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Audio/Video Recording

Audio/Video Recording Policy

Emory Continuing Education may record online class sessions for quality assurance purposes. Recordings are not posted publicly or used in any commercial way.

Students are not permitted to record (either via audio* or video) any Emory Continuing Education educational event without the prior express, written authorization of Emory Continuing Education. Furthermore, audio or video recording of classes, meetings, phone calls, conversations, or of any content involving others is prohibited unless prior consent of all parties involved is obtained. Violation of this rule may be deemed a violation of the Student Conduct Code, and improper use of any curricular material, including recordings, may constitute infringement of intellectual property rights.

 * Audio recording, for the purpose of transcription, may be permissible as an accessibility accommodation.

IT Conditions of Use

Computers, networks, and software applications are powerful tools that can facilitate Emory’s core missions in teaching, learning, research, and service. Access and utilization of these tools is a privilege to which all University faculty, staff, students, and authorized guests are entitled.

General Principles

  • Emory’s information technology (IT) resources are provided for uses consistent with the University’s missions of teaching, learning, research, and service or for related administrative support.
  • The use of Emory’s IT resources must be consistent with other University policies, government regulations and laws.
  • IT resources are not to be used for private financial gain or for supporting non-Emory related businesses.
  • Users of Emory IT resources are expected to read and abide by all relevant IT policies and standards and to complete any prescribed IT security training.
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Information Security Requirements

Users of Emory’s IT resources may not:

  • Share their passwords or other access credentials;
  • Attempt to hack, bypass, or violate security controls or conduct unauthorized testing of IT resources for security vulnerabilities;
  • Access, modify, or share sensitive data or information obtained from any of Emory’s systems without appropriate authorization;
  • Use access credentials issued to other individuals or attempt to impersonate another individual in order to access IT resources.

Users of Emory IT resources must:

  • Implement reasonable and appropriate safeguards to protect sensitive or critical information that they create or maintain;
  • Dispose of sensitive information in a secure manner (e.g. shredding, physical destruction, disk wiping)
  • Report any IT security incidents or security policy violations;
  • Cooperate with authorized IT security investigations;
  • Cooperate with authorized requests to discontinue activities that threaten the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of IT resources.
  • Return all institutional data and IT resources to Emory upon termination of employment and securely delete all institutional data from personally owned devices/media.


Users of Emory’s IT resources may not use those resources for any unethical or illegal purpose, including but not limited to the following:

  • Viewing or distributing or inappropriate content, including but not limited to anything that violates any applicable Emory policy and/or state and/or federal law, regulation, or policy;
  • Violating copyrights or license agreements for any type of intellectual property (e.g. software, music, audio/video recordings, photographs, illustrations, documents, media files, e-journals, ebooks, databases). View the Emory Libraries website for more information on University guidelines for copyright and fair use);
  • Harassing other members of the Emory community;
  • Destroying or stealing equipment, software, or data belonging to others;
  • Intentionally damaging or destroying the confidentiality or integrity of IT resources or disrupting their availability;
  • Monitoring or disrupting the communications of others.

Username and Password

New Students

Anyone wishing to start studies with Emory Continuing Education can create an account by clicking the "Create Account" button below.

Your username to access our registration system will be the email address you enter upon creating your account.

Please store your user name and password where you can locate it for future logon to the site. Creating a new profile each time you log on creates multiple records and will make it difficult to access your academic history.

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Existing/Returning Students

Your personal email address (or the one you use most often) is likely to be your username for our site. To reset your password, click the "Reset Password" button below.

If you were registered for courses by someone else (i.e., an employer, parent, or spouse), you may not be set up to access your information online. You can resolve this by click the "Contact Enrollment Services" button below.

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Duo is a two-factor authentication system that Emory is implementing on multiple services to increase security. Some ECE students will receive emails about Duo once a sponsored account is created for them to participate in select courses and programs.

ECE encourages sponsored account students to complete the enrollment process in Duo, as that is the only way to stop communications about it—short of canceling account sponsorship, which may affect a student’s ability to participate in ECE courses and programs.

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