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d) change any Windows desktop settings
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e) attempt to fix problems on your own Ask for help from the at the front
desk.
11.
Virus Detection and Removal
All FKCC computing facility computers have virus checking software. Please
scan your disks before and after using any FKCC computer. This will help
detect and remove viruses before they can spread.
INTERNET USE
1.
E-Mail
FKCC issues student e-mail addresses to all active students. Use of FKCC
e-mail is subject to bullet three of the FKCC e-mail policy as stated below.
Student E-mail Policy:
E-mail is considered an official method for communicating with FKCC
students. The college expects that e-mail communications will be
received and read by students in a timely fashion. This policy establishes
the college’s expectations that faculty and other staff may routinely
communicate important information to students using the established
FKCC e-mail system.
All students enrolled at FKCC are provided an official FKCC student e-mail
account. Students are expected to check their FKCC e-mail account
on a frequent basis in order to remain informed of course related
communications. It is recommended that students check e-mail accounts
daily. Students are responsible for the consequences of not reading
course-related e-mail communications in a timely fashion.
All use of e-mail will be consistent with other FKCC policies, as previously
stated, and as stated in the FKCC Student Handbook.
2.
Acceptable Content of E-Mail Messages
FKCC does not edit or censor the contents of user’s e-mail messages.
Users alone are responsible for the contents of their messages and the
consequences of any such messages. Users agrees that it will not use FKCC
computing facilities for chain letters, junk mail, “spamming”, solicitations
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commercial or noncommercial), or any use of distribution lists to any
person who has not given specific permission to be included in such a
process. User further agrees not to use FKCC computing facilities to send
any messages or materials that are unlawful, harassing, libelous, abusive,
threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable material
of any kind or nature or that encourages conduct that could constitute
SCHOOL POLICIES