Academia Agreement Meaning

If, at our sole discretion, we believe that a member of or Academia Premium or other paid services violates our terms and conditions or acts outside the letter or spirit of our terms, we reserve the right to restrict your access to until any access to is terminated. In this case, the member concerned is not entitled to refunds for part of his subscription payment. Academic integrity is also the importance of what he really feels about being involved in many activities on campus and contributing to the local community. [23] Academia, Inc. («» or «us») offers a social networking service that allows its users, including PhD students and academics, to create university profile pages and connect with other users around the world, including PhD students and academics, with the same research interests (the «services») that are accessible on (the «website»). Please read carefully the terms and conditions below («Conditions») and our Privacy Policy that you will find on and which will be included in these Terms. These conditions govern your access and use of the site, services and collective content (hereafter defined) and constitute a binding legal agreement between you and respects copyright and expects its users to do the same. It is`s responsibility to terminate members or other account holders in appropriate circumstances that repeatedly violate or violate the rights of copyright owners.

For more information, see the copyright directive of under 2.3 All conditions that appear in an order or other document issued by the Customer are invalidated and inoperative, and these terms of sale terminate all previous agreements regarding the provision of products or services between the parties. 13.1 Science, where possible, has the advantage of a warranty or warranty in the event of product defects received by Academia as part of an agreement with the manufacturer or supplier of the product concerned. Academic integrity is the moral code or ethical policy of science. The term was popularized by the late Don McCabe (USA), considered the «grandfather of academic integrity.» [1] Other eminent scientists and supporters are Tracey Bretag (Australia),[2][5][5][6] Cath Ellis (Australia),[7][4] Sarah Elaine Eaton (Canada),[10][10] Thomas Lancaster (UK),[11][12] and Foltének, Thomas (Czech Republic) [13][14] and Tricia Bertram Gallant (USA). [15] Academic integrity supports the establishment of educational values through behaviours such as the prevention of fraud, plagiarism and contractual fraud[12][11][10] and the maintenance of academic standards; Honesty and rigor in research and academic publishing. [16] The academic agreement is valid until 30.11.13 and a new academic agreement should be negotiated before it expires.