The following terms of use apply to all areas of Baptist Health College Little Rock's (BHCLR) Moodle site and connected services. These terms are in addition to all other BHCLR policies. Failure to comply with the Terms of Use will result in corrective action as outlined in the BHSLR Student Handbook.

All students attending BHCLR are allowed access to Moodle in accordance with these terms. Access may be restricted or removed due to misuse.

*The services offered on Moodle are subject to change without notice.

Terms of Use
When using Moodle and its connecting services, users must...
• Respect the rights of others.
• Remember to logout at the end of each session.
• Comply with The United States Copyright Act (Title 17, U.S. Code)

The following are not permitted at any time...

• The creation, display, production, storage, circulation or transmission of pornographic or other offensive material in any form or medium. (Including sending, posting or displaying offensive images, language or any other type of offensive content including the bullying, harassment or intimidation of others.)
• Users must not create, store or transmit:
o Defamatory or slanderous material
o Material that infringes copyright
o Unsolicited commercial or advertising material
• Intentionally providing or submitting false information.
• Intentionally restricting network traffic with high bandwidth use.
• Flooding forums and other services unnecessarily or with inappropriate content/material.
• Editing or modifying any element of BHSLR's Moodle site without permission.
• Using others' passwords or log-in identities.
• Deliberately introducing any virus, worm, Trojan horse or any other harmful software or files, or deliberately circumventing any precautions taken by BHCLR to prevent this from happening.
• Using any service for commercial purposes or profit.
• Using any service for political purposes.
• Using any service inappropriately.
• Copying any code, software or content provided without permission.
• Providing access to non-BHSLR students without permission.
• Violating copyright laws, data protection laws and computer misuse laws.

Last modified: Thursday, July 9, 2015, 2:30 PM