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E-NEUTRONS DATA COLLECTION POLICY
When you create an account at e-neutrons you can rest assured that we will not pass on your personal information to third parties.
We do however use your anonymised registration data for reporting to our main sponsor (via the EU SINE2020 project). If you are enrolled in one or several courses at e-neutrons, the designated teachers and students of those courses at e-neutrons will have access to see your registration data.
Since we are constantly working on improving the learning material at e-neutrons we log all sessions at e-neutrons as well as individual user progression in courses etc. We may use these data in non-profit didactical research projects in order to improve the content and structure of e-neutrons. If we do use your logged session-data it will only be for research purposes and we promise that it will always be in anonymised form.
If you have enrolled in one or or several courses at e-neutrons, the designated teacher(s) of those courses will have access to track your progress within the course including attempts and grades in quizzes. Fellow students will not have access to track your progress including attempts and grades in quizzes.
By signing up to e-neutrons you certify your acceptance of the above data collection policy.
Project leader: Linda Udby, Associate Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Platform development leader: Peter Willendrup, Senior Research Engineer, Technical University of Denmark
Course content and didactical developers: Linda Udby, Associate Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen & Jesper Bruun, Assistant Professor, Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen
Content management and development: Pia J. Ray, PhD student & Linda Udby, Associate Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Software engineer: Jakob Garde, Software developer, Technical University of Denmark
Running server administrator: Jörg Pulz, Technical University of Munich
LIST OF CONTENT CONTRIBUTORS
University of Copenhagen:
Kim Lefmann, Linda Udby, Pia Jensen Ray, Julie Hougaard, Lise Arleth, Kell Mortensen, Bente Lebech, Jesper Bruun
Institut Laue-Langevin, ILL:
Andrew Wildes, Alain Filhol, Helmut Schober
Technische Universität München:
Jörg Pulz, Peter Link, Jürgen Neuhaus
European Spallation Source, ESS:
The e-neutrons.org platform is composed of three main parts:
Online documentation for the setup of the platform is available at the e-neutrons.org documentation wiki on GitHub
The main funding for the project is provided by the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under the NMI3-II Grant number 283883 and from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654000.
We are also grateful for the financial support recieved from the University of Copenhagen via the “Good Education” and “Education 2016” programmes and from Interreg IV via the ÖMIC programme.