Data collected by the Katalyst Education Foundation website
During your visit to this site, we collect:
- Via a form for a free newsletter, we voluntarily gather e-mail addresses, first and last names, and information about professions and locations of work,
- Information provided voluntarily by newsletter recipients and users of the site through surveys,
- Cookies to automatically generate information regarding visitor traffic statistics.
Newsletter and surveys
E-mail addresses added to the mailing list are used to send a free Newsletter to the users. This may include information about Katalyst Education Foundation’s educational projects, new materials, web site features, educational events, contests and the like. Data is processed in the CRM system and also in the Newsletter delivery system (Freshmail).
Receiving the electronic, free Newsletter requires only an e-mail address. Providing additional information such as name, occupation, place of work, place of residence, and answering surveys are always voluntary and serve only to improve the Foundation’s educational products.
Subscribers to the newsletter and those who have submitted their survey data have the right to access, correct and delete their data. We do not send automated e-mails to our distribution list. To delete your contact information, simply send an e-mail to email@example.com (we suggest using the phrase “I request that my personal data be removed from the Katalyst Education Foundation contact database.”). To unsubscribe from the Newsletter, click on the unsubscribe option that is located in the footer of the Newsletter e-mail.
Our policy on Cookies
What are cookies?
Cookie files (“Cookies”) are typically small text files which store a little bit of information. These files store elements such as the name of the web site from which they originated, the time they were stored, and a randomly generated unique identification number for the browser which is accessing the web site. During your next visit to the same web page, the browser sends the Cookie file again in order to detect the user’s individual settings.
We use this data to generate traffic statistics for our site (using Google Analytic).
Cookies make it easier for the user to work with previously visited web pages. If you are using the same device and browser as before, this allows for the retention of your preferences and allows you to view that web page tailored to your individual needs. Cookies also for the creation of statistics which help us understand how users utilize a web page, in turn allowing us to improve the site’s structure and content.
Management of cookie settings.
To change Cookie settings, select the Web browser you are using from the list below, then follow the instructions.