These guidelines were prepared to serve as a checklist for publications (print and web) originating from the Office of Academic Programs, the Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension to assure that information is consistently communicated accurately, professionally, and to the widest audience. Each step will not be applicable to every situation. Video and CD-ROM procedures are addressed elsewhere.
Copyright laws apply to all materials found on the Web just as they do for other traditional materials (textbooks, magazines, etc.). Once a web document has been placed on the Web, its content and images are copyrighted. Absence of a printed copyright notice does NOT mean that the document is not copyrighted. Particularly because web documents are available to the entire world, unless you place them in a password protected directory, you need to be careful in your own web materials that you are not using someone else's materials without their permission.
Special Instructions for the Cotton Report
The use of networked devices has become a part of everyday life within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the University of Arizona (UA), and the sharing of sensitive data is commonplace. Securing these devices is necessary to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of university resources. As users of these devices, it is important for everyone to understand and contribute to the overall security of the University of Arizona network. For clarification regarding any of this policy, please contact the department system administrator, network manager or other technical support.
This document sets forth the guidelines for using wireless technologies for data connectivity and identifiesresponsibilities for the deployment of wireless connectivity services and the administration of the wireless radio spectrum.
Policy for obtaining a Virtual Domain on the web server.