CODES OF CONDUCT
'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you'
Codes of conduct are in essence really quite simple and should reflect the subtitle above. The Physics Law of 'Cause and Effect' also applies to human behaviour. 'You reap what you sow!
SeTs is a higher-education site and community, so we do expect higher standards of conduct in order to create and preserve a learned and pleasant commúnity for all our members. The forums are divided into two types, public discussion forums, and private study groups.
The Study Groups are generally private and the content and media shared there is for those groups and their members alone, This is so that all may feel free to share without reservations.
The Discussion Forums are for study group members to intermingle with public visitors (site members) and hence are not so tightly restricted for sharing elsewhere. These require you YOU to have more care about what you share there.
Remember, ALWAYS READ the specific group's rule of conduct before you post or share any content.
For more tips and detailed guidelines on what we at SeTs expect from our members, please 'READ MORE'
Community Guidelines and Tips
To make sure using this forum is a great experience for everyone, please follow these tips:
Everyone has a right to their ideas and opinions. It is how you present and communicate them that we all have to pay careful attention to.
Stay on topic
Try to keep posts relevant to the theme of the forum.
Check for duplicate content
Someone might have already created a post similar to yours, or answered your question.
Copyright infringement and trademark
When sharing other people’s posts, images, and other content, do not infringe on their copyright or claim other people’s materials as your own. Remember, SeTs reserves all Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and copyrights on all and any of the programmes, content and materials it creates and presents on this site, in the associated coaching and learning management systems, or in live teaching and coaching sessions.
The Rule of the 7 Seas
And, remember, this is an education and training site for considered and considerate conversation, not Twitter for Twittering Twits!
At all times, as you navigate and sail around this site, observe the 'Rule of the 7C's':
- Courteous & Congenial
- Current (Relevant and Topical)
- Correct (evidence & justifications)
The 7 C's provide a checklist for all your posts and comments to ensure they are adequately considered before hitting the hotsend button. If you do make a controversial statement, you must be prepared to discuss and defend it in an appropriate manner.
As always, keep it on topic, and leave comments on posts.
Thanks for being a part of this community and sharing your voice.