Quest for learning Software is an online system which provides a method to record and monitor individual progress for learners with PMLD. CCEA provides these services subject to the following rules and guidelines.
These guidelines should be used in conjunction with the following CCEA policies which can be found on the CCEA web site (ccea.org.uk/legal):
In the event of any conflict between this document and any CCEA Policy the terms in the policy will govern. Any questions regarding the Quest for learning Software usage can be directed to the CCEA web / elearning Manager.
When using "The Quest for learning Software" and connecting services, users must:
Each user (teacher, principal) is responsible for ensuring that their use of Quest for learning complies with CCEA policies and this document.
By using our Quest for learning software users agree to be bound by these terms, which shall take effect immediately on their first use. If users do not agree to be bound by all the following terms they should cease using "The Quest for learning Software".
CCEA’s may revise these terms without notice by posting the latest version of this document onto Quest for Learning Software. A user’s continued use of Quest for Learning will be deemed acceptance of the updated terms or amendments.
Users accessing the Quest for learning Software from non-C2k owned equipment (such as mobile phones or personal laptops) and users accessing the Quest for learning Software from outside C2k premises (such as their home or workplace) are bound by the same conditions of use.
In accordance with CCEA’s Acceptable Use Policy, use of the Quest for learning Software must be for the purpose of teaching, training, research and associated administration or other authorised use.
Access to learner’s information and resources on the Quest for Learning Software are controlled by user permissions. Users should log into the Quest for Learning Software with their school C2k user account through Google and never allow another user to access the Quest for Learning Software under their account.
Initial access to Quest for Learning Software is protected by a PIN Number (a pin required to gain access) that is set by CCEA and the teacher should never disclose the enrolment key to allow access by an unauthorised user.
Users should never attempt to access the Quest for Learning Software area unless they have been given permission to do so by their school and have received the PIN Number.
Logins, adding, editing, deleting information on Quest for Learning is fully audited. Records are kept of when users access the software. These records are available to teachers for evidence, but may also be used as a point of reference for any matters arising, such as accounts of harassment, bullying or the transmitting of inappropriate material.
When teachers place information onto the Quest for Learning software they are acknowledging that they are making it available to any teachers in the school.
It is the schools responsibility to remove access to teachers that are no longer employed at the school. Any records which the teacher added will still be available only their login access will be suspended.
Teachers are responsible for ensuring that the materials added does not infringe confidentiality, copyright or the intellectual property rights of others (including colleagues).
Teachers should not upload any materials which would breach CCEA’s acceptable usage policies (such as illegal or obscene content) or add any resources that host such material.
Teachers are prohibited from transmitting any words or pictures which are libellous, insulting, and abusive or would otherwise contravene CCEA’s codes of conduct.
Teachers are responsible for ensuring their Quest for learning Software areas and ensuring that any violations of CCEA policies are dealt with. Any violations of policies identified by teachers should be made to their school principle in the first instance.
The Quest for Learning Software should reflect current learner progress. It is teacher’s responsibility for ensuring it remains up-to-date.
The Quest for learning Software may be removed without warning if:
Where a class has multiple teachers then arrangements should be made by the teachers to ensure that they work together collaboratively. CCEA’s cannot accept any responsibility where a teacher makes changes to files or settings without informing their colleagues.
The Quest for Learning Software contains documents created with a variety of software. Where possible we encourage lecturers or supervisors to upload resources in commonly used formats (such as Microsoft Office) to offer wider compatibility. CCEA’s cannot support teachers with problems opening files externally if they are caused by incompatible software and/or hardware.
Many files on The Quest for Learning Software which have been uploaded by teachers (such as videos / images) are linked from teachers google accounts. CCEA’s cannot guarantee quality of performance or be responsible for connection issues when downloading these materials externally.
Users of The Quest for learning Software must agree to:
Access to this course is logged and the information recorded about course usage is available to the CCEA administrator. This information includes which users have visited The Quest for Learning Software, when they visited and what they have looked at. These statistics are monitored and may be used:
The Quest for Learning Software is a platform for recording progress. Images and videos added are stored by Google and not by CCEA. Responsibility for photos and videos etc lies with Google. It is the teacher’s responsibility to ensure that links are live and working and to share with appropriate staff members.
Users should always keep original copies of work they upload onto the Quest for Learning Software. CCEA’s accepts no liability for lost or corrupt data that has been stored on The Quest for Learning Software by teachers.
C2k computers are routinely virus scanned but CCEA cannot guarantee that all files transmitted through The Quest for Learning Software will be virus free. Users accessing The Quest for Learning Software from home should ensure that they have adequate virus protection on their computer to help prevent their infection or distribution of viruses.
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