Erikson Institute invites you to engage in conversation with our faculty, alumni, students, staff, and friends through our online communities on several social networking sites:
- Erikson Institute
- Early Math Collaborative
- TEC Center (Technology in Early Childhood)
- Edward Neisser Library
Other social networking groups
- LinkedIn: University page
- LinkedIn: Alumni of Erikson Institute group
- Pinterest: Early Math Collaborative
Online Community Guidelines
To ensure that our online communities remain a welcoming forum for discussion, Erikson may monitor posts and comments. Please review the following guidelines before participating in the communities.
It’s okay to disagree with others’ ideas but insulting individuals is not. Erikson can remove comments that include obscenities, personal insults, ethnic slurs, or other disparaging language.
We encourage you to use our online communities to share ideas and information about child development, as well as faculty, student, and alumni accomplishments. However, commercial advertisements, solicitations, promotions, and other spam are not allowed.
Keep Your Comments on Topic
Erikson may edit or remove inappropriate or off-topic comments at any time.
Linking to Other Websites
Erikson is not responsible for the content of any linked website, any link contained in a linked website, or any changes or updates to such websites. The inclusion of any link does not imply Erikson’s endorsement of that website.
Protect Your Privacy
Erikson has the right but not the obligation to monitor and edit or remove any comments at any time. Users who persist in violating community guidelines may be barred from posting to our communities. Any messages or stories shared on our communities may be used in Erikson’s communications and marketing activities.
Contact Anne Divita Kopacz at [email protected].
Adapted from Easter Seals Online Community Guidelines.