By uploading content to Moodle, you acknowledge and accept responsibility for ensuring that content does not infringe confidentiality, copyright or the intellectual property rights of others (including colleagues)
You agree that you will not upload any material which would breach the School’s Policies or add links to any web pages that host such material.
Users taking part in online course activities (including assignment submission, contributions to discussion forums or online collaborative projects etc.) are prohibited from transmitting any words or pictures which are libellous, insulting, abusive, or would otherwise contravene the Disciplinary Procedure for Students
All work submitted electronically by students should be their own. Copying others work, cheating, collusion, plagiarism, and attempting to obtain unfair assessment advantages are in violation of the School’s Policies.
Moodle courses should reflect current learning provision. Moodle courses may be removed without warning if:
The creator has not accessed the area since it was created;
No resources and/or activities have been added to the course;
The courses has no recent access by students.
Where there is more than one contributor, you must use reasonable endeavours to work together to update Moodle. Please note that the School does not accept any responsibility where changes are made without informing colleagues.
Moodle contains documents created with a variety of software. Where possible we encourage you to upload resources in commonly used formats (such as Portable Document Format) to offer wider compatibility. We cannot support students with problems opening files externally if they are caused by incompatible software and/or hardware.
Many files linked from Moodle (such as videos) are quite large and best viewed over the School network. We cannot guarantee quality of performance or be responsible for connection issues when downloading or streaming these materials externally.
All information and works on Moodle is intended for the benefit of registered students of LSE. As such, LSE reserves the right to restrict third party access to the platform.
The copying, reproduction, circulation and publishing of any information or work that has been uploaded to, or linked from, Moodle is prohibited without the express consent of the owner/s of the information or work, who in most cases will be one or more of LSE, a member of its staff or student body, or a visitor to the School. Without prejudice to any other rights or remedies, the owner/s of any information or work shall be entitled to equitable relief (including without limitation injunctive relief) in any instance of this term being breached.