Separate Account Sample Clauses

Separate Account. If Student-Generated Content is stored or maintained by the Provider, Provider shall, at the request of the LEA, transfer, or provide a mechanism for the LEA to transfer, said Student- Generated Content to a separate account created by the student.
Separate Account. If pupil generated content is stored or maintained by the Provider as part of the Services described in Exhibit “A”, Provider shall, at the request of the LEA, transfer said pupil generated content to a separate student account upon termination of the Service Agreement; provided, however, such transfer shall only apply to pupil generated content that is severable from the Service.
Separate Account. If student Generated Content is stored or maintained by the Provider as part of the Services described in Article I, section 2 and/or Exhibit “A”, Provider shall, at the request of the LEA, transfer said Student Generated Content to a separate student account upon termination of the Service Agreement; provided, however, such transfer shall only apply to Student Generated Content that is severable from the Service.
Separate Account. Students and parent users may have personal or non-school accounts (i.e. for use of ClassDojo at home not related to school) in addition to school accounts (“Outside School Account(s)”). An Outside School Account of a student may also be linked to their student account. Student Data shall not include information a student or parent provides to Provider through such Outside School Accounts independent of the student’s or parent’s engagement with the Services at the direction of the LEA. Additionally, If Student Generated Content is stored or maintained by the Provider as part of the Services, Provider may, at the request or with the consent of the parent or legal guardian, transfer said Student Generated Content to a separate student account or the Outside School Account upon termination of the Service Agreement; provided, however, such transfer shall only apply to Student Generated Content that is severable from the Service.