The network is a service for ETJ members
New members of the Language Teaching Network need to be members of ETJ (English Teachers in Japan), a free volunteer association. This is to prevent unknown people from accessing the network and contacting you through the network. ETJ members are added to the network as a service to members. The ETJ website is at https://ltprofessionals.com/etj The only data used by the Language Teaching Network are your name, user ID and email address. Your name and email address are from your ETJ membership record. Your email address is not shared with other members of the network, but is used to send out emails from the site. By default, these emails are a daily digests of discussions in the groups you belong to in the network, so a maximum of one email per day, but you can easily change this to receiving no emails from a group in the network that you belong to or to receiving emails whenever a post is made to a group.
Other members of the Language Teaching Network can see your personal profile page. This shows your name, user ID, who you are friends with in the network, which groups in the network you belong to, and your public messages and notifications. Your email address is not visible to other members of the network, and, in compliance with the policy stated when you joined ETJ, is only used by Language Teaching Professionals, the administrative office for ETJ. If at some point in future, the administrative office for ETJ changes, you will be notified and be able to stop being a member of ETJ. Your data is not shared with other sites or companies.
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What types of cookies do we use? Necessary cookies
These cookies let us recognize that you have created an account and they enable you to stay logged into that account to access the content, and keep you logged in when you go page to page, forum to forum etc. Functionality cookies
Functionality cookies let us operate the site in accordance with the choices you make. For example, we will recognize your username and remember how you customized the site during future visits. This type of cookie also allows you to access each of the groups and forums correctly. The forum requires the cookie to know you are a member of that forum. These cookies are also used to help keep you logged in if you wish. These also affect the captcha security system to help keep the site safe. If these cookies are present, you won’t see the captcha regularly. Analytical cookies
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