This University Policy is revised to add two new sections: “Authorization” and “Appropriate Uses,” in addition to adding a list of activities that constitute violations of the policy. The new section on Authorization sets forth the function of the user ID and password. The section on Appropriate Uses provides a list of examples of uses of computing and network resources that the University encourages. The Policy provides specific examples of policy violations to assist users in identifying inappropriate uses.
This new University Policy sets standards for responsible use of the University website, web page format, accessibility, links to non-University websites, use of the University name and registered marks on the University website, hosting of websites for external entities, University data, and individual web pages on the University website.
This new University Policy is intended to ensure secure and reliable network access and performance for the University community. It addresses Internet addressing and domain services, network connections, internal services, network security, monitoring and auditing. The Policy also sets forth enforcement procedures and provides for the Chancellor to appoint a Network Security Committee to review the Policy on a regular basis and to ensure that it may be fairly interpreted and enforced.
The purpose of this new University Policy is to ensure the appropriate use of the University’s email systems by its students, faculty, and staff. It addresses personal use of email, limitations on the use of email, archiving email, official University email communications, and user responsibilities.
The title of this University Policy is revised to add the words “Access and,” which more precisely describes the purpose of the policy. The policy is simplified and clarified by removing references to “Owners” and assigning all such responsibilities to either Users or Custodians.
This University Policy is revised to add provisions related to copying software, complying with software license agreements, and monitoring of software inventory on University computers.
This University Policy revision includes the requirement that the President of the University of North Carolina has the authority to make all decisions concerning non-salary compensation to be provided to the Chancellor.
Revisions to this University Policy deal specifically with the death of international and ELTI students, include distance-education students, and add additional follow-up activities to be coordinated by the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs.
Major revisions to this University Policy update information about local resource agencies, eliminate the responsibilities of the Substance Abuse Prevention Committee, and correct minor grammatical errors.
This update clarifies where public bodies should file official copies of minutes and general accounts of closed session meetings.