Coe ePortfolios

Terms and Conditions

By using Coe College's ePortfolio, you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions given below.

ePortfolio will occasionally be unavailable for short periods of time as we release new system features. We will endeavour to provide at least 3 working days notice of any scheduled outage.

You are encouraged to report objectionable material or inappropriate behaviour to Academic Computing immediately. We will ensure the matter is investigated in a timely manner.

Site Administrators may access your portfolio and its contents at anytime, however they will avoid doing so unless specifically required to support your use of ePortfolio or as per these Terms and Conditions.

You must not use your portfolio to store or display offensive material. If the Site Administrator receives report of any objectionable material within your portfolio, your account will be suspended and your access to ePortfolio frozen pending an investigation in accordance to the Coe College Student Handbook Policy.

The Coe College Student Handbook defines inappropriate behavior as:

- Resources accessed from Coe College via college equipment are a part of the resources available at Coe College and are subject to all regulations that apply to local resources.  This means that such activities as unauthorized access, and attempted unauthorized access, of remote

resources, forwarding chain mail off-campus, and harassment of individuals via network e-mail are expressly prohibited.  In addition, users of Coe resources have an obligation to comply with all rules instituted by the owners of the resources assessed, and Internet users must follow the policies promulgated by organizations responsible for regulating network traffic; violation of any of these policies constitutes violation of Coe College policy.


It is the responsibility of individual users to become familiar with, and to remain current concerning, policies governing computer resource use at Coe as these policies are published on the Coe Computer Network, and notification of policies via the computer network constitutes adequate promulgation of regulations governing computer use.  Additionally, copies of documents regulating the use of computer resources will be kept on reserve in the library.  Policies regulating specific labs will be posted in those labs.

Any unsolicited contact you receive as a result of personal information you have publicly released via your portfolio is your responsibility, however any misconduct in behavior from users of the system should be reported to Academic Computing immediately.