You must agree to our online code of conduct in relation to acceptable use of this Learning Management System and any courses within it.
This agreement applies to everyone accessing the Department of Education's Moodle site.
The use of this Learning Management System website is a privilege which may be revoked by the Department of Education at any time and for any reason. Appropriate reasons for revoking privileges include but is not limited to:
Viewing, accessing, sending or forwarding material that is of questionable ethics and morality, such as material which is designed to excite sexual desire or material depicting sexual activity
Viewing, accessing, sending or forwarding material which is more than likely to demean or offend employees on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, or other personal attributes
Viewing, accessing, sending or forwarding material that promotes activity that is illegal in Australia
Communicating harassing, intimidating, offensive, or other material that may give rise to civil or criminal liability
Using ICT services in a manner that will result in personal or financial gain, including the soliciting or selling of personal goods or services
Subscribing to ICT services without approval from the officer who has financial responsibility for the cost incurred
Sending or forwarding SPAM or junk mail, unverified virus alerts, or chain letters; Attempting to modify or remove ICT resources without proper authorisation
Attempting to test or defeat any security safeguards established to protect systems and information unless authorised to do so
Bypassing or attempting to bypass assigned resource limits, logon procedures or privileges
Accessing or using ICT services, including another person’s e-mail, Internet or telephone account, or information without proper authorisation
Interfering with the access rights of others, either by technical means or by obtaining access codes or passwords of others
Initiating or being party to any malicious activity directed towards internal or external ICT services
Connecting any privately owned workstation or other network device to the NT Government network without appropriate authorisation
Violating any copyright or software licence agreement; and
Disclosing or removing third-party proprietary information.