Welcome To Online Learning at EdTech4u!
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Showing Respect and Appreciating Cultural Diversity in a Digital World
When writing your messages, please use the same courtesy that you would show when speaking face-to-face with someone.
Insults, personal attacks, sarcasm, and inappropriate language will not be tolerated. It is okay to disagree strongly about someone's opinions, ideas, or facts; but it should always be carried out with respect for the other person. Please make sure capital letters are off as this is interpreted as shouting.
Administrators and facilitators reserve the right to monitor the content and remove any objectionable material at any time. In extreme cases, participants that have shown disrespect will be un-enrolled from EdTech4u
We are here to collaborate, work together, and look out for each other just like we would do in the offline world. Please email us if you feel that any participant on EdTech4u has used inappropriate behavior, or language in the forums, chats, wikis, emails, or instant messages.
What is Copyright?
Copyright of the study material and all other content of EdTech4u Moodle workshops and courses are controlled by the management team at EdTech4u
Participants are permitted to view, copy, and print documents within EdTech4u workshops/courses if they agree to using the material:
- As followed by Educational Fair Use or Creative Commons policies to protect your creativity; but do not use another person’s works without the permission of the original author or owner.
- Do not to publish any work created or found by any participant outside the Moodle on blogs, websites, wikis, Face Book, twitter or any other discussion groups without the permission of the original author, or owner.
- Do not modify the documents or graphics in any form or manner.
- Do not copy or distribute images or cite the content outside the course without the permission of the original author or owner.
The EdTech4u courses are designed as protected environments where the participants learn together and from each other. The participants agree to respect the Moodle course as a protected space. This means that all information exchanged on the platform remains within the course. If one participant wishes to use information authored by other participants outside the course, s/he must obtain the author’s permission prior to doing so.