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Protocol for Unprofessional or Questionable Posts in the LoudCloud Classroom. LoudCloud features are different than Angel features. You come across an unprofessional or questionable post in the LoudCloud Classroom . What do you do?.

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Protocol for Unprofessional or Questionable Posts in the LoudCloud Classroom


  • LoudCloud features are different than Angel features.

  • You come across an unprofessional or questionable post in the LoudCloudClassroom. What do you do?


  • There is a 2-step process to hide the post from the class and actually “report” this post to the Faculty Specialist team at GCU.

  • The “Report Abuse” Feature is the first step in this process.


Important!

  • The “Report Abuse” Feature does not “report” anything to anybody.

  • Faculty will utilize this feature:

    1) As a precursor to submitting a ticket with the Faculty Specialist team.

    2) To hide any questionable posts from the classroom


  • After choosing the “Report Abuse” option, select the appropriate Abuse Type, and fill in any relevant details prior to submitting.


  • After submitting, the instructor must choose the “Hide Post” option to remove this post from the students’ view.


  • Once this post is hidden from the class view, please open a ticket with the Faculty Specialist team immediately by clicking on the following link http://fsi.gcu.edu/.


  • For instructions on submitting a Faculty Specialist ticket, please refer to the Online Faculty Policy Manual (Participation, Engagement, and Facilitation section, p.10).

  • To contact a member of the Faculty Specialist team directly, please call 602.639.7204.


  • Thanks for providing our students with a safe and positive learning environment!


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