Privacy Policy

Note:
All educators are welcome to download and print copies of the Ci3T intervention materials and professional learning resources as long as there are no modifications made, the materials are only used for non-profit educational purposes, and the copyright remains the same with the appropriate citation used. Educators may link the resources on our site but not repost, reproduce, modify or copy to other sites. Please contact Kathleen Lane or Wendy Oakes for additional permissions.
This version of the ci3t.org website privacy statement was published on 14 June 2018, modeled after the Association for Positive Behavior Supports (APBS) privacy policy.

Information Collection and its Use

The ci3t.org website uses Google Analytics to capture anonymous website usage data and navigation patterns. These anonymous data help the Ci3T research team understand the website’s audience and provide meaningful data to inform our reach: how (type of device), where (states, countries), and what (resources) website visitors access. Google Analytics does not use (nor receive), and Ci3T does not send to Google Analytics, any personally identifiable information (e.g., name, email address). Google Analytics does collect IP address and device type (e.g., mobile, desktop, web browser) information to inform us from where people access ci3t.org and from what type of device. In addition, ci3t.org uses Google Analytics to track what resources are downloaded and how often (e.g., presentation slide decks, PDF forms), informing us of each item’s social validity through usage. For more information about Google Analytics data collection practices, please visit https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en.

Cookies

A cookie is small text file a website sends and stores on a visitor’s computer. The ci3t.org website uses cookies for the sole purpose of capturing anonymous web traffic. This table describes the cookies we use on our website:

Cookie Provider Purpose
_gat Google Analytics To throttle request rate (expiration time = 1 min)
_ga Google Analytics To distinguish users and collect anonymous website traffic and usage data (expiration time = 2 yrs)
_gid Google Analytics To distinguish users and collect anonymous website traffic and usage data (expiration time = 24 hrs)

For details on how Google Analytics uses cookies, please visit: Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites.
To learn how to disable cookies we recommend visiting: How to Disable Third-Party Cookies (HowtoGeek.com).

Links

The ci3t.org website contains links to other sites. However, we are not responsible for the privacy practices of other sites. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected on ci3t.org through Google Analytics.

Survey/Feedback

We may, on occasion, request information from ci3t.org website visitors via surveys. Survey participation is voluntary. Requested information might include questions on website usefulness and satisfaction. Survey information will be used to improve ci3t.org and its content.

Notification of Changes

When this ci3t.org privacy policy statement changes, changes will be posted in the privacy statement and a notice on the home page.
website URL: http://www.ci3t.org

This version of the ci3t.org website privacy statement was published on 14 June 2018, modeled after the Association for Positive Behavior Supports (APBS) privacy policy