This document defines the terms and conditions authorizing registrants access to online tools and resources provided by UEN. UEN provides teacher/faculty resources that will assist in achieving improved student learning. To accomplish this, UEN has developed and licensed high quality products and services that can be accessed with a user login
name and password.
- Utah Code 63-02—Government Records Access and Management Act
Government Records Access and Management Act of the Utah Code: also known as GRAMA, this code specifies when and to whom records access may be provided. my.uen: a suite of electronic services that includes personalized web pages and provides access to a variety of online tools and services as well as a way for educators to register with UEN.
- Required Information
- When using UEN services, the registrant agrees to provide accurate and complete information as prompted by the registration form and to maintain or update the registration data in a timely manner.
- When registering with UEN, users are required to provide a login name and password. This is confidential information and is not shared with third party entities. However, a limited number of authorized UEN administrators and technology trainers around the state have access to online tools to look up forgotten passwords for educators in their region.
- In addition, a registrant may voluntarily submit additional information regarding their school affiliation, grade levels and subjects taught at the institution through the my.uen website.
- Denial of UEN Services
- UEN may terminate user accounts at any time, without notice, when the use of UEN services is inconsistent with the educational mission of UEN. Any pages found to contain, promote, or link to content as outlined below are subject to immediate removal without prior notification:
- Users may not upload, post or otherwise transmit any content that is (1) unlawful,
harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, tortuous, defamatory, vulgar, obscene,
libelous or invasive of another's privacy; (2) infringes any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights of any party, and/or (3) contains software
viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or
limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment.
- Users may not (1) engage in commercial activities such as offering for sale any
products or services, soliciting for advertisers or sponsors, or conducting raffles or
contests that require any type of entry fee; and/or (2) post product advertisement(s) or
political lobbying information.
- In appropriate circumstances and at UETN’s sole discretion, UETN will suspend and/or terminate the accounts of users who repeatedly infringe or are repeatedly charged with infringing the copyrights of others.
- UEN Confidentiality Guidelines
UEN has a genuine interest in the privacy of its registered users. UEN does not disclose
or publish proprietary and confidential information to third parties. UEN is a
governmental entity and thus subject to certain requirements of the Government
Records Access and Management Act of the Utah Code (GRAMA). Pursuant to
GRAMA, certain records within the UEN’s possession or control may be subject to