The University of Lynchburg computing and electronic communication facilities and services are owned by the University and intended for teaching, educational, research, and administrative purposes. Access to these facilities is a privilege granted to the University’s faculty, staff, students, alumni, and guests. Fundamental to the use of these facilities is the respect for the rights and privacy of all users. By using the University’s computing and electronic communications facilities and services, University faculty, staff, students, alumni, and guests agree that they will follow this policy, and will cooperate with the University in implementing this policy.
Certain responsibilities and possible liabilities go with this privilege, and understanding them is important for all computer users. This policy strives to balance the user’s ability to benefit from these computing resources and the University’s responsibility to maintain the computing and electronic communications facilities and to assure that its institutional policies are in compliance.
The purpose of the Technology Usage Policy is to promote the efficient, ethical, and lawful use of the University of Lynchburg computer and network resources.
The Technology Usage Policy includes information about the following:
- Guidelines for responsible use.
- Privacy, enforcement, and sanctions.
- Copyright information.
- File sharing.