To protect children and youth present on ISU property and in compliance with Iowa law, ISU has adopted the following policies which will impact virtually everyone on campus in some way:
For additional information, see Youth and Children at ISU
The Office of the CIO has been developing a set of policies that will help ISU in efforts to protect university information. The following three policies were recently adopted, replacing the former IT Security policy and the Code of Computer Ethics and Acceptable Use:
A fourth policy, Data Classification, is new and still in the development and review process. These four university policies are a subset of a number of IT security policies, standards, and supporting documents. A diagram showing a hierarchical organization structure of the various IT security documents is available at www.it.iastate.edu/policies/policystructure.
Please submit your comments and questions regarding draft policies to email@example.com or use the Feedback button above.
Revisions to this policy apply the new Youth Activities policy to recognized student organizations, their membership and their activities. In addition, the draft includes updates to conform the SORP to requirements of the Trademark Licensing Office, the Campus Organizations Accounting Office and the Student Activities Center.
The comment period for this draft policy revision ended on May 10, 2013.
A new policy on software ownership and management has been proposed. The policy was requested by the Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer to enable better management of software developed on campus. Under the policy developers of software will generally have ownership rights. The exceptions are for code developed under an agreement (including a sponsored arrangement), works developed for administrative purposes and works for which the University has provided substantial support. [more...]
The comment period for the Copyright Ownership and Management of Software draft policy ended on May 30.