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Greetings! We have an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for computer/network/internet/etc. use here at Ashland University. This policy addresses appropriate and inappropriate use among students, faculty and staff.  In the past having one policy was sufficient but in working with several faculty groups it is becoming clear that we may be at the point where we need separate policies to cover students and employees.  I would like to hear from other institutions that have separate policies covering students and employees (of other constituent groups) or institutions that have addressed the differing needs and computer usage within one policy.

Thanks
Curtis

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Curtis White
Vice President, Information Technology
Ashland University
www.ashland.edu
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