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Instructions for Taking the Electronic Community Citizenship Examination


*What is ECCE?

Everyone who uses the University's computing and information resources must conduct his or her computing activities in accordance with the University's Policy for Responsible Computing.

To show that they understand this policy, all students must take a brief, on-line test, the Electronic Community Citizenship Examination (ECCE), prior to activating their computer accounts. Students must read the Responsible Use of the Campus Network - A Student Handbook before taking ECCE.


*What if I fail ECCE?

If you get a question wrong, ECCE tells you what the right answer is and provides a short explanation. If you missed only one or two questions, feel free to take the examination again. If you missed several questions, study the Responsible Use of the Campus Network - A Student Handbook before you try again.


For More Information:

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Responsible Use of the Campus Network - A Student Handbook

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Responsible Computing - A Manual for Staff

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Recommended Guidelines

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Faculty Handbook

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Student Guide to University Policies

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)University Policy Manual

Related Policies

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Policy 1-14 Responsible Computing

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Policy 1-15 Information Security

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Policy 1-16 Employee Use of Computing Resources for Home Pages

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Policy 1-18 Electronic Mail Management and Retention

limeGreen12.gif (947 bytes)Policy 1-19 Policy for Employees' Use of E-Communication


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