Canvas Network Code of Conduct

Use a single account on Canvas Network and do not provide false information about yourself.

Do not modify the site or access it in a way that causes slowdown or harm to others.

Do not post content that:

  • encourages illegal activities
  • insults, harasses, or threatens others
  • violates copyright or intellectual property secrets
  • contains obscene material
  • harms others
  • advertises or sells a product or service

Do not reproduce content from your course or other students unless allowed by the express copyright terms laid out by the instructor (e.g. Creative Commons).

Do not share the solutions to assignments with others unless this is encouraged by the instructor.

Do not submit the work of others as your own work or engage in activity that will improve or harm the grades of others.

Respect the privacy of other students and instructors.

Respect the diversity of opinions and cultures that will be present in your course.

While Canvas Network does not actively monitor all activity and content in courses, we reserve the right to remove inappropriate content and ban users who violate the Code of Conduct.

If you believe that someone has violated this code of conduct, begin by notifying the instructor of the course. If the issue is not addressed to your satisfaction, contact conduct@canvas.net with your concerns.

This Code of Conduct is in effect as of January 1, 2013. We reserve the right to modify it at any time.