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    An introduction to Moodle video tutorial

    Faculty Support - Includes contact information for ND and CCM Administrative Assistants.

    NCNM Online Intellectual Property and Copyright Statement

    It is NCNM's policy that students retain copyright ownership for their contributions to online and/or hybrid courses that use Moodle or any other online course vehicle as a tool for classroom participation. This includes but is not limited to: essays, term papers, discussions, reports and notes. Student contributed materials are for the students’ personal learning purposes and professional reference, only, and cannot be redistributed in any format.

    NCNM reserves the right to archive technology mediated course materials (Moodle courses, for example) and preserve the contributions of NCNM students. To this end, all Moodle course materials shall be archived at the end of the school term and shall not be redistributed in any format. It is expected that students will agree to the practice of archiving their contributions to Moodle courses when they have signed and agreed to the Honor Code.

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