What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device by your browser when you visit a site. They make sure that the website stores your actions and preferences (for example, login, language choice, font size and other preferences) for a certain period of time. This means that you do not have enter the data again while you navigate between different pages of the site or when you visit the site the next time.
What kind of cookies do we use?
When you log on to Student@work, this cookie remembers that you are logged in. This is a session cookie that is essential for the use of the site.
This cookie stores your language choice in order to adjust the user interface for the duration of your session.
These cookies track your visit and the origin of your visit. We use them to collect statistics which we can use to improve Student@work and make it easier to use. The data is analysed anonymously. The information is not passed on to third parties and is not used for any other purpose.
Cookies for the chat function (Olark)
These cookies help support the website's chat function. They are responsible for a number of actions such as securing and caching the chat session, and storing the session while you navigate between different pages of the site.
Monitoring or disabling cookies
You can monitor or disable cookies. It is possible to remove cookies from your computer and the settings on most browsers can be adjusted to not store cookies. If you choose to disable cookies, you will have to enter some preferences manually every time you visit the website, and some services and critical functions will not work properly.