The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to set out the standards expected of all CPEE students with respect to conduct including responsible and ethical behaviour.
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CPEE values freedom of speech and expression in the delivery and study of its academic programs. Within that setting students enrolling in CPEE Units and Programs have an obligation to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the CPEE’s function as a respected higher educational institution. Conduct includes use of the CPEE Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle. Students must comply with all relevant CPEE policies and procedures.
Academic Misconduct - Honesty in Academic Work.
Students must undertake their academic work with integrity and honesty, avoiding fraud, plagiarism, and cheating.
- Fraud is using another person’s identifiers, such as name, identity documents and passwords or submitting false information.
- Plagiarism is defined as misrepresenting someone else’s work as one’s own.
- Cheating is the use of prohibited assistance in the performance of assignments and/or examinations verbally or in writing.
CPEE is committed to fostering an online learning environment free of discrimination, harassment, victimisation or bullying. Any unwelcome conduct or which denigrates based on race, colour, religion, gender, nationality, ethnicity, age, handicap, or sexual orientation will not be tolerated. Complaints related to any of the preceding will be promptly and carefully investigated under the CPEE Policies and Procedures.
Student must only access CPEE Units and Program for lawful purposes and abide by the Policies and Procedures published by the CPEE and agree to be subject to disciplinary actions as described in the CPEE Policies and Procedures. CPEE students must:
- Respect the privacy of staff, members of a class and other students and communicate with courtesy and consideration, verbally, in writing, in person and online. Online includes email and social media.
- Only use CPEE property, facilities and resources responsibly, in accordance with relevant policies. Resources include information and communications technology.
- Provide accurate personal details to the CPEE as required. They must maintain the currency of those details and read and respond as required to all official CPEE correspondence. Email is the default CPEE official means of correspondence.
- Follow reasonable directions from CPEE academic and professional staff.