The ASD Project is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of information itreceives from users in its various online training programs. The following statements outline our use of your personal information and other usage tracking methods employed by our products.
Everyone must choose a unique username and password at the time of registration. Allother personal information (i.e. name and e-mail address) is optional. However, if you are participating for credit, or at the request of your institution’s Disability Service Office (DSO), you need to provide enough personal information that your DSO can confirm that you have participated.
Your name and e-mail address will only be available to your DSO and will not be usedby the ASD Project in any way. The ASD Project reserves the right to use voluntarydemographic information you submit in reports on usage and to ensure that the curriculum is reaching a wide and diverse audience. Such reports will maintain the anonymity of all users.cookies
Third-party cookies are never used, and personal information stored in the cookiewill not be sold or given to any other organization or company for any reason. Asstated above, the ASD Project reserves the right to utilize aggregate usage data informal reports and in-house review of our products. All such data will preserve the anonymity of the end-user.
You may participate in the training with cookies turned off. However, under such conditions, we cannot track your progress in the training, and no information will be returned to your DSO to verify completion.