Indiana University's IT Policies Coming to Knowledge Network

Patrick Avery

Indiana's University Information Policy Office has uploaded its Appropriate Use of Information Technology Resources Policy to the Knowledge Network. Students, teachers and alumni take advantage of IU's IT resources on a regular basis. To protect these assets, IU has created a policy office to create and uphold strong policies regarding technology and other university areas. The university and its constituents expect that information technology resources at IU will be used in a lawful manner. This policy applies to all users of IU IT resources regardless of affiliation, and irrespective of whether those resources are accessed from on-campus or off-campus locations.


More Indiana University information technology policies are making their way to the Knowledge Network, so stay tuned. Looking at these policies is a great way for other universities, organizations and businesses to see what proper IT policies look like. You can then take the policy templates and tailor them for your own use.


Here are some technology policies provided by Abilene Christian University:


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