For additional information on copyright and intellectual property, see: . For additional information on research compliance and integrity see: Violation of this policy will be considered a violation of the COPHS Professional Conduct code. Such a Code violation will result in appropriate sanctions by the College’s Academic and Professional Affairs Committee. COMPUTER POLICY, SKILLS AND COMPETENCY:All COPHS students must adhere to the computer use policies outlined under “Computer Procedures and Guidelines” in the “University Computing” section of the Butler University Student Handbook. Students in this course are expected to read and to abide by these policies. If you have any concerns, call the Help Desk at 4357. It is the policy of this course that in order to fulfil the requirements of the course, students need to demonstrate use of and proficiency of computers. This includes access to and use of the Internet, e-mail, Canvas®, ExamSoft®, MS-Word®and MS-Excel®as well as others outlined in the course syllabus. RESPECTFUL INTERACTIONS:Respect is demonstrated by being considerate, courteous and professional, and by maintaining confidentiality of patient information. While participating in any university-related activities (e.g., coursework, rotations, volunteer work, etc.), it is expected that all persons affiliated with COPHS or taking courses offered by COPHS will act in a manner that is guided by a respect for students, staff, faculty, patients and health care practitioners who may have differences that include (but are not limited to) the following: • Religious beliefs and practices• Socioeconomic status • Ethnicity/Language • Racial background • Age • Nontraditional medical beliefs and practices • Sexual orientation • Physical/emotional disabilities
Page 11 of 12• Intellectual capabilities • Gender/Gender identityCOPHS will not tolerate incivility by any member of the College community. Examples of incivility include rude, sarcastic, obscene, disruptive or disrespectful behavior, threats, or damage to property. Students exhibiting uncivil behavior will be reported to the Academic and Professional Affairs Committee for possible disciplinary action. RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS.Butler University respects all students’ right to religious observance and will reasonably accommodate students’ religious practice with regard to class attendance, examinations, and assignments when requests are made in a timely manner. Butler University recommends that each class should have a syllabus that provides a schedule of activities for the class. It is the student’s responsibility to inform instructors of course conflicts resulting from religious observations at least two weeks in advance of the observance, so that accommodations can be made. Requests must be made in writing, and the student should include a proposed alternative due date, examination date, or make-up outline.
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