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Lesson 1

Lesson 1: Navigation, Downloadable Version

Lesson 1: Navigation

This lesson is a general overview of moving around in salesforce and becoming acquainted the various setup options. Administrators will learn about the home page, activities, tabs, app menu, and chatter to get you up to speed quickly on learning Salesforce.

Duration: 01:08:40  File Size: 160 MB

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Lesson 2

Lesson 2: System Information, Downloadable Version

Lesson 2: System Information

This lesson teaches administrators how to find information related to licensing and salesforce org limits that are commonly required to know. Administrators will understand the various feature licenses, data limits, user interface options, and social media integration.

Duration: 00:59:10  File Size: 131 MB

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Lesson 3

Lesson 3: Managing Users, Downloadable Version

Lesson 3: Managing Users

This lesson teaches administrators how to use licenses, and the best ways to take advantage of queues and the Salesforce licensing structure. Viewers of this lesson will know how to create and deactivate users, select roles and profiles, create queues, grant login access, and understand the fundamentals of activation emails.

Duration: 00:43:13  File Size: 85 MB

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Lesson 4

Lesson 4: Getting Help, Downloadable Version

Lesson 4: Getting Help

This lesson will demonstrate the best ways to get help and technical support to have basic questions such as reports or field creation. After watching this lesson, administrators will know how to access Help & Training, contact technical support, find developers on the AppExchange, use Developer Force, and view the Salesforce network system status page.

Duration: 00:39:05  File Size: 107 MB

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Lesson 5

Lesson 5: Records Management, Downloadable Version

Lesson 5: Records Management

This lesson discusses the setting up of fields and record management which serve as the foundation to Salesforce. Administrators will know how to create and manage records, edit page layouts, create fields, send single and mass emails, manage campaigns, and create email templates.

Duration: 01:08:15  File Size: 192 MB

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Lesson 6

Lesson 6: Products and Pricebooks, Downloadable Version

Lesson 6: Products and Pricebooks

This lesson covers the creation, management and uses of Products in Salesforce for sales team to use to manage their sales pipeline. After viewing, administrators will have a firm grasp on managing products and pricebooks, as well as managing products on opportunities and quotes.

Duration: 00:23:57  File Size: 59 MB

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Lesson 7

Lesson 7: Leads Management, Downloadable Version

Lesson 7: Leads Management

This lesson discusses important concepts surrounding lead management and record types most useful for medium-sized organizations with various sales processes. Administrators will become proficient in management lead assignment rules, create web to lead forms, creating auto-response rules, performing mass delete and transfers, creating record types, and adding leads to campaigns.

Duration: 00:41:37  File Size: 98 MB

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Lesson 8

Lesson 8: Quotes Management, Downloadable Version

Lesson 8: Quotes Management

This lesson covers the Quotes object which allows the speedy generation of documents such as estimates, quotes and contracts by sales reps. Administrators will be able to create new quote templates, updating and cloning templates, and generate PDF quotes from Opportunities in Salesforce.

Duration: 00:14:27  File Size: 41 MB

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Lesson 9

Lesson 9: Outlook Integration, Downloadable Version

Lesson 9: Outlook Integration

This lesson discusses and explains the benefit of Outlook integration in Salesforce to allow the syncing of contacts, events, tasks, and emails. These videos demonstrate the steps necessary to configure the outlook integration options, installing salesforce for outlook onto a workstation, and a walkthrough of how to sync records from outlook to Salesforce.

Duration: 00:17:55  File Size: 40 MB

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Lesson 10

Lesson 10: Workflow and Approval Processes, Downloadable Version

Lesson 10: Workflow and Approval Processes

This lesson covers the creation and management of workflow and approval processes that can reduce the number of clicks users take to accomplish their daily tasks. Administrators will learn all about creating new approval processes, the difference between actions and final actions, creating new workflow rules, email alerts, workflow tasks, and the benefits of using workflow field updates.

Duration: 00:49:50  File Size: 115 MB

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Lesson 11

Lesson 11: Managing Cases, Downloadable Version

Lesson 11: Managing Cases

This set of videos discusses the role of Cases and the various setup options for a customer or technical support team. Administrators will learn how to create and assign a console, create assignment and escalation rules, implement Solutions, create a case submission form via a web page or through email, setup entitlement management, install CTI integration and assign case teams.

Duration: 01:13:13  File Size: 170 MB

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Lesson 12

Lesson 12: Communities, Downloadable Version

Lesson 12: Communities

This lesson demonstrates and discusses setting up and the best practices for Salesforce Communities to allow customers and partners limited access to Salesforce data. After watching the videos in this lesson, administrators will be proficient in creating a new communities portal, configuring colors and branding, setting up new portal users, creating Knowledge articles, setting up Chatter, and implementing Ideas.

Duration: 00:42:26  File Size: 109 MB

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Lesson 13

Lesson 13: AppExchange Apps, Downloadable Version

Lesson 13: AppExchange Apps

This lesson explains the AppExchange and the various options it contains, such as electronic signature and email service apps. Administrators will know how to search for an app, install an app into their salesforce org, using that app and delegating licenses, as well as uninstalling an app no longer in use.

Duration: 00:29:49  File Size: 120 MB

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Lesson 14

Lesson 14: Dashboards and Reports, Downloadable Version

Lesson 14: Dashboards and Reports

This lesson demonstrates reporting on data in the system, commonly used by executives for better visibility into the business processes managed in the system. Administrators will become proficient in creating new reports, understanding the different report types, and ultimately create dashboards for executive summaries.

Duration: 00:53:38  File Size: 155 MB

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Lesson 15

Lesson 15: Collaboration, Downloadable Version

Lesson 15: Collaboration

Collaboration is a cornerstone of Salesforce functionality, touching everything from account and contact records to report conversations. Administrators will be able to setup Chatter, enable feed tracking on custom objects, setting up chatter groups, and take advantage of the free chatter licenses.

Duration: 00:26:45  File Size: 63 MB

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Lesson 16

Lesson 16: Mobile, Downloadable Version

Lesson 16: Mobile Administration

This lesson explores the topic of mobile access and use in Salesforce. Administrators will become experts in the areas of configuring mobile navigation, configuring notification settings, enabling Salesforce1, as well as configuring Salesforce Classic for mobile devices as well.

Duration: 00:19:16  File Size: 47 MB

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Lesson 17

Lesson 17: Security, Downloadable Version

Lesson 17: Security

The videos in this lesson walk through the process of setting up security in Salesforce, which can be critical for larger organizations with multiple teams in different parts of the company. Administrators will know how to create roles and the role hierarchy, modify default sharing settings through rule creation, editing profiles, and configure session settings.

Duration: 01:01:00  File Size: 165 MB

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Lesson 18

Lesson 18. Data Loader, Downloadable Version

Lesson 18. Data Management

This lesson explores the critical area of data management in Salesforce. Administrators are frequently tasked with importing and updating data in Salesforce production and the sandbox. These videos will provide hands-on examples of installing the data loader, exporting, importing, updating, deleting, and configuring data loader settings as well.

Duration: 00:45:27  File Size: 105 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2015
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-5318-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-5318-2

12+ Hours of Video Instruction

Overview

Salesforce.com Certified Administrator LiveLessons provides over 12 hours of live instruction to help you prepare for the Salesforce.com Certified Administrator exam. Hands-on video lessons detail the fundamentals necessary to perform every day tasks such as creating new fields, modifying reports, importing data, and managing users.

All topics within the exam are covered so you have a full resource for passing the exam and also performing the basic day-to-day tasks of a system administrator. Drawing on first-hand experience as a Salesforce implementer of over 400 projects and a former Salesforce.com administrator, Justin Davis provides a level of detail known only to experts who are hands-on in the system on a daily basis.

Description

Salesforce.com Certified Administrator LiveLessons contains 18 individual video lessons with over 12 hours of video training. The videos detail hands-on live instruction using Salesforce.com. Justin Davis walks you through each key objective for the Salesforce.com Certified Administrator exam while also providing real-world examples for using Salesforce.com so you can prepare for the test and learn how to administer within a Salesforce environment.

Major sections are as follows:

Part 1–Basic Configuration of Salesforce.com

Lesson 1: Navigation

Lesson 2: System Information

Lesson 3: Managing Users

Lesson 4: Getting Help

Lesson 5: Records Management

Lesson 6: Products and Pricebooks

Part 2–Intermediate Configuration of Salesforce.com

Lesson 7: Leads Management

Lesson 8: Quotes Management

Lesson 9: Outlook Integration

Lesson 10: Workflow and Approval Processes

Lesson 11: Managing Cases

Lesson 12: Communities

Lesson 13: AppExchange Apps

Lesson 14: Dashboards and Reports

Lesson 15: Collaboration

Lesson 16: Mobile Administration

Lesson 17: Security

Lesson 18. Data Management

About the Instructor

Justin Davis is the chief operations officer of MK Partners, a full-service Salesforce consulting and implementation firm in Los Angeles. Developing on the Salesforce platform for more than five years, he has overseen 400+ Salesforce implementations for corporate, non-profit, and government clients throughout the United States. Justin is the author of Teach Yourself VISUALLY Salesforce.com.

Skill Level

  • Beginning

What You Will Learn

  • Navigation
  • System Information
  • Managing Users
  • Getting Help
  • Records Management
  • Products and Pricebooks
  • Leads Management
  • Quotes Management
  • Outlook Integration
  • Workflow and Approval Processes
  • Managing Cases
  • Communities
  • AppExchange Apps
  • Dashboards and Reports
  • Collaboration
  • Mobile Administration
  • Security
  • Data Management

Who Should Take This Course

New Salesforce system administrators, and those interested in obtaining their administrator certification with salesforce.com

The Primary audience includes:

  • individuals who have seen a Salesforce presentation or demonstration previously
  • people who use Salesforce at their place of business
  • cloud enthusiasts interested in learning

Course Requirements

No prerequisite requirements to adequately learn from these videos, but a moderate understanding of use of Internet browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer will be helpful. Developers who spend most of their time writing code can also benefit from better understanding the Salesforce data model and declarative configuration options.

Table of Contents

Part 1–Basic Configuration of Salesforce.com

Lesson 1: Navigation

Lesson 1.1: Personalizing the Home Page

Lesson 1.2: Activities–Tasks and Events

Lesson 1.3: Showing and Hiding Tabs

Lesson 1.4: Customizing Apps

Lesson 1.5: Using Leads

Lesson 1.6: Using Accounts

Lesson 1.7: Using Contacts

Lesson 1.8: Using Opportunities

Lesson 1.9: Chatter Overview

Lesson 2: System Information

Lesson 2.1: Viewing the System Overview and Company Profile

Lesson 2.2: Understanding Salesforce Editions

Lesson 2.3: Understanding Feature Licenses

Lesson 2.4: Using Salesforce Checkout and Buying Licenses

Lesson 2.5: Viewing Existing Data, Document Storage, and Capacity

Lesson 2.6: Modifying the Fiscal Year, Holidays, and Business Hours

Lesson 2.7: Customizing the User Interface

Lesson 2.8: Customizing Social Contacts and Accounts

Lesson 3: Managing Users

Lesson 3.1: Creating a New User

Lesson 3.2: Deactivating a User

Lesson 3.3: Choosing Roles and Profiles

Lesson 3.4: Creating Queues

Lesson 3.5: Granting Login Access

Lesson 3.6: Understanding Activation Emails

Lesson 4: Getting Help

Lesson 4.1: Exploring Help and Training

Lesson 4.2: Logging a Case with Technical Support

Lesson 4.3: Finding Developers on the AppExchange

Lesson 4.4: Posting a Question to Developer Force

Lesson 4.5: Viewing System Status

Lesson 4.6: Exploring Training and Certification Classes

Lesson 5: Records Management

Lesson 5.1:Creating and Managing Records

Lesson 5.2: Creating and Editing Page Layouts

Lesson 5.3: Creating Fields

Lesson 5.4: Sending Single and Mass Emails

Lesson 5.5 Managing Campaigns and Importing Leads

Lesson 5.6: Creating a New Email Template

Lesson 6: Products and Pricebooks

Lesson 6.1: Managing Products

Lesson 6.2: Managing Pricebooks

Lesson 6.3: Using Products with Opportunities

Lesson 6.4: Using Products with Quotes

Part 2–Intermediate Configuration of Salesforce.com

Lesson 7: Leads Management

Lesson 7.1: Managing Lead Assignment Rules

Lesson 7.2: Creating a Web to Lead Form

Lesson 7.3: Creating an Auto-Response Rule

Lesson 7.4:Performing Mass Delete and Transfers

Lesson 7.5: Creating Lead Record Types and Processes

Lesson 7.6: Searching and Adding Leads to a Campaign

Lesson 8: Quotes Management

Lesson 8.1: Creating a Quote Template

Lesson 8.2: Updating and Cloning Quote Templates

Lesson 8.3: Generating Quotes from Opportunities

Lesson 9: Outlook Integration

Lesson 9.1: Configuring Outlook Integration

Lesson 9.2: Installing the Salesforce for Outlook Application

Lesson 9.3: Using Outlook Integration

Lesson 10: Workflow and Approval Processes

Lesson 10:1: Creating a New Approval Process

Lesson 10:2: Creating a New Approval Action

Lesson 10.3: Creating a New Approval Final Action

Lesson 10.4: Creating a New Workflow Rule

Lesson 10.5: Creating a New Workflow Email Alert

Lesson 10.6: Creating a New Workflow Task

Lesson 10.7: Creating a New Workflow Field Update

Lesson 11: Managing Cases

Lesson 11:1: Creating and Assigning the Console

Lesson 11.2: Managing Case Assignment Rules

Lesson 11.3: Configuring Case Escalation Rules

Lesson 11.4: Searching and Editing Case Solutions

Lesson 11.5: Creating a Web to Case Form

Lesson 11.6: Understanding Email to Case Routing

Lesson 11.7: Configuring Entitlement Management

Lesson 11.8: Installing CTI Integration

Lesson 11.9: Assigning Case Teams

Lesson 11.10: Reviewing Support Settings

Lesson 12: Communities

Lesson 12.1: Creating a Communities Portal

Lesson 12.2: Configuring Colors and Branding

Lesson 12.3: Creating New Portal Users

Lesson 12.4: Configuring Knowledge

Lesson 12.5: Configuring Chatter Answers

Lesson 12.6: Enabling and Configuring Ideas

Lesson 13: AppExchange Apps

Lesson 13.1: Searching the AppExchange

Lesson 13.2: Installing an App from the AppExchange

Lesson 13.3: Using an Installed App

Lesson 13.4: Uninstalling an App

Lesson 14: Dashboards and Reports

Lesson 14.1: Creating Reports

Lesson 14.2: Understanding Report Types

Lesson 14.3: Managing Report and Dashboard Folders

Lesson 14.4: Creating a Dashboard

Lesson 14.5: Refreshing and Emailing Dashboards

Lesson 14.6: Creating Custom Report Types

Lesson 15: Collaboration

Lesson 15.1: Configuring Chatter Settings

Lesson 15.2: Enabling Chatter on Custom Objects

Lesson 15.3: Configuring Chatter Groups

Lesson 15.4: Using Free Chatter Licenses

Lesson 15.5: Enabling Libraries and Content

Lesson 16: Mobile Administration

Lesson 16.1: Configuring Mobile Navigation

Lesson 16.2: Configuring Notification Settings

Lesson 16.3: Enabling the Salesforce1 Mobile Browser App

Lesson 16.4: Configuring Salesforce Classic

Lesson 17: Security

Lesson 17.1: Creating Roles and the Role Hierarchy

Lesson 17.2: Modifying Default Sharing Settings

Lesson 17.3: Creating Sharing Rules

Lesson 17.4: Editing Profiles

Lesson 17.5: Creating a Custom Profile

Lesson 17.6: Configuring Sesson Settings

Lesson 17.7: Viewing Activations and Network Access

Lesson 17.8: Setting Up Delegated Administration

Lesson 17.9: Viewing Login History and Setup Audit Trail

Lesson 17.10: Enabling Field History on Objects

Lesson 18. Data Management

Lesson 18.1: Installing the Data Loader

Lesson 18.2: Exporting with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.3: Importing with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.4: Updating with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.5: Deleting with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.6: Configuring Data Loader Settings

Lesson 18.7: Using the Data Import Wizard

Lesson 18.8: Managing Sandboxes

Lesson 18.9: Scheduling Data Exports

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Sample Content

Table of Contents

Part 1—Basic Configuration of Salesforce.com

Lesson 1: Navigation

Lesson 1.1: Personalizing the Home Page

Lesson 1.2: Activities—Tasks and Events

Lesson 1.3: Showing and Hiding Tabs

Lesson 1.4: Customizing Apps

Lesson 1.5: Using Leads

Lesson 1.6: Using Accounts

Lesson 1.7: Using Contacts

Lesson 1.8: Using Opportunities

Lesson 1.9: Chatter Overview

Lesson 2: System Information

Lesson 2.1: Viewing the System Overview and Company Profile

Lesson 2.2: Understanding Salesforce Editions

Lesson 2.3: Understanding Feature Licenses

Lesson 2.4: Using Salesforce Checkout and Buying Licenses

Lesson 2.5: Viewing Existing Data, Document Storage, and Capacity

Lesson 2.6: Modifying the Fiscal Year, Holidays, and Business Hours

Lesson 2.7: Customizing the User Interface

Lesson 2.8: Customizing Social Contacts and Accounts

Lesson 3: Managing Users

Lesson 3.1: Creating a New User

Lesson 3.2: Deactivating a User

Lesson 3.3: Choosing Roles and Profiles

Lesson 3.4: Creating Queues

Lesson 3.5: Granting Login Access

Lesson 3.6: Understanding Activation Emails

Lesson 4: Getting Help

Lesson 4.1: Exploring Help and Training

Lesson 4.2: Logging a Case with Technical Support

Lesson 4.3: Finding Developers on the AppExchange

Lesson 4.4: Posting a Question to Developer Force

Lesson 4.5: Viewing System Status

Lesson 4.6: Exploring Training and Certification Classes

Lesson 5: Records Management

Lesson 5.1:Creating and Managing Records

Lesson 5.2: Creating and Editing Page Layouts

Lesson 5.3: Creating Fields

Lesson 5.4: Sending Single and Mass Emails

Lesson 5.5 Managing Campaigns and Importing Leads

Lesson 5.6: Creating a New Email Template

Lesson 6: Products and Pricebooks

Lesson 6.1: Managing Products

Lesson 6.2: Managing Pricebooks

Lesson 6.3: Using Products with Opportunities

Lesson 6.4: Using Products with Quotes

Part 2—Intermediate Configuration of Salesforce.com

Lesson 7: Leads Management

Lesson 7.1: Managing Lead Assignment Rules

Lesson 7.2: Creating a Web to Lead Form

Lesson 7.3: Creating an Auto-Response Rule

Lesson 7.4:Performing Mass Delete and Transfers

Lesson 7.5: Creating Lead Record Types and Processes

Lesson 7.6: Searching and Adding Leads to a Campaign

Lesson 8: Quotes Management

Lesson 8.1: Creating a Quote Template

Lesson 8.2: Updating and Cloning Quote Templates

Lesson 8.3: Generating Quotes from Opportunities

Lesson 9: Outlook Integration

Lesson 9.1: Configuring Outlook Integration

Lesson 9.2: Installing the Salesforce for Outlook Application

Lesson 9.3: Using Outlook Integration

Lesson 10: Workflow and Approval Processes

Lesson 10:1: Creating a New Approval Process

Lesson 10:2: Creating a New Approval Action

Lesson 10.3: Creating a New Approval Final Action

Lesson 10.4: Creating a New Workflow Rule

Lesson 10.5: Creating a New Workflow Email Alert

Lesson 10.6: Creating a New Workflow Task

Lesson 10.7: Creating a New Workflow Field Update

Lesson 11: Managing Cases

Lesson 11:1: Creating and Assigning the Console

Lesson 11.2: Managing Case Assignment Rules

Lesson 11.3: Configuring Case Escalation Rules

Lesson 11.4: Searching and Editing Case Solutions

Lesson 11.5: Creating a Web to Case Form

Lesson 11.6: Understanding Email to Case Routing

Lesson 11.7: Configuring Entitlement Management

Lesson 11.8: Installing CTI Integration

Lesson 11.9: Assigning Case Teams

Lesson 11.10: Reviewing Support Settings

Lesson 12: Communities

Lesson 12.1: Creating a Communities Portal

Lesson 12.2: Configuring Colors and Branding

Lesson 12.3: Creating New Portal Users

Lesson 12.4: Configuring Knowledge

Lesson 12.5: Configuring Chatter Answers

Lesson 12.6: Enabling and Configuring Ideas

Lesson 13: AppExchange Apps

Lesson 13.1: Searching the AppExchange

Lesson 13.2: Installing an App from the AppExchange

Lesson 13.3: Using an Installed App

Lesson 13.4: Uninstalling an App

Lesson 14: Dashboards and Reports

Lesson 14.1: Creating Reports

Lesson 14.2: Understanding Report Types

Lesson 14.3: Managing Report and Dashboard Folders

Lesson 14.4: Creating a Dashboard

Lesson 14.5: Refreshing and Emailing Dashboards

Lesson 14.6: Creating Custom Report Types

Lesson 15: Collaboration

Lesson 15.1: Configuring Chatter Settings

Lesson 15.2: Enabling Chatter on Custom Objects

Lesson 15.3: Configuring Chatter Groups

Lesson 15.4: Using Free Chatter Licenses

Lesson 15.5: Enabling Libraries and Content

Lesson 16: Mobile Administration

Lesson 16.1: Configuring Mobile Navigation

Lesson 16.2: Configuring Notification Settings

Lesson 16.3: Enabling the Salesforce1 Mobile Browser App

Lesson 16.4: Configuring Salesforce Classic

Lesson 17: Security

Lesson 17.1: Creating Roles and the Role Hierarchy

Lesson 17.2: Modifying Default Sharing Settings

Lesson 17.3: Creating Sharing Rules

Lesson 17.4: Editing Profiles

Lesson 17.5: Creating a Custom Profile

Lesson 17.6: Configuring Sesson Settings

Lesson 17.7: Viewing Activations and Network Access

Lesson 17.8: Setting Up Delegated Administration

Lesson 17.9: Viewing Login History and Setup Audit Trail

Lesson 17.10: Enabling Field History on Objects

Lesson 18. Data Management

Lesson 18.1: Installing the Data Loader

Lesson 18.2: Exporting with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.3: Importing with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.4: Updating with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.5: Deleting with the Data Loader

Lesson 18.6: Configuring Data Loader Settings

Lesson 18.7: Using the Data Import Wizard

Lesson 18.8: Managing Sandboxes

Lesson 18.9: Scheduling Data Exports

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California residents should read our Supplemental privacy statement for California residents in conjunction with this Privacy Notice. The Supplemental privacy statement for California residents explains Pearson's commitment to comply with California law and applies to personal information of California residents collected in connection with this site and the Services.

Sharing and Disclosure


Pearson may disclose personal information, as follows:

  • As required by law.
  • With the consent of the individual (or their parent, if the individual is a minor)
  • In response to a subpoena, court order or legal process, to the extent permitted or required by law
  • To protect the security and safety of individuals, data, assets and systems, consistent with applicable law
  • In connection the sale, joint venture or other transfer of some or all of its company or assets, subject to the provisions of this Privacy Notice
  • To investigate or address actual or suspected fraud or other illegal activities
  • To exercise its legal rights, including enforcement of the Terms of Use for this site or another contract
  • To affiliated Pearson companies and other companies and organizations who perform work for Pearson and are obligated to protect the privacy of personal information consistent with this Privacy Notice
  • To a school, organization, company or government agency, where Pearson collects or processes the personal information in a school setting or on behalf of such organization, company or government agency.

Links


This web site contains links to other sites. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each and every web site that collects Personal Information. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by this web site.

Requests and Contact


Please contact us about this Privacy Notice or if you have any requests or questions relating to the privacy of your personal information.

Changes to this Privacy Notice


We may revise this Privacy Notice through an updated posting. We will identify the effective date of the revision in the posting. Often, updates are made to provide greater clarity or to comply with changes in regulatory requirements. If the updates involve material changes to the collection, protection, use or disclosure of Personal Information, Pearson will provide notice of the change through a conspicuous notice on this site or other appropriate way. Continued use of the site after the effective date of a posted revision evidences acceptance. Please contact us if you have questions or concerns about the Privacy Notice or any objection to any revisions.

Last Update: November 17, 2020