Create@UniSQ Policies

Your rights and responsibilities when using Create@UniSQ

Please read the policies below for more information on using Create@UniSQ:

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Terms of Use

Please read and make sure you understand and observe the following policies:

When you signup for a site on Create@UniSQ you agree to abide by these terms.

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There are some great sources for free videos and images online, however, you must consider your copyright and intellectual property responsibilities whenever you add a video or image to your Create@UniSQ site. 

Read the the UniSQ Copyright Guidelines for Students here.

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Your Privacy

Create@UniSQ is managed in line with the UniSQ Privacy Policy.

The platform is managed by CampusPress which is part of the Incsub Group. You can read the Incsub Privacy Policy here, including information on their data sharing policies, site cookies, and the collection and security of personal information.

You can also read the CampusPress Data Privacy Policy here.

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Access and Data Retention

UniSQ retains content created as part of assessments. The Queensland government data retention policy designates that course content should be retained for 6 months. However, UniSQ retains it for 2 years + 1 semester as a long standing agreement between ICT and the schools.

Please Note: For ongoing security and facility, including career planning and employability, students are advised to download their portfolio and upload to their own WordPress site as soon as possible after graduation. Click here to access the Exporting a Create@UniSQ Site guide.

Are you a student who needs help with their Create@UniSQ Site?

Check out the Getting Started resources or contact Support.

Are you a staff member with a question about using Create@UniSQ with your students or colleagues?

Access the For Staff Resources and/or email Dr Julie Lindsay, Senior Education Technology Advisor

Disclaimer: The content and opinions expressed on sites hosted on Create@USQ do not necessarily reflect the views of, nor are they endorsed by the University of Southern Queensland.

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