Terms of use

NYC Arts in Education Roundtable Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)

Welcome to the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable’s (the Roundtable) online community. In order to join the Roundtable’s online community all users are required to agree to this acceptable use policy (AUP) (“Agreement”). This agreement explains the policies that govern your access to and use of our Website. By accessing or using our Website, you agree to these terms (collectively the “Policy and Agreement”), as the Roundtable may modify it from time to time. If you do not agree to accept and comply with the Policy and Agreement, do not access or use our Website.

ABOUT THE ROUNDTABLE

The New York City Arts in Education Roundtable enables arts organizations providing arts education in the New York City schools and community to meet and share information about the field. The Roundtable also provides information about arts education to the media, government, and general public.

Established in 1992, the Roundtable serves major cultural institutions as well as smaller, community-based organizations. This member-driven organization began as a grass roots effort to provide support and networking opportunities for its members, as well as to improve and advance the state of arts in education. The Roundtable currently has over 100 member organizations, representing all five boroughs of New York City. The Roundtable is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
By accepting this Agreement you agree to abide by all rules, terms, and conditions included herein. Only users who accept this agreement are eligible to take advantage of the Roundtable’s online community and services.

The Roundtable maintains this Website to provide information, activities, offers, or opportunities related to, or of possible interest to, the Roundtable organization, staff, and members. By using this Website you will have access to public and private “members only” information. You agree not to disseminate or disclose any private “member only” information to any third-party unaffiliated with the Roundtable.

You agree to act in a respectful and professional manner while using the system. You should not post or publish any inflammatory, derogatory, false, obscene, harassing, threatening, harmful, or insulting information that would be offensive to another individual or to the community at large.

You may access and user our Website only for lawful purposes. Posting, publishing, transmitting, distributing, or storing any material that violates any applicable law is prohibited.

You agree not to post, publish, transmit, or distribute any information or material that would infringe on any intellectual property rights including, without limitation, material protected by copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret or other intellectual property right.

You may not distribute, publish, or send through the system: (1) unsolicited advertisements, solicitations, commercial e-mail messages or promotional messages of any kind (commonly referred to as “spam”); (2) unsolicited informational announcements; (3) chain mail; (4) numerous copies of the same or substantially similar messages; (5) empty messages; (6) messages which contain no substantive content; or (7) very large messages or files that disrupt the system.

QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, & ABUSE

We invite you to send in your questions or comments about our site, or to bring to our attention any material you believe to be inaccurate. Any questions or comments should be sent to the Roundtable Coordinator. If you want to report any violations of this Policy and Agreement, please email us at coordinator@nycaieroundtable.org.

We hope you enjoy using the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable’s online community and Website and we welcome suggestions for improvements.

(10/8/2009)

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