Code of conduct for teachers and students in ICT supported education

ICT tools such as e-mail, Internet and virtual learning environments not only provide new possibilities and opportunities, but also new manners and behaviour. It is therefore necessary to establish guidelines. The current Code of Conduct primarily represents the set of expectations that both teachers and students of Leiden University are likely to have. The term e-resources is used throughout the code to refer to any type of educational information or data offered through e-mail, the learning platform Blackboard or directly on the web. Note that this code exclusively deals with online education.

Code of Conduct for TEACHERS

  1. Agreement on goals and assignments
  2. Facilities and standards
  3. Course information
Code of Conduct for STUDENTS
  1. Notes

    Code of Conduct for teachers and students in ICT supported education

Last Modified: 24-08-2011