Canvas User Agreement

YOUR CONTENUS – YOUR PRIVIL√ąGERS If you use our service, you provide us with things like your files, content, messages, etc. (“Your content”). Your content is for you. You state that you have all the rights, powers and powers necessary to use the service and share your content, while respecting all applicable laws. These AUP guidelines do not give us any rights to your content, except for the limited rights that allow us to offer the service. We need your permission to do things like host your content, secure it or share it if you ask us to. This permission applies to our trusted third parties with whom we work. You give us and third parties (with whom we work) permission to use, view, host, share and back up your content. By submitting your content, you also allow us to identify you by your username and as a contributor to your content.

Instructure has two conditions of use for Canvas. The terms of use applicable to Emory University and its users are those of the Internet2 Net contract: 5.4 Code of Conduct for Dener. As a condition of use, you agree not to use Instructure`s properties for purposes prohibited by the terms or by applicable law. Do not post content on Instructure properties or on your profile, or allow others who (i) encourage illegal activities, are fraudulent or are illegal; (ii) offend, defame, harass or threaten others; (iii) in violation of copyright or intellectual property or the data protection rights of others; (iv) contains obscene, vulgar, pornographic or defamatory material; (v) damages or imitates others, including other users; or (vi) a product or service is advertised or sold. Do not reproduce the content of your course or other learners unless the explicit rules of the copyright manager (z.B. Creative Commons) are allowed. Do not share task solutions with others unless this is expressly approved by the course leader.

Do not subject others` work as your own work. Respect the privacy of other users. Respect the diversity of opinions and cultures presented by other users. Do not try to take all the potentially harmful actions, which are directed against the properties of Instructure, including, but is not limited to injury or attempt to violate the safety features of instructure properties, introduce similar harmful viruses, worms or codes into the instructure properties, or disrupt or alter the use of instructure properties by other users, hosts or networks, including overload, “flooding,” “spamming,” “e-mail bombardment” or “crashing” properties. If you think someone has violated this code of conduct, first notify the course manager. If the problem is not resolved by the course manager to your satisfaction, contact with your concerns. 5.2 Your content. Your content remains your exclusive property at all times and you accept that you have no rights, property or interest on or in other content that appear on or in Instructure properties. You state that you have all the rights, powers and powers necessary to publish your content in Instructure properties. You agree that Instructure and its competent contractors may host, reproduce, transfer, modify, display and use your content freely (in whole or in part) to the extent that it is reasonably necessary to provide you with the services and, if necessary, in accordance with Instructure`s agreement with your entity.

5.3 Your account. Notwithstanding the opposites contained here, by submitting your content in forums, comments or other domains on or in the instructure properties, you expressly authorize by this that Instructure identifies you by your username as a contributor to your content in any form, media or technology that are now known or developed later in relation to your content.