Rules, regulations, and conditions for participating in OCALICON.
OCALICON uses OCALI Pass as its primary tool for managing registration, proposals/presenters, volunteers, and exhibitors. OCALI Pass is a free online user account system developed and maintained by OCALI.
OCALI Pass accounts are voluntary and available free of charge to anyone who wishes to participate in professional development opportunities offered through the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI). There is no cost for creating or maintaining an OCALI Pass account, however certain professional development opportunities that are accessed through OCALI Pass may require a registration fee.
Access to an OCALI Pass account is gained through a user name (email address) and password. Users have the opportunity to update/change their account information as needed or necessary. Only one OCALI Pass account can be set up per email address.
OCALI Pass users grant permission to OCALI to utilize users' information as part of a professional development opportunity. User information will be used to generate an attendance roster, name badge, etc.
OCALI Pass users grant permission to OCALI to email periodic and timely news and information to keep users informed of opportunity releases, deadlines, and updates. OCALI will not share or distribute a user's identity and/or contact information with outside or third party entities unless user grants OCALI permission to do so. OCALI Pass users may unsubscribe from the OCALI Pass mailing list by submitting a request to email@example.com.
Although an OCALI Pass is not required for all opportunities offered by OCALI, certain opportunities offered by OCALI may require the use of an OCALI Pass.
The account holder is entirely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of account information - including account password - and for any and all activity that occurs through use of an OCALI Pass. Users are encouraged to keep their password private and not to share their password or account with anyone else. Users may elect to have their account deleted at any time by sending a written request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Users are forbidden from using anyone else's OCALI Pass password or account without the express permission of the account owner. The account holder agrees to immediately notify OCALI of any unauthorized use of an OCALI Pass.
OCALI (and/or it's designated contractors) may choose to capture photos, images, audio, video, and/or other multimedia footage from events and conferences that it offers for use in online, broadcast, or print promotional materials. Unless permission is revoked in writing to OCALI, by virtue of their attendance, participants consent to the use of their image, voice, or likeness in OCALI-produced online, broadcast, or print materials. Furthermore, no financial compensation will be provided to participants for the use or publication of photos, images, audio, video, or other multimedia footage.
Credit Card Processing
Credit card payments collected through OCALI Pass ARE NOT processed or housed on OCALI or OCALI Pass servers. Such transactions occur and are archived on a site with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security. This site is owned and maintained by an external service provider specifically employed to handle electronic credit card transactions.
Cancellations and Refunds
OCALI Pass users may submit a request for cancellation or refund to email@example.com. Cancellation and refund policies vary from opportunity to opportunity, but, in general, a registration may be transferred to another attendee for free. A nominal administration fee may be charged for a cancelled registration. Late cancellations may not receive a refund.
OCALI occasionally uses analytics tools (such as Google Analytics) to help measure traffic and usage trends for its websites. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors.
Public Records Disclaimer
Visitors should be aware that, subject to certain statutory exceptions, most documents and records maintained by OCALI, including but not limited to electronic data, are public records under Ohio law. Therefore, information submitted through this website may be subject to disclosure pursuant to a public records request.
OCALI endorses the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and seeks to provide and ensure all reasonable accommodations so that each participant may fully participate in a professional development opportunity. ADA requests are typically submitted through the professional development opportunity registration form. Additional information may be posted on the professional development opportunity registration page.
Intellectual Property Rights
Information, content, and resources included on all OCALI websites are owned and proprietary to OCALI. OCALI does not claim or assume ownership of any individual materials or information submitted by OCALI Pass users, including but not limited to user name or contact information.
Limitations On Linking and Framing
With prior written permission, OCALI Pass users are free to establish a hypertext link to any website, content, materials, or intellectual property developed or maintained by OCALI so long as the linking site does not state or imply endorsement and/or sponsorship of the linking site by OCALI.
Children's Privacy Statement
Websites developed or maintained by OCALI are not intended for children under the age of 13. OCALI does not knowingly or willingly collect any personal information from a child under age 13. If OCALI becomes aware that it has inadvertently received personally identifiable information from a user under the age of 13, such information and/or OCALI Pass will be deleted. Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act of 1998, 15 USC 6501 et seq. (2000)
OCALI makes no representations or warranties with respect to www.ocali.org or its contents, which are provided for use "as is" and "as available." OCALI disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, with respect to OCALI websites or any site with which it is linked.
Limitations of Liability
Under no circumstances, including, but not limited to negligence, will OCALI be liable to any user or third party for any direct, special, incidental or consequential damages or expense, including attorney's fees that result from the use or inability to use the materials on OCALI websites.
OCALI assumes no liability or loss for a user's failure to adhere to these terms and conditions.