The goals of these community guidelines are to assist and foster respectable civic discourse , to help maintain friendships and connections formed while participating in the Sage Community. This is also to build strong and mutually beneficial ties between all communities and to promote goodwill, stimulate interest and enhance involvement with our institution through increased opportunities for engagement.
In order to meet the goals of this community, it’s important for members to feel like they are in a safe place that is populated by people with varying positions. As such, we request that you read and adhere to the guidelines that follow.
Treat others online as you would treat them in real life
Be tolerant towards other’s viewpoints; respectfully disagree when opinions do not align
Provide articles and studies to substantiate positions
Respect the privacy and personal information of others (NO DOXING)
Communicate with courtesy and respect
Please do not:
Make personal attacks on other community members
Use defamatory remarks or make false statements against others
Post prejudiced comments or
Bully or make inflammatory remarks to other community members
Use messaging responsibly. These tools are intended to keep the Sage Community in touch with one another, to help facilitate networking and to promote common interests. Some examples might include:
Inviting local area alumni to a networking event or to join a local runners club
Helping to coordinate a class reunion
Reaching out to individual Sages for advice, to reconnect or develop a community related initiative
We will take action when we see someone violating these guidelines. Sometimes that just means giving someone a warning; other times it means revoking certain privileges or accounts entirely. We request that all community members report behavior that violates our guidelines to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By logging onto the community and activating your profile, you are considered to be in agreement with the terms and conditions listed above.