Information Technology Officials Responsibilities
 
Access Limited to Enrolled Students
The University is technically capable of limiting access to any works being digitally transmitted to only those students enrolled in a particular course by encouraging the use of Learning Management System (LMS) and assisting faculty with enabling username and password protection on class websites containing copyrighted materials. For more information
please contact: Jordon.Dierks@uni.edu

Controls on Storage and Dissemination
The University is able to apply technological measures that reasonably prevent recipients from retaining digital works beyond the class session, unauthorized reproduction, and further distribution. Measures include converting protected digital images to portable document file formats, enabling built-in security or permission restriction features such as password protection, enabling no printing, and no content copying. Real Media may be protected from reproduction by enabling the downstream copy protection feature. For further information on copyright protection features, contact Kieth.Kennedy@uni.edu.

Interference with Technological Measures
The University does not interfere with technological measures taken by copyright owners that prevent retention and distribution. For more information: http://www.uni.edu/pres/policies/954.shtml

Retention of Copies
The University will store digital materials on secure servers for a period of time that is relevant to the context of a class session. Access to such materials is limited to those so authorized. For further information, contact
Keith.Kennedy@uni.edu.

 

TEACH Act is supported by UNI's Rod Library, Educational Technology, Continuing Education and
The Office of SponsoredPrograms
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If you have any other questions or concerns please contact the TEACH Act Committee

 

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