Code of Conduct

WalkMe Digital Adoption Institute Code of Conduct

As a WalkMe Digital Adoption Institute participant, you are joining a community of diverse individuals from various backgrounds. As a result, there are basic ground rules to ensure a healthy learning environment for all participants.

  • Be Respectful
    • Treat all fellow participants and instructors with respect
    • Open discussions and debates of ideas are welcome and encouraged as long as no person is being personally attacked
    • Disruptive behavior, willful non-compliance, insulting or abusive words, persistent defiance of the instructors, or violating the rights of other participants will be grounds for dismissal
    • Harassment of fellow participants or instructors will result in immediate termination
    • Maintain a harassment-free community for everyone, regardless of gender, including but not limited to gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, religion, and professional background.
  • Be Professional
    • Engage in discussion and debates without interrupting or cutting off others
    • Do not use profanity, discriminatory, or defamatory language in discussions or within coursework
  • Share Appropriate Content
    • Content that violates the Terms of Service or Honor Code (as outlined below) will not be tolerated
    • Do not publicly post confidential or copyrighted information

Honor Code

A participant’s commitment to academic integrity shows respect for their instructors, the work of their peers, and their own work. In order to uphold WalkMe Digital Adoption Institute’s academic integrity, all participants must adhere to the honor code.


Plagiarism is not accepted at WalkMe Digital Adoption Institute. Plagiarism is defined as the unauthorized use of any words, thoughts, ideas or materials of another individual without giving credit.

All participant work (exams, projects, etc.) must be his/her own. If any part of an assignment is identified as plagiarism, the participant may lose credit, be dismissed from the course, and the Certification may be revoked.


Dishonesty, such as theft or the unlawful taking of property from the rightful owner will be cause for termination.

Knowingly publishing false information, including misrepresentation of oneself or an organization is a violation of WalkMe Digital Adoption Institute’s Honor Code.


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