Welcome to learningrebels.com.
By using the Learning Rebels website, you're entering into an agreement with us. This means you agree to follow our rules and use our site in a way that's respectful and lawful. Remember, our website is here to support and inform our community, and your use of it should align with this goal. If you're on board with this, great – we're excited to have you as part of Learning Rebels.
https://learningrebels.com is in part an E-Commerce Site and Business Services for Organizations looking to improve their training programs.
Welcome to our digital communication! When you use our website or send us an email, you're agreeing to receive messages from us electronically. This could be through emails or updates directly on our website. We'll share important things like service updates or news about Learning Rebels. By using our services, you're okay with getting these kinds of digital messages from us, and we'll make sure they're as clear and helpful as anything you'd get in writing. Your use of our website confirms this agreement.
Our website, Learning Rebels, is not directed at children under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from anyone under the age of 13. If we learn that we have collected personal information from a child under 13 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information as quickly as possible. If you believe that we might have any information from or about a child under 13, please contact us. Parents and guardians are encouraged to monitor their children's internet usage and to help enforce our policy by instructing their children to never provide personal information on our website without their permission.
On our Learning Rebels site, you might find links to other websites. These are just for your info and convenience. Remember, we don't control these external sites, so we can't take responsibility for their content or any changes they make. Think of these links as friendly pointers, not an endorsement from us. Happy exploring, but always stay savvy about where you're clicking!
Enjoy Learning Rebels Responsibly!
Here's a quick guide on how you can enjoy our content while respecting the rules. Think of using our website as having a special pass: it lets you access all the excellent resources we have, like insightful articles, eye-catching graphics, and nifty logos. However, this pass is for your personal learning and enjoyment only.
Now, while we're all for sharing knowledge, there are a few don'ts to keep in mind. Please don't use our site for anything that's not legal or could disrupt the website and spoil the experience for others. Also, our content is like a treasure trove that we've either created or gotten permission to use. That means no copying, altering, or selling any of it without asking us. It's all about playing fair with assets that were created or shared through Learning Rebels.
If there's something on our site that really catches your eye and you're thinking, "I'd love to use this in my project," just reach out to us. We're open to discussions and can talk about how to make that happen legally and respectfully.
Remember, while you get to use and enjoy the content, it doesn't mean you own it. We want to keep Learning Rebels a place where everyone feels welcome and where learning is fun and fair for all.
On Learning Rebels, we have our blog space and community for you to chat, share, and connect. These are great places to exchange ideas and information, but let's keep it friendly and respectful.
- Be kind and respectful: No bullying, harassment, or hurting others' feelings.
- Keep it clean: Share thoughts and ideas, but skip the offensive or inappropriate stuff.
- Respect privacy: Don’t share personal info about others without their okay.
- Play by the rules: Only share your own stuff, or stuff you have permission to use. No pirated or harmful files, please!
- No sales pitches: This isn't the place for ads or selling things.
- Stay honest: Don’t mess with other people's posts or pretend to be someone you’re not.
- Have fun, but remember: We're here to learn and share, not to cause trouble.
We're serious about keeping Learning Rebels a safe space. So, if things get out of hand, we may need to step in. This could mean limiting access to the site or certain features for those not following the rules. It’s all about protecting the community.
In more serious situations, like when safety is at stake, we might need to involve the authorities. We hope it never comes to that, but we're prepared to take action to ensure everyone's safety. This isn't about spoiling the fun; it's about making sure Learning Rebels remains a secure and positive place for everyone.
Regarding sharing your personal details, please be cautious. It’s always better to keep things like your full name, address, or any personal info about your children to yourself in our Communication Services. Why? Because we can't control or officially back everything that's said or shared here. That means if something goes wrong based on what you read or do in these chats, we can't be held responsible.
Let's keep our community informed, fun, and above all, safe!
Remember, what you read in comments or guest posts might not be our official take, so take it with a grain of salt. And if you’re uploading anything, make sure it's okay to share it broadly.
Got something cool to share with us? Great! If you post or send us materials like feedback, ideas, or articles, just know that they might be used on our Learning Rebels website. We could feature them in blogs, discussions, or other purposes. We will always try to prescribe credit where credit is due. But remember, once you share it with us, it might become part of the Learning Rebels community content. So, make sure you're okay with sharing before you send assets or materials our way.
We love that you want to share your stuff with us! Just a couple of things to keep in mind: we can't offer payment for your submissions and when you share your ideas, articles, or feedback, it’s with the understanding that we might use them on our site or in our community – without compensation.
Also, by sharing, you're saying loud and clear, “Yes, I own this or have the right to share it.” We’re not obligated to use what you send us, and we might remove it if needed. So, when you send us your creations, it gives us permission to use them, knowing it's all on a sharing basis.
If you choose to link your Learning Rebels account with third-party accounts (like social media), you're in for a smoother experience! This lets you share content or access features more quickly. Just keep in mind that when you connect your Learning Rebels account with these external services, you're agreeing to their terms, too. So, take a quick peek at their rules to make sure you agree with their terms.
Indemnification means you agree to protect Learning Rebels against losses or damages, possibly arising from not following our Terms or actions, causing issues on our site. While we don't anticipate problems, it's a standard online practice ensuring everyone contributes to a safe, respectful community. In certain situations, Learning Rebels may take over defense and control of an issue under your indemnification, handling legal aspects at our cost. Your role then is to fully cooperate with us, enabling the effective use of all defenses and ensuring a smooth resolution for everyone involved.
If you find yourself in a disagreement with Learning Rebels, we aim to resolve it through arbitration instead of court. This means an impartial arbitrator will hear both sides and make a decision in a process that's quicker and less formal than a lawsuit. By using our site, you're agreeing to this method. This approach applies to any dispute related to our Terms under the rules of the Federal Arbitration Act and managed by organizations like the American Arbitration Association. The decision reached in arbitration is final and enforceable in court. We hope it never comes to this, but if it does, arbitration is a fair way to resolve issues efficiently.
Our Class Action Waiver means that if you have a dispute with Learning Rebels, you agree to resolve it individually in arbitration, not as part of a group or class action. This helps streamline the resolution process, making it more personal and focused on your specific situation. It's a way to ensure disputes are settled fairly and efficiently, one-on-one.
While we strive to make sure the information on Learning Rebels is accurate and useful, please remember it's not perfect. The content, including software, products, and services, might have inaccuracies or errors and can change over time. Everything we offer is provided "as is" without any kind of guarantee. We can't be held liable for any issues that arise from using the site, whether they're direct, indirect, or otherwise. If you're ever unhappy with the site, your best option is to stop using it. Remember, using Learning Rebels is at your own risk, and it's always good to double-check info for accuracy.
At Learning Rebels, we reserve the right to change or stop your access to our site at any time, without notice, for any reason. Think of it like having a membership – we can revoke it if needed. If we do have to restrict access, we'll do it in a fair way.
In this manner, our agreement with you is under Illinois law. If any disputes come up from using our site, they'll be handled in Illinois courts. It's like having a home base for any legal matters. This helps keep things clear and straightforward for both of us.
We might update our Terms from time to time. If we do, we'll let you know by posting the new version on our site or through other communications. It's a good idea to check in occasionally to see if there's anything new. Changes will become effective once posted. By continuing to use Learning Rebels after updates, you're agreeing to the new terms. We're always working to improve your experience, and these updates help us keep everything running smoothly and beneficially for our community.