1. Purpose – what is “LifeLabOnline.org” and what can it be used for?
LifeLab is a unique initiative created by the University of Southampton in collaboration with the National Institute for Health Research, Southampton Biomedical Research Centre and University Hospital Southampton. Our programmes include on site educational experiences at the LifeLab education centre, work experience, research studies, teacher professional development, opportunities for scientists to train and take part in our programmes and fully resourced educational programmes provided for in-school delivery.
LifeLab's mission is to empower children and young people, through scientific discovery, to make positive lifestyle choices for their health, wellbeing and resilience and for that of children they may have in the future.
The learning platform is a free educational platform developed by LifeLab for teachers, students, parents and carers, and researchers which enables us to share LifeLab programmes and resources across the UK and wider afield, ultimately educating and empowering children and young people for lifelong health.
The Learning Platform provides programmes (courses) which are broken down into modules (lessons) and activities. The Learning Platform hosts LifeLab resources which are available to view or download (such as PowerPoints, videos and PDFs) and online learning modules for interactive learning (e.g. self-directed learning for students). Depending on how the programme is structured, resources are open access (available for all to view and use), password protected (we will provide you with the details) or for registered users only.
2. Responsibilities of the user/ general user responsibilities
By registering, the user is granted a non-transferable, simple right to use the Learning Platform.
The use of the Learning Platform is limited to those described under Section 1 i.e. for non-commercial educational purposes only. Any other uses, in particular commercial uses and use for marketing purposes, are explicitly prohibited. Storage space made available to the user may only be used to store the created content. Any use other than for the intended purpose is also prohibited.
In addition, users are obligated to comply with statutory provisions in general and with copyright and data protection law in particular. When linking to external websites, the user must check that they do not contain any unlawful content.
Users are not allowed to place any content on the Learning Platform if it violates legal regulations or involves pornographic, obscene, defamatory, slanderous, insulting, threatening, inciting or racist content. The placing of content for the purpose of advertising of any kind, as well as the transmission of information that contains a virus, error, manipulation or similar damaging elements, is also prohibited, as is the placing of content that damages the reputation of LifeLab or the University of Southampton.
2.1 Special obligations in handling personal data
In the programmes, you may have access in part to personal data, e.g. the names and usernames or forum entries of other course participants. All users are obligated to treat the data of other users available to them, as well as personal data to which they have access, in a strictly confidential manner and may not to pass them on to third parties or process them for other purposes without authorisation. The only exception is the appropriate written consent of the data subject.
Special categories of personal data (e.g. health data) may only be placed in the system for a specific purpose in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR and other legal requirements with the explicit written and effective consent of the data subject. In principle, such data are only to be processed in a pseudonymised, but wherever possible anonymised form.
LifeLab is committed to respecting copyright and intellectual property rights.
3.1 LifeLab copyright and intellectual property rights
Please note that the intellectual property rights in all content comprising or contained within this website address is owned by LifeLab and other copyright owners as specified.
Reproducing content from the Learning Platform
The Learning Platform content may be used for non-commercial educational purposes only. Reproduction of the Learning Platform for any purposes is not permitted. Use of the LifeLab logo, brand identities or trademarks is not permitted without prior consent from LifeLab.
3.2 Contents originating from third parties
Take down notice
LifeLab has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that third party content used in LifeLab lessons is reproduced with consent of the respective copyright holders, where appropriate. If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found material on this Learning Platform for which you have not granted permission (or is not covered by a copyright exception under the UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988) please contact LifeLab by email stating the following:
Send your e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org - which will be acknowledged within five working days of receipt. We will investigate the matter and, if agreement cannot be reached, aim to take down the content from our website within 30 working days.
4. Liability and exclusion of use on the part of users
4.1 Liability on the part of users
4.2 Exclusion of use
5. Liability on the part of the University of Southampton
The University of Southampton, as operator of the Learning Platform, is solely liable for grossly negligent or intentional breaches of duty. This applies in particular to damage caused by downloading materials from the Learning Platform. The University of Southampton is to be indemnified from claims of third parties due to the non-observance of copyrights by the users of the Learning Platform.
7. Support and inquiries
Please use our e-mail address: email@example.com
If you contact us directly, your e-mail address will only be used for correspondence with you. When you communicate with us via e-mail, it is assumed that you also wish to receive a reply by e-mail, unless you express the desire to communicate in another form. If necessary, your e-mail will be forwarded to the responsible member of the team at the University for further processing.