POLICY ON APPROPRIATE USE OF COMPUTER RESOURCES
What can you do?
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Note: While NWU respects the privacy of e-mail messages, liability concerns may require the University to access any e-mail on its system.
Pertinent selections of the Policies for Nebraska Wesleyan's Presence on the World Wide Web
4d. Personal pages:
All individuals having personal pages on any University web server must complete a web questionnaire form and submit it to University Relations, who is responsible for approving links to the Wesleyan home page.
ii. Student personal pages: Student pages created for academic, job-search or post-graduate school purposes, which are sponsored by an academic or administrative department, may be linked to the Nebraska Wesleyan web site. The department chair/director, or designee, is responsible for approving the content of these pages.
5. Disclaimer statement for personal pages:
a. Disclaimer statement: Nebraska Wesleyan University, in support of the opportunity for the creative expression and promotion of diversity afforded by individual publication on the Internet, allows and encourages the creation of personal pages by appropriate members of its community The authors of these pages are, however. solely responsible for the views and material presented therein, and comments or concerns should be directed to the author(s).
b. Location of the disclaimer statement: Full text of the University's disclaimer statement or a link to the University's disclaimer statement must be visible upon entry to each personal page (4~d.)
6. Removal of Pages/Links
The University Relations Office is responsible for monitoring Nebraska Wesleyan's web site. Linked pages with content that violates the University's policies and/or federal and state laws will be removed.
Approval by the Board of Governors, May 2, 1997