doMore Community Guidelines
The doMore community is a fun and open place for teachers, experts and learners to collaborate, share ideas, and learn new things. As you're sharing, please remember that all posted conversations are public. If you need to contact doMore privately, just give us a shout at email@example.com.
Rules of the Road
In order to have a vibrant and healthy community, we've set a few basic guidelines to keep everyone happy:
- Be nice to each other. No name-calling, threatening anyone with bodily harm, or harassment. Also, hate speech (racial slurs, bigotry, etc.) is NOT cool at doMore.
- Respect each other's privacy. Please don't post anyone's else's personal info (e.g. full names, email addresses, phone numbers, or addresses).
- Avoid "flaming" or "calling out." We welcome constructive comments and healthy debate, but please don't discuss a specific person (either by name or with identifiable hints) in a negative way.
- Keep the community forums sales pitch-free. While doMore itself is a marketplace, promotion or advertisement from outside services, websites or other products is not allowed in the community spaces.
Review Removal Policy
There are a few cases in which we may remove a review. If it falls into any of these categories, we'll more than likely consider tossing it out:
- Vulgarity and inappropriate language. While we welcome constructive criticism, there's no need to bash an instructor or class. Let's be real but friendly about it.
- Irrelevance. Write a review that's informative and insightful for the specific instructor or class to help others get the honest, inside scoop. No spam please
- Plagiarism. Don't take a review or testimonial from another person and use it as your own. We laud originality around here.
- Privacy violation. Including personal information or messages including email addresses, URLs, phone numbers and postal addresses is NOT cool at doMore.
- Unlawful content. Content determined by doMore to be illegal or to violate any federal, state, or local law or regulation or the rights of any other person or entity will definitely get the boot
An important thing to remember here is that as someone being reviewed you will always have the ability to write a response to a review. Provide your own personal feedback and insight on what was written about you or your class. If you believe a reviewer has violated one of the above guidelines, contact us and we'd be happy to take a look at the problem.
doMore reserves the right to remove posted information that violates our terms and policies and, if necessary, suspend the offending account.