Terms of Use

These Terms of Use constitute the legal framework for using the Education Thinking website (https://analytrics.org, hereinafter referred to as “the Website”). They define the conditions for access and use of services by users (hereinafter referred to as “the User”).

Any use of the Website implies the User’s acceptance of these Terms of Use, without any reservation or restriction. When submitting a paper or subscribing to the newsletter, the User expressly accepts these Terms of Use by checking the box preceding the following text: “I have read and agree to the terms of use and privacy policy”.

In case of non-acceptance of these Terms of Use, the User must renounce the services offered by the Website.

Analytrics reserves the right to unilaterally modify the content of these Terms of Use at any time.

ARTICLE 1: Access to the Website

The Website allows the User free access to the following services: publication of education research articles and notification of the latest articles published on the Website.

The Website is accessible free of charge anywhere to any User with Internet access. All the costs borne by the Users to access the service (computer hardware, software, Internet connection, etc.) are at their expense.

To have access to the services offered by the Website, the User must provide personal data. The User commits to providing sincere and accurate data.

Users may at any time request that their personal data are corrected or deleted. Requests for data rectification or deletion are to be sent to the journal editor at editor@analytrics.org. The requested changes will be effective within a reasonable time.

Under no circumstances will the User hold Analytrics or the editor responsible for malfunctions of the Website or interruptions or suspensions of the service, even without notice, whatever the causes of these malfunctions, interruptions, or suspensions, including situations of force majeure or maintenance operations.

The User may contact Analytrics over the Website by email to the editor at editor@analytrics.org.

ARTICLE 2: Data collection

Analytrics collects and processes personal information through the Website with respect for privacy in accordance with the French Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 (“Loi relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés”).

Under this law, the Users have the right to access, rectify, delete, and object to the use of their personal data. The User exercises this right by email sent to the editor at editor@analytrics.org.

ARTICLE 3: Intellectual property

The brands, logos, signs as well as all the contents of the Website (texts, images, etc.) are subject to protection by the French Intellectual Property Code and more particularly by copyright.

The User must seek the prior permission of Analytrics for any reproduction, publication, or copy of the contents of the Website. Any use of the Website for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.

Any total or partial representation of the Website by any means whatsoever without the express permission of the editor constitutes an infringement punishable by Article L 335-2 and followings of the French Intellectual Property Code.

Within this framework, the User is allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from Analytrics or the author, provided that authors’ copyrights are complied with and the author and the journal are appropriately credited.

ARTICLE 4: Liability

The sources of the information published on the Website are deemed reliable, but Analytrics does not guarantee that its content is free from defects, errors, or omissions.

The information communicated is presented for indicative and general purposes without contractual value. Analytrics cannot be held accountable for the use and interpretation of the information provided on the Website.

Analytrics cannot be held responsible for any viruses which could infect the computer or any computer equipment of the Internet user, following use, access, or download from the Website.

Analytrics cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or for the unforeseeable and insurmountable facts of a third party.

ARTICLE 5: Hypertext links

Hypertext links are present on the Website. Clicking some of these links may lead to leaving the Website. Analytrics has no control over the web pages to which these links lead and can in no way be held responsible for their content.

ARTICLE 6: Cookies

While visiting the Website, cookies may be automatically installed (see our Cookie Policy).

Cookies are temporarily stored on the hard drive of the User’s computer and are necessary for the use of the Website. Cookies do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify anyone. A cookie contains a unique identifier, generated randomly and therefore anonymous. Some cookies expire at the end of the User’s visit, while others don’t.

The information contained in cookies is used to improve the Website. By browsing the Website, the User accepts these cookies.

The User must, however, consent to the use of certain cookies. In the absence of acceptance, the User is informed that access to certain features or pages may be denied.

ARTICLE 7: Publication by the User

The Website allows users to publish educational research articles. Authors commit to complying with the law and good manners and respect the rules of good conduct on the Internet.

While retaining all of their intellectual property rights, authors grant Analytrics the right to publish their articles, directly or by an authorised third party, worldwide, on any medium (digital or physical, Internet or mobile telephone networks), for the duration of the intellectual property.

Any content published by Users is their sole responsibility. The User agrees not to upload any content that may harm the interests of third parties. Any legal action initiated by an injured third party against the Website will be borne by the responsible User.

Analytrics reserves the right to, without notice, remove articles from the Website at any time and for any reason.

ARTICLE 8: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

French law applies to these Terms of Use. In case of a dispute and in the absence of an amicable resolution, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction to hear it.

Questions in relation to the application of these Terms of Use should be addressed to the editor at editor@analytrics.org.

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