The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario operates an interactive website called “Access” (this Site) which includes:
Access Learning, which provides Registered Users with the ability to complete online courses and workshops related to education and learning on an ongoing basis
Access Community, which allows Registered Users to participate in public message boards
Access Resources, which allows Registered Users to browse information of interest
Users are granted for a stated term, a personal, and non-transferable permission to visit and use this Site for personal, educational and non-commercial use only. Modifications of any materials on this Site or use of the materials for any purpose other than as contemplated in this Site is a violation of the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario 's copyright and proprietary rights. The User agrees not to reverse engineer, duplicate, publish, modify, or otherwise distribute the materials on this Site unless specifically authorized in writing by the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario to do so.
Registered Users agree to: (a) provide true, accurate, current and complete information about themselves as prompted by the Access registration process, and (b) to maintain and update such information to keep it true, accurate, current and complete. If any information provided by the User is untrue, inaccurate, not current or incomplete, this Site has the right to terminate the User's account and refuse any and all current or future use of this Service.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information or content on this Site. The User agrees that they must evaluate, and bear all risks associated with, the use of any Service, including any reliance on the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any content on this Site.
Permission to some sections of this Site is restricted to those Users holding current, valid User Identifications and Passwords. LDAO Administration controls, manages and administers the grant of such User Identifications and Passwords. LDAO warrants that any such User Identifications and Passwords shall be kept in a safe and secure place and will be distributed only to Registered Users. The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario may terminate access to any User at any time for any reason without notice. User Identifications and Passwords are confidential, personal and may not be shared or transferred by any User. It is important that the User exit under their User Identification and Password at the end of each session. Accordingly, a Registered User's ability to visit the Site (including the expiration date of the User Identification and Password) is strictly controlled by LDAO. Registered Users of Access Learning should refer to specific Workshop and/or Course information regarding the expiration or termination of User Identifications and Passwords.
To the extent that certain areas of this Site (including, but not limited to, the Access Learning Site) provide Users an opportunity to post answers to on-line quizzes and converse asynchronously using course/workshop bulletin boards ("Postings"), please be advised that the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario has no obligation to screen, edit, or review such postings for accuracy or otherwise prior to their appearance on this site. Such Postings do not necessarily reflect the views of the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario.
That LDAO has all necessary rights in and to all Postings and all material they contain
That such Postings shall not infringe any proprietary or other rights of third parties
That such Postings shall not contain any viruses or other contaminating or destructive devices or features
That such Postings shall not contain any defamatory, indecent, offensive, tortuous, or otherwise unlawful material or content
That such Postings shall not be used to carry out or solicit any unlawful activity and/or be used to make commercial solicitations
By Posting on this Site, the User making such Posting hereby grants to the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario and all other Users the non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual and irrevocable right to use, copy, transmit and edit as desired any Posting, in any and all languages, formats and media, now known or hereafter developed.
Please be advised that the Access email newsletter ("Newsletter") is part of a wide distribution, and that neither the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario nor any third party involved is monitoring, reviewing or screening the recipient email list prior to its distribution. The Newsletter is distributed only to those who have expressly opted-in to receive them. If local, provincial or federal rules or regulations prohibit the recipient from receiving these types of Newsletters or the recipient simply does not wish to receive the Newsletter in the future or the Newsletter was sent to recipient in error, the recipient should immediately opt-out from receiving similar future offers and/or Newsletters by contacting the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario and updating his or her subscription. The recipient can always opt back in to receive future offers and/or Newsletters at any time through the Access Site. To review and modify the categories of offers and/or Newsletters for opt-in, please go to the LDAO Access website and edit your User preferences.