Terms and conditions
1 - Compliance
All users with an authorised account must comply with this policy. Failure to do so will result in immediate cancellation of their account and denial of access to UniSA External Moodle. Conduct that constitutes a possible breach of law will be referred to the appropriate authority for investigation. The University will give that authority all reasonable assistance requested, including disclosing personal data which may be held by the University.
2 - Authorised Accounts
In order to participate fully in UniSA External Moodle course sites you must register for a user account which authorises your personal access to eligible External Moodle course sites. You will be required to provide information including your name, an email address and a user password. You must never share access or divulge access information for your user account with a third party. All information provided by you must be accurate and current.
3 - Code of Conduct
Users of UniSA External Moodle course sites must not transmit information or material that:
- contains discriminating or sexually harassing content
- is profane, pornographic, obscene, indecent or unlawful
- defames, harasses, threatens or intimidates others
- infringes another's intellectual property
- is advertising or any form of commercial solicitation
- is related to partisan political activities
- contains unsolicited personal opinions on social, political, religious matters, where sending such opinions is not a legitimate part of undertaking a course
- discusses illegal activities with the intent to commit them
- contains intentionally inaccurate information or that is posted with the intent of misleading others.
Users of UniSA External Moodle course sites must not:
- use, or attempt to use, another person's logon credentials without authorisation
- use another's identity or conceal or misrepresent their name or affiliation or address.
4 - Content use
The University of South Australia is the copyright owner of all material presented on UniSA External Moodle course sites.
Copyright law restricts the copying of material subject to copyright (documents, music, broadcasts, videos etc.) except with the express permission of the copyright owner.
Refer to the Copyright at UniSA webpage.
Unless indicated as being in the public domain, all content on UniSA External Moodle course sites is protected by Australian and foreign copyright laws. Unless otherwise stated, the resources, texts, assessments, quizzes, videos, images and other instructional material provided are for the personal use of enrolled users in connection with courses they are undertaking.
Certain reference documents, digital textbooks, articles and other information presented on course sites are used with the permission of third parties and may be subject to rules and conditions, which will be identified with the material. By using External Moodle course sites you agree to abide by all third party rules and conditions.
You must retain all copyright and other notices on content you obtain from course sites. All rights in the site and its content, if not expressly granted, are reserved.
5 - Malicious behaviour
Users of UniSA External Moodle course sites must not transmit information or material that is, or contains, chain letters, viruses, Trojan horses, worms, time bombs, corrupted files, malware, spyware or any other similar software that may damage the operation of another's computer or property.
External Moodle sites must not be used in any manner intended to damage, disable, overburden or impair any UniSA server or network. Attempts must not be made to gain unauthorized access to course sites, other accounts, computer systems or networks connected to UniSA through hacking, password mining or any other means. Users must not obtain or attempt to obtain any materials or information stored on sites, servers or associated computers through any means not intentionally made available through UniSA External Moodle.
6 - Reporting non-compliance
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