Site Policy Agreement Moodle

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You visit the UCL website (for more information, click here). IP addresses also help us diagnose problems with our server, manage the INASP Moodle website and provide the INASP Moodle service to its users. IP addresses may be transmitted to third parties if we believe in good faith that the law or legal process so requires, or to protect the rights or property of INASP Moodle, its users or the public. see: docs.moodle.org/34/en/About_Moodle. The Moodle instance used by UCL is highly recommended that a password policy be established to force users to use stronger passwords, less susceptible to the cracking of an intruder. (In moodle versions prior to point 3.4.2, the website policy URL parameters and the website policy URL for customers were under the “Site Policies” section.) In order for us to provide you with MoodleCloud and other websites hosted by Moodle, we need to collect your personal data for correspondence purposes and/or provide you with our services. We ensure that the information we collect and use is appropriate for this purpose. We are a company that values the data protection and personality 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. INASP Moodle uses cookies, IP addresses and URL information in order to improve the content of the INASP Moodle website, the quality of MOODLE INASP servers and to provide users with advanced features, if available.

INASP Moodle uses cookies to store Moodle INASP IDs, users` session validators as well as users` browsers and hard drives, and may use them to provide these users with tailor-made services as soon as they are available. If a new directive is added, all users must give their consent at the next registration. If an existing directive is treated and is not marked as a minor change, all users must give their consent at the next registration. You can make a request at any time in order to obtain a copy of your personal data on this website and/or to delete all your personal data. See “Export or delete your personal data” below. Users should be aware that other websites visited before entering INASP Moodle may place personal data in a user`s URL during a visit to their website, and INASP Moodle has no control over such sites. As a result, some of this information may be saved from a website that collects URL information. The type of policy (Website / Data Protection / Third Party) is displayed only on the linked “Policies” page in the footer and the behavior is the same for all types of guidelines. Moodle 3.1, CentOS 6.8. . Tested on the Moodle QA website.

Agreements for the use of a given policy can also be viewed via the “Manage Policies” page by clicking on the link in the Agreements column. This looks like the aforementioned URL of the site`s policy, but is seen by those to whom you grant access. The policy tool offers a new user notification process, with the ability to set multiple policies (website, privacy, third parties), track user votes, and manage policy updates and versions. If the site policy user is set to “Standard”, a website policy can be set by typing the URL in the “Policy Settings” section. The URL can refer to any type of file that can be accessed anywhere online without logging into your Moodle website. The policy tool is part of Moodle`s privacy feature, which helps websites become GDPR compliant. If INASP decides to change this Privacy Policy, the changes will be posted on this page. Note that a directive once created can be edited or put on inactive, but if users have approved it, it cannot be deleted….