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- Oxford Brookes University operates this site on behalf of the JISC Users and Innovation Programme; Oxford Brookes University's "Regulation for the use of IT facilities" provide the framework for the operation of the Emerge platform.
- You must be engaged in Higher Education or other post-compulsory education or lifelong learning as a student, teacher, administrator, consultant (collectively: learners) and be 13 years old or older to use this site.
- You must be a participant in the Users and Innovation / Emerge community to use this site; participants are:
- Those who participated either as a project or as a successful applicant to the community of practice notified in the JISC call in JISC circular 04/06; or
- Those who have been invited to collaborate in the development or delivery of a project notified under call 04/06; or
- Those invited by a member of the community under the above conditions to participate in a Benefits Realisation Phase 1 activity, as notified to the community here; or
- Those participating in projects let as a result of the call announced in JISC circular 02/07; or
- Those invited to participate in community-led, project anchored Benefits Realisation phase 2 activity as announced to the community here; orhere
- Those invited to participate in a Widening Stakeholder Engagement Project or an Emerging Studies project.
- Others may participate at the discretion of the JISC Users and Innovation programme director, programme manager, or Emerge project director.
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- You are responsible for keeping your password secure.
- You must not abuse, harass, threaten, impersonate or intimidate other JISC Emerge users.
- You may not use the JISC Emerge service for any illegal or unauthorized purpose. International users agree to comply with all local laws regarding online conduct and acceptable content.
- You are solely responsible for your conduct and any data, text, information, screen names, graphics, photos, profiles, audio and video clips, links ('Content')that you submit, post, and display on the JISC Emerge service.
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- You must not create or submit unwanted email to any JISC Emerge members ('Spam').
- You must not transmit any worms or viruses or any code of a destructive nature.
- You must not, in the use of JISC Emerge, violate any laws in your jurisdiction (including but not limited to copyright laws).
- Any loss of, or damage to, data is not the responsibility of JISC Emerge. Use of this service is at your own risk.
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such conduct and content on its site, you understand and agree that
JISC Emerge cannot be responsible for the Content posted on its web
site and, despite our best efforts, may be exposed to such materials and
that you use the JISC Emerge service at your own risk.
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