List of active policies
|Student Data Collection||Other policy||Authenticated users|
|Student Access to the Website||Site policy||Authenticated users|
|Student Records||Other policy||Authenticated users|
Louis M. Rosenberg, PhD operates in toto under the auspices of his affiliated institutions. Therefore, all concerns and requests regarding the privacy of a student’s information kept by Professor Rosenberg must be handled through the College. Professor Rosenberg shares data only with his affiliated institutions.
The collection of student data.
Louis M. Rosenberg, PhD operates in toto under the auspices of his affiliated institutions. Therefore, all concerns and requests regarding the keeping of student data by Professor Rosenberg must be handled through the affiliated institution. Professor Rosenberg shares data only with the affiliated institution
Access to the website after either withdrawal or the completion of the course.
Once a course has reached its official date of completion, as determined by the student's affiliated institution, or the student
i. is placed on "Course Suspension" (as explained in the syllabus), or
ii. officially withdraws him- or herself from a course, or
iii. is officially withdrawn from a course by Professor Rosenberg, or
iv. is officially withdrawn from a course by the Registrar’s Office at the student's affiliated institution,
there is to be no expectation by the student of login privileges to this website and/or of the release of any materials (e.g. assignments) or records (e.g. grades) accumulated by the student during his or her active enrollment in his or her course.
Student records and data conflicts
In all cases of conflicting data in a student’s record between that which is maintained by the Registrar's Office at the student's affiliated institution and that which is maintained by Professor Rosenberg (including, but not limited to, enrollment and grades), the data maintained by the Registrar’s Office prevails. The only exception is a student’s email address, which may be of the student’s choosing (thus different from that which is reflected on his or her file maintained by Registrar's Office) and for which the student takes full responsibility regarding all issues of privacy and viability.
After the passing of the official date of completion of a course, as determined by its affiliated institution, there is to be no further expectation of Professor Rosenberg to preserve any part of a student's record, except as dictated by contractual obligations. Therefore, students are expected to maintain their own records, backups, and copies of all submitted assignments, grades, and communications throughout the duration of his or her official enrollment in the course.
 An email address that is not (or becomes no longer) viable is one where the student is unable to access or retrieve its messages, for any reason and at a time either known or unknown to the student; or where the email service or software used by the student automatically or programatically blocks, deletes, or in any other way makes the emails sent from either the lourosenberg.com or the lourosenberg.org domains inaccessible, regardless of whether or not the student, him- or herself, has control over such functionalities.