The Learning Exchnage (TLX) was built as a collaborative space for educators around the world to connect and share ideas. As part of the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Student Achievement Division, TLX features a variety of rich, researched-based resources and expert tips from leaders in education. We encourage you to review the below site policies for further understanding of TLX guidelines and intended use and in order to get the most out of the resource. For additional information, please visit our FAQ page or contact us at hello@learningX.ca.
Welcome to The Learning Exchange
This website is intended to be a resource and collaboration tool for educators across Ontario. You are encouraged to use this site to watch videos, download resources and adapt them to suit your needs.
You are further encouraged to join our website as a member, share your own resources and interact with other educators. We have the right to moderate and approve your posts before they are live on this website. Members are expected to be professional in their online interactions. If you act disrespectfully or illegally on TLX, our web conferences or our associated social media pages, we reserve the right to terminate your membership at any time.
TLX encourages our online community members to collaborate and share ideas and resources. The following privacy statement is created for you to be aware of how we collect and use your information. If you have any questions or concerns about privacy, please contact us.
We respect your privacy and make every effort to safeguard your personal information. We collect the personal information you voluntarily provided upon registration. This may include your full name, contact information, email address, region or district and photograph.
We provide users with the ability to interact with one another, post comments and share resources publicly. We are not responsible for any information you choose to release in the forum sections of our website. We expect that users will refrain from posting sensitive personal data or any other information that s/he does not wish to be public or be permanently stored in a public domain.
When you share or recommend any TLX material through external websites such as Facebook and Twitter, this information is governed by the privacy policies of these third party websites.
Children under the age of 13
We do not knowingly collect any information from children under the age of 13 without parental permission. If you have reason to think we have collected such information, please contact us.
Cookies and Automatic Data Collection
TLX uses third-party tools to collect information on how users this website. There is no opt-out process, as the data collected is anonymous. Browsing this website indicates your consent for data collection. This information helps us understand how visitors use our website and allows us to make helpful website changes.
Third-Party Use of Information
TLX occasionally uses the services of third-party service providers in connection to operating the website. We may share any information received with such parties. TLX ensures that all third-parties we operate with will only use your information to assist in website operations.
TLX is a repository for Student Achievement Division resources including videos, monographs, and links to other initiatives. In the near future, it will also be a collaborative forum for educators to network, share ideas, and generate new knowledge together.
You are welcome to repost our videos and other TLX content on other platforms such as blogs or social media, provided you:
- Attribute TLX as the original material source. When possible, please link back to our website.
- Do not host our original content on other platforms. You can link to and embed content found on this website. However, you are forbidden from downloading content such as videos or resources and uploading them to other host websites. For example, you cannot download our videos from Vimeo and upload them on a Youtube account.
TLX material is protected by copyright. Our content is created with the goal of sharing with a wide audience, and can be used under educational fair use. Website users are permitted to use our content in classrooms, conferences, and for other non-commercial purposes. If you would like to use our material for commercial purposes, please contact us.
Users who upload their own content maintain original ownership of these materials. We encourage our users to repurpose material found on this website. By submitting content, you agree to the use, sharing and repurposing of your material by other users. While you own copyright over your original material, you will not hold copyright of content which features your repurposed material.
The Learning Exchange strives to be an accessible website. All content produced after 2014 is accessible through closed captioning and transcripts. We are actively working to include transcripts for other resources. We work to strive to achieve the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and WCAG 2.0 AA. If you encounter any problems or would like to request a specific resource in an alternative format, we would be happy to accommodate you.