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Responsibilities of FSU Web Page Publishers
Responsibilities of Official Web Page Managers
Individual units are responsible for creating and maintaining their own information, responding to inquiries about the information, and updating that information as necessary. To aid in this process, each unit must designate one person as the unit's web page manager.
The unit's designated web page manager should
Remember, the FSU Web Administration team is available to assist and support all official web page managers in building and managing their unit web pages.
Responsibilities of Faculty & Staff Personal Web Page Publishers
Each personal page web publisher is responsible for ensuring that all information provided on his or her web pages is accurate and up-to-date and that no information being distributed via the Web is private, confidential, or detrimental to FSU or the State of Maryland.
FSU employees may not publish information on the World Wide Web that is prohibited by state or federal laws and regulations, or disallowed by FSU policies and agreements, licenses, contracts, or copyrights.
It is also the responsibility of the personal web publishers to coordinate all web development projects with the department web page manager (as appropriate) and with the FSU Web Services Manager.
Responsibilities of Student Web Page Publishers
Student organization and student personal pages must adhere to all FSU policies and specifications. Visit the Web-Related Policies page for more information. In addition, students must adhere to standards of group and personal conduct which are discussed in the Policy Statements Booklet for Students, Faculty and Staff.
Students may not publish information on the World Wide Web that is prohibited by state or federal laws and regulations, or disallowed by FSU policies and agreements, licenses, contracts, or copyrights.