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We work closely with University Research Ethics Committees to ensure that participants understand the purpose of our projects and consent is provided on an informed basis.

Relevant provisions for data security, privacy, and participant anonymity are ensured

As a research-oriented educational technologies provider, we understand the importance of ethical conduct in research and responsible research practice.

We adhere to the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research 2018 for the collection and secure storage of personal information.

Data collection

Virtuoso supports Cinglevue’s research initiatives as we develop educational and learning resources.

  • Done in a safe and ethically responsible manner.
  • Data securely stored and tagged, with access restricted to specific user types and access logs.
  • Ensures that the interests of participating institutions and individuals are maintained and respected throughout.

Privacy protection and information security

Cinglevue respects the rights, needs, and confidentiality of all participating institutions and individuals in research projects.

  • Detailed policies outline how ownership, access, and storage.
  • Large-scale anonymised data is used to train data models and develop data-driven features.
  • All research is conducted by qualified practitioners with relevant expertise in the area of the study.
  • Project undergoes a rigorous ethics process, involving review and approval by the University Research Ethics Committees.
  • Provide clear assurances for schools with regards to safety, security, and intended usage of data.
  • We go to great lengths to ensure the safety, security, and privacy of your information.

Standards and regulations for responsible research practice

Cinglevue’s research engagements are guided by the relevant standards and regulations including.

  • COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act).
  • Australian Education Regulation 2013.
  • Australian Education Amendment Act 2017.
  • The National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011.
  • Disability Standards for Education 2005.
  • Disability Discrimination Act 1992.
  • National Code 2007 of ISCA (Independent Schools Council of Australia) and the Privacy Compliance Manual with ISCA and NCEC (National Catholic Education Commission).
  • Other necessary privacy principles, obligations, regulations, and legislation.

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