AACE Privacy Policy

AACE will never sell, rent, or exchange email or mailing addresses of its members, customers, and website users.

The Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) is committed to protecting the privacy of its members, customers, and website users. AACE recognizes the interest of its members, customers, and website users in the confidentiality of their personal information. AACE only maintains personal information that is relevant to AACE activities and seeks to maintain accurate, complete, and timely information.

The security of personal information is important to AACE. AACE maintains all personal data with technical, administrative, and physical safeguards to protect against loss, unauthorized access, destruction, misuse, modification, and improper disclosure. No computer system or information can ever be fully protected against every possible hazard. AACE provides reasonable and appropriate security controls to protect personal information against foreseeable hazards.

Email Policy

AACE will never sell, rent, or exchange email or mailing addresses of its members, customers, and website users.

AACE uses email addresses to send the following:

  1. "Must Have" messages that help to service AACE members, customer, and website users including answers to questions; acknowledgments of the receipt of membership/subscription applications, renewal notices, and other orders.
  2. Occasional "Member, Customer, & Website User Update" announcements about AACE services that we believe to be of some importance these groups. These announcements are usually brief, straightforward messages that contain pointers to online resources where readers can explore the information more fully.
  3. Email messaging that is part of a program for which the user has registered (e.g. an AACE Digital Library Table of Contents Alert email).
  4. Email distribution lists targeted at AACE groups (e.g. specific conference attendees or journal subscribers, etc.).

AACE created and supported email distribution lists such as the Eductech listserv have "unsubscribe" instructions.

Postal Mail Policy

AACE may use member and customer postal addresses to mail AACE related information that fall into categories #1 and #2 above.