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Old February 21st, 2010, 04:17 PM   #1

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Maintaining Integrity in the Homework Help Section

Over the last week or so, the homework help section has seen a rise in traffic. While this is fantastic news for Historum, it also means that we have had a number of posts where no evidence of work from the poster has been displayed and more members providing answers without proof of work. To ensure our integrity as a legitimate homework help site, the moderators have created a new response to this particular situation. Posters who fail to meet the criteria of the homework help section will receive this response:

[Name], welcome to the forum.

As much as we would all very much like to help you with your homework, I must point out that we have some criterea that you yourself must meet and would ask that you read these guidelines:


If you can meet the requisite criteria, I'm sure you'll find that there are numerous members here who are willing and more than capable of helping you.

I would also add, for the benefit of members ready to respond, that help supplied prior to your having met the requisite criterea will be arbitrarily deleted.

Thank you, ...

Remember, we are trying to maintain our integrity as a site that aids in learning. If you see this response to a post, please allow the poster the time to provide evidence of their work. Once that evidence is present, then any member may provide aid to the poster. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.


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