstances:
With Instructors — Instructors receive your Personal Information when you enroll or participate in their courses or programs.
With other learners in courses that you take and with other visitors to the EducateWorkforce site, to create an interactive learning environment, support class participation, and share course information — This includes sharing comments, coursework, or other information or content that you submit to a portion of the EducateWorkforce site designed for viewing by other class members or for public communication. This also includes providing opportunities for you to communicate with other users who may have similar interests or educational goals, for instance, recommending specific study partners or connecting potential student mentees and mentors. In such cases, EducateWorkforce may use all information collected about you to determine who might be interested in communicating with you but will only provide others your username (for clarity, no disclosure of your real name or email address).
With employers, government programs, institutions, or other enterprises that sponsor your enrollment in a course for training or other educational purposes — If an entity pays for or otherwise sponsors your Certificate or course participation, EducateWorkforce will share information with the entity as needed to confirm your enrollment, participation, progress, and completion status in that course.
For legal or safety reasons — We access or share your information to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request; in connection with an investigation on matters related to public safety; as permitted by law; or otherwise as required by law. We disclose your information to protect the security of the EducateWorkforce site and our servers, network systems, and databases. We also disclose your information, as necessary, if we believe that there has been a violation of our Honor Code or Terms of Service (including investigation of potential violations thereof), any other legal document or contract related to the EducateWorkforce site, or the rights of any third party.
To detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or other technical issues.
How To Manage Your Personal Information
You can manage your Personal Information through learner features on the EducateWorkforce site and requests to the EducateWorkforce learner support team. EducateWorkforce will notify you in the event that EducateWorkforce is unable to meet a request that is not legally required. If you believe your rights regarding your Personal Information have been infringed upon, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals with unresolved concerns may have the right to lodge a complaint with their applicable data protection authority.
If you have requested information about and/or enrolled in courses or programs offered on third-party sites or by providers that are not Instructors, including courses or programs offered by EducateWorkforce, the privacy policies relevant to those courses or programs describe how to exercise your rights over your Personal Information.
Access and correct your Personal Information
Much of your Personal Information is available in your EducateWorkforce account. Your name, email address, and other identifiable profile information is editable through your EducateWorkforce Account Settings except as noted below. Your account dashboard lists all current and archived courses in which you have enrolled and includes links to any Certificates you may have earned. You may download copies of your earned Certificates directly from your EducateWorkforce account. Please contact EducateWorkforce learner support to request any corrections to your Personal Information.
Please note that usernames cannot be changed. This is an EducateWorkforce system restriction. Because usernames identify you in courses and elsewhere on the EducateWorkforce site, EducateWorkforce encourages you to use discretion in choosing your username. If you want to protect your identity, do not use your real name or a name identifiable to you as your username. Also, EducateWorkforce does not track or index every time or every place on the EducateWorkforce site when or where a learner may volunteer Personal Information, so neither EducateWorkforce nor Instructors will be able to help you locate or manage all such instances. EducateWorkforce encourages you to use discretion before volunteering Personal Information on the EducateWorkforce site.
Restrict or object to the processing of Personal Information
If you want to manage emails and other communications EducateWorkforce sends to you, you may update your preferences in your EducateWorkforce account dashboard, follow the steps described in links at the bottom of email messages, or contact EducateWorkforce learner support. If you exercise your right to unsubscribe from promotional emails or other communications from EducateWorkforce, you will continue to receive promotional emails and other communications from providers that you have not yet exercised this right in relation to, unless and until you unsubscribe directly with that provider.
You may object to, or request that EducateWorkforce cease, use of your Personal Information for other purposes by contacting the EducateWorkforce learner support team. Please note that if you choose to restrict EducateWorkforce's ability to process Personal Information, and the processing is otherwise required to provide you with various services and products offered on the EducateWorkforce site, you may not be able to establish an EducateWorkforce user account or enroll in a course, and EducateWorkforce may not be able to provide you with those services or products.
Delete account and Personal Information
To request deletion of your EducateWorkforce account and Personal Information, you should click the button labeled “Delete my account” in your EducateWorkforce account settings. Because this is a permanent action and cannot be reversed, EducateWorkforce may ask you to complete an authentication process that aims to confirm your authority to manage the EducateWorkforce account affected by your request.
With respect to your EducateWorkforce account, EducateWorkforce will permanently:
- deactivate your EducateWorkforce account,
- remove the active profile,
- retire your username, and
- remove you from EducateWorkforce email lists.
With respect to your Personal Information, EducateWorkforce will permanently remove your EducateWorkforce account profile Personal Information from the EducateWorkforce site.
As noted above, to the extent that EducateWorkforce associates the information that EducateWorkforce collects directly or indirectly with an individual (for example, you), the association is based on Personal Information in your EducateWorkforce account profile. By erasing the Personal Information in your EducateWorkforce account profile, the remaining information about your activity on the EducateWorkforce site will no longer be associated with you. These changes will be applied to data stores that are used for operation of the EducateWorkforce site including course administration by Instructors. If you enrolled in any courses or programs on the EducateWorkforce site, EducateWorkforce will share your request for deletion with the Instructor(s) that offered those courses or programs.
EducateWorkforce will retain your Personal Information for as long as your account is active or as needed to: provide you with services you have requested; maintain a record of your transactions for financial reporting, audit, and compliance purposes; or comply with EducateWorkforce's legal obligations, resolve disputes, enforce our agreements, and as otherwise permitted by applicable law. Upon your request that EducateWorkforce deactivate your account and delete your information, EducateWorkforce will, within 30 days of your request, follow the process described in Section "Delete Account and Personal Information" above, including, without limitation, archiving your course data (in a manner and to the extent permitted under applicable law) to serve its mission to enable scientific research on cognitive science and education.
Storage & Security
EducateWorkforce stores information, including Personal Information, on its own servers and on servers of companies that EducateWorkforce hires to provide services. Information may be stored in the United States and in other countries where EducateWorkforce operates. If you are in the European Union, Switzerland, or other regions with laws governing data collection and use, you acknowledge that EducateWorkforce may transfer, process and store your Personal Information in the United States and other countries, the privacy laws of which may be considered less strict than those of your region.
EducateWorkforce controls its own copy of information collected through the EducateWorkforce site and has an information security program designed to protect information in its possession or control. This is done through a variety of privacy and security policies, processes, and procedures. EducateWorkforce uses administrative, physical, and technical safeguards that reasonably and appropriately protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the information that it collects, receives, stores, or transmits. Nonetheless, no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure; and therefore, EducateWorkforce cannot guarantee its absolute security. While EducateWorkforce works hard to ensure the integrity and security of its network and systems, EducateWorkforce cannot guarantee that its security measures will prevent unauthorized persons from illegally accessing or obtaining information.
If EducateWorkforce learns of a security breach involving its copy of your Personal Information, EducateWorkforce may attempt to notify you electronically so that you may take appropriate protective steps. By using the EducateWorkforce site or providing Personal Information to EducateWorkforce, you agree that EducateWorkforce can communicate with you electronically regarding security, privacy, and administrative issues relating to your use of the EducateWorkforce site. If a security systems breach occurs, EducateWorkforce may post a notice on the EducateWorkforce homepage (educateworkforce.com) or elsewhere on the EducateWorkforce site and may send an email to you at the email address associated with your EducateWorkforce account. Depending on where you are located, you may have a legal right to receive notice of a security breach, involving your Personal Information, in writing.
If you have privacy concerns, have disclosed data you would prefer to keep private, or would like to access, delete or correct the Personal Information that EducateWorkforce maintains about you, please contact us at email@example.com.
Depending on your location, you also may have the right to file a complaint with the data protection regulatory authority in the country where you reside.
Last Updated: July 24, 2023
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Types of Cookies Used by EducateWorkforce
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