For campus review - Revised Acceptable Use of Computer Systems and Facilities Policy

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The Advisory Council for Information Services (ACIS) is releasing a revised information technology and services policy for campus review. See the revised "Acceptable Use of Computer Systems and Facilities Policy" at

Please forward comments on this draft document to Tim Foley at by December 15, 2016.

Note: current ACIS policies can be viewed at:

About ACIS

ACIS works with Library and Technology Services (LTS) and other campus committees to develop policies relating to various information technologies and services.
Current members of ACIS include Professors Scott Gordon, College of Arts and Science; Jeff Heflin, College of Engineering and Applied Science; Arnold Spokane, College of Education; David Zhang, College of Business and Economics; Denise Blew, Office of Finance and Administration; Timothy Foley, Library and Technology Services; Steven Wilson, Office of the Registrar; Henry Zheng, Office of Institutional Research; Thomas Chaves, Office of Development & Alumni Relations; and Bruce Taggart (ex-officio), Vice Provost for Library and Technology Services. See for more information about this committee.

How policies are developed

The process for policy development begins with ACIS receiving drafts of policy issues from various LTS Advisory Committees (see the organization chart at The draft policies are reviewed by ACIS and refined collaboratively with LTS before being circulated to the campus for an open comment period. After the campus comment period, the ACIS Committee considers all campus input and a final draft policy is forwarded to the Provost for review and approval. Once approved, the policy is posted to the LTS web site on the “About” page.

If you have any questions, contact Timothy J. Foley, Director, Client Computing & Library Services at or 610-758-3997.