|Don Johnston Products||www.donjohnston.com||Co-Writer - https://cowriter.com/ Snap & Read (https://login.donjohnston.net/tos/privacy-policy/sru) on bottom of each page||YES||Call us. For an entire school building it is less than the cost of an iPad. District pricing is even less. Who still thinks AT is expensive? We've changed that game!||We practice the same privacy policies for trials and paid.|
If you sign up online-parents have to have the account and sign up their children.
|Cambium Learning - (This is NOT Kurzweil)||YES|
|BookCreator||http://www.bookcreator.com/||Yes, with parent or guardian consent||Book Creator can be used by students as follows: 2.5.1 to create an account of your own that can be accessed using a password to be known only to you; 2.5.2 to access a teacher or school account using a code passed on to you by your teacher or school. If you are under 18 your parents must have provided the teacher or school with their consent to this before you use the code; and 2.5.3 you agree that you will keep your account password (if you have one) and any access codes provided to you secure and not known to or visible by anyone else.||Book Creator is run by Red Jumper Limited (we, us, our) and we collect and use information in order to run and manage Book Creator. This policy sets out how we do this and applies to anyone who uses Book Creator, whether by uploading book content or creating and using an account. Please read it carefully and if you are under 13, please ask a parent or guardian to read it for you.|
|Microsoft Products||Link to FERPA|
|TextHelp Products (EquatIO, WriQ, Read&Write)||YES||yes||Students may only use any Component Product for as long as they are enrolled at the institution.||The only student information that we store is the student’s Google Apps Login ID. We need to store this so that we can store the user’s preferences and data, and to confirm that they are a licen s ed user. You are uniquely identified by your Google email address. A de-identified version of this information is used to determine the status of your Read & Write for Google Chrome current license. No other Google profile information is collected. We may keep this de-identified data indefinitely.|
|Google for Edu||Yes, with parent or guardian consent||2.5 COPPA and Parental Consent. If Customer allows End Users under the age of 13 to use the Services, Customer consents as required under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act to the collection and use of personal information in the Services, described in the G Suite for Education Privacy Notice, from such End Users. Customer will obtain parental consent for the collection and use of personal information in the Additional Services that Customer allows End Users to access before allowing any End Users under the age of 18 to use those services.||The parents of G Suite for Education users in Primary/Secondary (K-12) schools can access their child’s personal information or request that it be deleted through the school administrator. School administrators can provide for parental access and deletion of personal information consistent with the functionality of our services. If a parent wishes to stop any further collection or use of the child's information, the parent can request that the administrator use the service controls available to them to limit the child’s access to features or services, or delete the child’s account entirely. Guidance for administrators on how to use service controls to accomplish this is available in the G Suite|