engage2learn Privacy Policy

The company engage2learn (also known as “us,” “we,” “our, or “the company”) owns the website https://www.engage2learn.org/. We’re committed to our site visitors’ privacy and have outlined what type of user information we collect, how this information is collected, your rights as a site visitor, and how you may opt out of sharing your information.

This website is based in the United States of America and is governed by its laws, as well as applicable Texas state laws. This privacy policy is effective as of June 6, 2017 and will be in effect indefinitely. There may be occasional changes to this privacy policy in the future. Please regularly check the privacy policy to ensure you understand any changes and how they may affect the information you choose to share.

BY USING THIS WEBSITE, YOU AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND THE PRIVACY POLICY.

Personally-Identifying Information

Data is gathered on this website for the purpose of site analytics, email marketing, and other marketing activities. None of the data gathered is personally-identifiable information (PII). This means we don’t have access to attributes like your name, email address, billing information, or physical address. We will be able to determine your IP address, geographic area, language, and interests. You will remain completely anonymous while engaging with our website and there is no way for us to identify you based on the information we automatically collect.

Cookies

Engage2learn uses “cookies” on this website. A “cookie” is a digital snippet of code that is assigned to you as a unique individual visiting our site. We use cookies to keep track of your login data, to allow for more relevant marketing, to understand our users’ online behavior.

This website uses cookies from Google Analytics and other Google products. These cookies are used solely for informational purposes so we can provide a better online experience, more relevant marketing materials, and understand how we can improve the engage2learn website.

To opt out of the use of cookies, set your browser to refuse to allow cookies before accessing our website. If you choose to block cookies, you understand that some website features may not work for you.

Comments

If you choose to leave a comment on the engage2learn website, you assume all responsibility for your comment and any consequences of the comment. engage2learn is not legally liable for any comments left by users of its website.

Third parties

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics to understand our website performance. We use Google Analytics data to improve your experience and to make better, more relevant decisions for engage2learn based on user behavior. The information collected by Google Analytics may be used to serve ads to you as part of retargeting. This does mean ads potentially will be served to you related to your behavior on the engage2learn website once you’ve left the website.

If you would like to opt out of Google Analytics tracking and tracking by any other Google products, please visit the Google opt out page here.

Social media

If you like or share content on this site with your connected social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn) account, your information will be shared with the social media network. If you don’t click on these buttons, your information will not be sent to the social media network. We aren’t responsible for the content on the social media site or for its privacy policies.

Email

If you do choose to share your personal information (including first name, last name, and email) via a contact form or an opt-in form to receive free information, you authorize engage2learn to contact you. You may unsubscribe from communications with engage2learn at any time. Unsubscribe via the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any email communication.

Security

We understand how important it is to protect the security and privacy of our website visitors. While we take all reasonable precautions to protect your information, we aren’t responsible for any unauthorized third-party circumvention of our security or privacy settings.