Online Conduct

MIT values and expects inclusive and respectful conduct of all Community members–all faculty, staff, undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, fellows, individuals with visitor appointments, affiliates, and any other individual who conducts business with or on behalf of the Institute. The MIT Community that all MIT policies and standards of conduct, including those described in 2019-2020 Mind & Hand BookPolicies and Procedures, and, Academic Integrity at MIT, apply to all online interactions, including classroom instruction, meetings, and one-on-one discussions. While we encourage constructive discussion and collaborative learning, inappropriate language, significant disruptions, and other forms of online harassment are not tolerated, whether they are communicated to all or individual participants. For example, harassing or other inappropriate behavior using the Zoom chat functionality or public or private comments in Slack, will not be tolerated.

If you encounter conduct that does not meet these standards, please contact any of the following campus resources.

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*Formerly “Title IX and Bias Response Office”