Cookie Policy

This policy explains how cookies are used on the Learning Maths Online website – http://learningmathsonline.ac.uk.

Cookies and how do we use them.

Cookies are stored on your computer when you visit a website or open certain e-mails, these are small text files placed on your computer at the time of browsing. The reason cookies are used is to help make websites work or work in a more efficient way, they can also help provide business and marketing information to an owner of a website.

Further information about cookies visit the All About Cookies website.

Different types of Cookies may be used during your visit to learningmathsonline.ac.uk:

  • Session cookies that will be created when a user visits the site and stores anonymous data to track repeated visitor statistics.
  • Third party cookies that are used to help us measure site visitors.

Here is a list of all the cookies that Niace set and how we use them:-

Cookie Provider

Purpose

Google We use Google Analytics to track anonymous user data including visitor numbers, repeated visits, length of stay and number of pages viewed per visit.
AddThis These cookies are created by the Addthis social sharing site, the cookies allow users to share content via Social Networking websites and email.

You can at any time request that we stop storing cookies on your computer, and that we don’t set any more. Please be aware that if you decline the use of cookies set by Niace on http://learningmathsonline.ac.uk, you may not experience full functionality of the website.

Turning cookies on and off in your browser

You can turn cookies on and off when you are browsing online, you can set this within your browser. Several options available are:

  • Reject all cookies,
  • Allow only ‘trusted’ sites to send cookies,
  • Accept cookies from websites you only currently using.

We would recommend you don’t block all cookies as parts of our website won’t work correctly without them.

Further information on turning cookies on and off in your browser: