Information and Instructional Technology Services
Policies and Procedures
Appropriate Use Guidelines - This policy document describes at a summary level the basic guidelines for appropriate use of technology and covers a broad set of technology topics.
Data Storage Media Disposal
Disconnecting from the Network - Defines circumstances under which, and the procedure to be followed to disconnect a device from the network.
Email - declares the campus e-mail system is an official communication tool for University Business, defines the rules associated with the administration of the email system and defines the appropriate use of _Everyone email distribution lists.
Email Digests FAQ
FERPA Data Safeguarding Power Point Presentation - Outlines the FERPA guidelines which protect student information and provides general instruction for data safeguarding.
Hippa Power Point Presentation - Orientation and information related to proper procedures related to health information
Personnel Files Power Point Presentation- Information on access to your personnel file
Information Assurance - This policy defines the procedures used to ensure the accessibility, confidentiality and integrity of the University's assets, including Information technology (IT) resources such as equipment and processes, are reliable, secure, and used in ways consistent with the campus mission.
Off Campus Booking of Labs
Passwords - Defines specific policy on the creation and standards for passwords that give access to university data and also defines the authority given to the networking staff to endure secure passwords.
Procedure for adding Network Connections
Remote Access (draft)
Response to Subpoenas - Document defines how requests for access to confidential data by legal means such as subpoenas, search warrants, and other official requests will be handled.
Server Deployment Outside the Data Center - This policy is designed ensure that servers on the campus network are licensed and maintained to be secure.
Teach Act Compliance - The University of Wisconsin-Superior has established this website to document our institutional compliance with the TEACH Act. The website also provides students and instructors with required information about copyright and distance learning.
Technology Accessibility - This policy is designed to guide compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act with respect to the implementation of information and instructional technology at UW-Superior.
Web Design- This policy is designed to set a uniform standard for appearance and quality for World Wide Web pages created and maintained by administrative offices at UW-Superior
Web Guidelines - A guide for designing and publishing web pages that are uniform, functional and accessible yet reasonably easy to create and maintain.
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