Amberton University - Distance Learning

Code of Conduct

Amberton University policy states that electronic communications conducted in the course of a class are “public” communications in the same way that classroom exchanges are public. Your instructor and other students are bound by the same principles of respect, professionalism, and concern, as you would find in any interaction in one of the University’s classrooms or offices. If you feel that these principles have been compromised in some way, please discuss your concern directly with your instructor. If this does not result in a satisfactory resolution, please refer to the University’s appeal procedure as stated in the Amberton University catalog. Also, all students and employees are expected to read and to follow the Amberton University Technology Usage Policy .
 
 
 
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