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University of Suffolk and the Learning Network Users Guide: How our site uses cookies


University of Suffolk Website Cookie Information

Like most websites, we use cookies to enhance the way our website functions. A cookie is a small text file that is stored locally on your computer.

Further information about cookies, including how to disable or delete them, can be found at Please note that disabling cookies may prevent our website from functioning correctly in your browser. 

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • Logging anonymous website access statistics.
  • Session tracking
  • Providing accessibility tools.
  • Advertising through Google

Further details about each of the cookies are available.

We also use Adobe Flash and the JWPlayer media player software for playing some video and audio files. This software may store some additional data on your computer known as a Local Shared Object (LSO) or 'Flash cookie'. The purpose of this is to store player settings (such as volume). Adobe's website offers tools to control Flash cookies on your computer.

YouTube Content 

Our website has a number of embedded videos that are externally hosted on YouTube. We include these on our pages using the standard embed mechanisms provided by YouTube. The embedded player may set cookies once you click on it and may also set a Flash Locally Shared Object as soon as the page loads.

As these cookies/LSO are set by YouTube, we have no direct control over their usage. For further information please read YouTube's privacy policy.