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When taking classes at Anne Arundel Community College, students produce a variety of academic work such as writing assignments, reports, projects, presentations and portfolios. All academic work is treated with respect and privacy. The college recognizes the importance of protecting access to such work by those not entitled to observe it. The college, however, may share students' work within the AACC academic community, without identifying the producer, for the sole purposes of assessing student learning as a group; students' work samples, if submitted for assessment, will not include any type of personal identification such as a student's name, Social Security number or other identifying medium. Aggregate student assessment findings/conclusions, such as the results for a specific course, degree or certificate program, without any student identifying information, may be shared with agencies that require AACC to report on student learning.