Never post homework questions on your wall.
Although it might be tempting to poll friends for answers online, this practice violates the University of Phoenix Student Code of Conduct. "Academic dishonesty won't be tolerated," explains Libby Bailey, dispute operations manager for University of Phoenix. "The University doesn't take these instances lightly, and consequences are serious."
Instead, Bailey directs students to utilize the Center for Math Excellence and the Center for Writing Excellence. Similarly, she encourages learners to cultivate a community on PhoenixConnectsm, the University's private social media site, where students, alumni and faculty post information.
"Facebook provides a fun social interaction," Bailey says, "but PhoenixConnect will give you a professional academic interaction with not only classmates but also faculty, staff, other professionals, and possibly future employers or co-workers."