iScoil’s Moodle Cookie Policy

What Are Cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data that may be stored on your computer or mobile device. It allows a website or service “remember” your actions or preferences over a period of time.

How We Use Cookies

We use cookies to help us provide the best experience on our Moodle learning site.

Some of these cookies are functional cookies and are needed for features on our site to work.

Other cookies are loaded by third party content providers that we use to provide extra learning resources and helpful features.

iScoil Functional Cookies

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This cookie is used to let you access Moodle and sign-in

Third Party Functional Cookies

Salesforce: We use a platform called Salesforce to keep track of student’s coursework and completion. It also allows us to embed a student’s progress chart into their learning plan so they can see their overall progress
BrowserId Salesforce Progress Chart This cookie allows us to show the student’s progress chart on their learning plan
Tlk.io: We use a platform called Tlk.io to provide students with a help chat they can use to quickly ask any questions they may have. This chat is always moderated and monitored by iScoil staff. Tlk.io uses Cloudfare, a web optimisation platform and Google Analytics and will load cookies from these platforms also. We have no control over these cookies.
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Tlk.io These cookies are used by Tlk.io so we can provide our help chat box for students
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Google Analytics
Other Third Party Features and Content: iScoil uses a range of embedded content and extra learning resources from an extensive source of other free content providers. These providers load a wide variety of cookies, without which we could not provide our helpful and engaging additional content and learning activities.

We have no control over these cookies.

Managing Cookies

You have the ability to accept or decline all cookies. This can be done by modifying the settings in your browser.

Please note that removing or blocking all cookies can impact your learning experience and some or all functionality may no longer be available.

To do so or manage cookies in general, instructions for some popular browsers are available from the links below:

To find information relating to other browsers, please search for how that particular browser manages cookies for your particular device.

If, at any stage, we make amendments to our cookie policy, you may be required to update your choices as a result.