WHAT IS THE STUDENT CHARTER?

The JCU Student Charter (JCU, 2014) is a consideration of rights and responsibilities for all students and staff, during their involvement with the JCU community.

Student Charter: https://www.jcu.edu.au/students/support/student-charter

Student Charter Checklist

Use this checklist as you engage with the Student Charter.

Click the Start Quiz button below to begin the Student Charter Checklist.


STUDENT CONDUCT POLICY

The Student Conduct Policy is JCU’s own policy that outlines the principles that are expected of JCU students, in both the physical classroom as well as the digital classroom.

The Student Conduct Policy (JCU, 2015b) establishes a standard by which you conduct yourself to- wards others and in your approach to your professional studies.

At the heart of the Policy is the principle that students must not engage in any conduct that impairs the reasonable free- dom of other persons to pursue their studies, research, duties or lawful activities in the University or to participate in the life of the University (JCU, 2015).

Student Conduct Policy: https://www.jcu.edu.au/policy/student-services/student-conduct-policy

(JCU, 2015b, 2015c, 2015d)

Student Conduct Policies Checklist

Use this checklist as you engage with the Student Conduct policies

Click the Start Quiz button below to begin the Student Conduct Checklist.


JCU Information Communication Technology Acceptable Use Policy

The JCU Information Communication Technology Acceptable Use Policy (JCU, 2014)

Web 2.0 tools, such as, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram and even JCU, set out expected behaviours for digital citizens using their technology platforms.

These expected behaviours are generally communicated in terms of service or acceptable use agreements. It is important to be aware that, even if a service is provided at no cost, people using the service cannot to anything they want on it.

Policy: https://www.jcu.edu.au/policy/information-and-communications-technology/information-communication-technology-acceptable-use-policy

 

References

  • James Cook University Australia. (2014). Information Communication Technology Acceptable Use Policy: James Cook University
  • James Cook University Australia. (2014). Student Charter: James Cook University Australia.
  • James Cook University Australia. (2015c). Student Conduct Policy: James Cook University
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