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KSC also limits broadcast emails by restricting content and publisher that can post- link to policy here -----Original Message----- From: The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv [] On Behalf Of CIO automatic digest system Sent: Sunday, September 30, 2012 12:00 AM To: Subject: CIO Digest - 28 Sep 2012 to 29 Sep 2012 (#2012-239) There is 1 message totaling 270 lines in this issue. Topics of the day: 1. Mass email ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2012 23:33:25 -0400 From: "Matthews, Rick" Subject: Re: Mass email --e89a8ffba9d7cf0c7904cae2f495 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Here is a link to our broadcast email guidelines: Key components: Broadcast emails are allowed for - Emergency and crisis situations. - Weather-related closings and delays. - Crimes, or a series of crimes, that threaten public safety. - Deaths of faculty members, staff and students and memorials/funerals scheduled, as well as campus services for retired/former faculty and staff when requested by family. - Significant changes in traffic, vehicular access and parking. - Disruptive situations related to University facilities. - Other pressing situations deemed necessary to communicate by broadcast e-mail by the Associate Vice President for Communications and External Relations (or designate). In addition, deans and VPs can email their immediate constituencies: - The Provost may send broadcast e-mails to faculty, staff and students. - The Dean of any School may send broadcast e-mails to faculty, staff and students in their particular Schools. - Vice Presidents may send broadcast e-mails to any faculty, staff or students for whom they have immediate responsibility. They have the authority to approve broadcast e-mails be sent by department heads they directly supervise. Rick -- Rick Matthews Associate Provost for Technology & Information Systems Wake Forest University