Read up on our general terms and conditions, who can use our website and how to protect your account
Welcome, and thank you for your interest in theLearnia, which operates this website and related online services (such website and related online services are referred to collectively as the “Website”). The following Terms of Service (“these Terms”) – which may be changed at any time and from time to time as provided below – create a contract between an individual user (a “User”), subscriber, customer, Student or Teacher (“you”, “your”, etc), and theLearnia (“theLearnia” or “we” – “us” – “our”, etc.) This contract governs your use of the Website.
Please read the following terms of service carefully.
By registering for, accessing, browsing, or using this website, you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the following terms and conditions and by future modifications of these terms as provided below.
Who can use theLearnia?
Practically anyone! (Assuming that you are an individual, natural person.) You can visit as a Guest, or you can register as a Student or as a Teacher. More specifically:
Anyone can be a Guest. If you don’t register, you’re a Guest. You can view all Website content but you can’t post comments, rate content or use the Social Module to interact with other Users as friends.
Anyone over the age of six can become a Student by completing the Student registration.
If you have not yet had your 13th birthday, you can only use the Website as a “Child Student”. CLICK HERE to see these Terms in a version simplified for Child Students. For you to register as a Child Student, at least one of your parents (or your guardian, if you have one) must become a Student’s Parent and give us written consent to your registration as a Child Student. You may begin the registration process without a Student’s Parent but you may not complete it until a Student’s Parent approves your registration.
If you are over 13, you may register as a Teacher. Note our special Terms applicable to Teachers.
When you register, you get an account. It’s only so that we have the information we need about you and so that no one but registered Students and Teachers can access the interactive features of our Website. Since you’re giving us private information, it’s important for you to be careful about your account. Specifically:
Passwords; Account Confidentiality
In registering as a Student or a Teacher, you will be asked to provide a password. You are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account and password and for restricting access to your computer, and are solely responsible for all activities that occur under your account or password. We suggest that you pay special attention to security when you use any public computer, such as a computer in a public library. For example, if you do not log out properly, another person can access your theLearnia account.
Loss of Account Security
If you have reason to believe that your account is no longer secure (for example, if you suffer a loss, theft or unauthorized disclosure or use of your account ID and password), then you must immediately take steps to restore security. If you believe that your password has been stolen, our standard procedures will allow you to reset you password.
However, theLearnia accepts no responsibility beyond that to assist you in the event of any such loss, theft or unauthorized disclosure or use. You will be solely liable for any losses incurred by theLearnia or others due to any unauthorized use of your Website account.
theLearnia may permit you to register for the Website through certain third party social networking services, such as Facebook Connect and Google+ (“Authentication Services”). You are solely responsible for your interactions with the Authentication Service as a result of accessing the Website through the Authentication Service.
Monitoring Account Activity
We treat matters regarding the age of our Users seriously. We may (but are not obligated to) monitor any activity occurring in any Account, including chat instant messages, email, content view history, friends, and other matters, in order to verify that a particular User is over 13, unless the User is registered as a Child Student. If we determine that a User submitted inaccurate information to us we may close his/her Account and delete all its Content without notice and without liability. More generally: we have the right to access your account at any time in order to make sure you are conforming to these Terms. If we find that you are not, then we may in our discretion modify or delete any User-Generated Content in your account, or close your account, all without notice and without liability to you or anyone else.