NOTE: This page provides the appropriate information and disclaimers for many widely used academic technology tools at Baylor. Faculty are encouraged to cut-and-paste these passages into their syllabi as needed.
Baylor University does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in any of its education or employment programs and activities, and it does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex or gender. This policy prohibits sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, stalking, intimate partner violence, and retaliation (collectively referred to as prohibited conduct). For more information on how to report or to learn more about our policy and process, please visit https://www.baylor.edu/titleix or call the Title IX Office at (254) 710-8454.
The Announcements section of Canvas will be used to post general messages, reminders, and other pertinent course information that is relevant to all students. In addition to receiving notifications of new announcements upon logging on to Canvas, all students are required to enable real-time (i.e. ASAP) notifications for course Announcements to their respective Baylor University email address. Specific instructions for modifying Canvas notification preferences can be found at https://www.baylor.edu/canvas/doc.php/228284.pdf.
LockDown Browser is a custom web browser that locks down the testing environment within online courses in Blackboard or Canvas. You will be unable to print, copy, or access other websites and applications. When an assessment is started, you are locked into the browser until you submit the assessment for grading. LockDown Browser is available for both Windows and Mac.
LockDown Browser can be downloaded by students at the Respondus Website.
Understand that all work submitted to turnitin.com will be added to its database of papers. Further understand that if the results of such a review support an allegation of academic dishonesty, the course work in question as well as any supporting materials may be submitted to the Honor Council for investigation and further action.