Institutional Development Committee Minutes January 15, 2010
Members present: Paul Cedarface, Diana Cournoyer, Steve Shangreau, Tiffany Lamont, Sylvia Hollow Horn, Michelle Bruns, Steven Potter, Christopher Noordsy, Christina Janis, Phyllis Swift Hawk, Josie Chase, Donna Red Ear Horse, Phinet Red Owl, Milton Fineran, Loretta Redfeather, Pearl Cottier, Cliff De Long
Chairman Cedarface called the meeting to order at 10:40 AM.
Cliff De Long gave the opening prayer.
Steven Potter moved and Michelle Bruns seconded that the minutes from the previous meeting be approved as submitted. Motion passed unanimously.
Benefits sub-committee. Chairperson Christina Janis stated that there was no new business.
Policy Review sub-committee. Chairman Milton Fineran stated that he was too busy to perform the duties effectively. Milton provided the policies for review by the center directors to Pearl Cottier. Chairman Cedarface stated that he will contact Lenora Hudson regarding the Operations Manuals for the centers and find out where we are at with this
Technology sub-committee. Chairman Cliff De Long reported on content filtering and the acquisition of a new webserver for Jenzabar. He provided a proposed addition to the acceptable use policy written by Dr. Gerald Giraud. Cliff De Long moved that this document be included in Policy as 67-700-3 (new) Prohibited Use of Internet and Computer Resources. Steve Shangreau seconded.
Prohibited Use of Internet and Computer Resources
OLC internet and computer resources are for educational and institutional use. Improper use of OLC internet and computer resources will result in disciplinary action up to and including expulsion in the case of students or termination in the case of employees. Use of these resources for criminal activity will be reported to appropriate authorities for prosecution.
The following uses of OLC internet and computer resources by individuals are examples of improper use:
Viewing or downloading pornography.
Marketing products or services for personal profit.
Hacking or accessing the email or files of another person without their permission.
Hacking or accessing any college network or files for any unauthorized purpose .
Making threats against another person.
Harassment of any person through email or other electronic communication.
Spreading false information or rumors using email, college website, or other electronic communication.
Misrepresenting one’s identity or posing as another in any email or electronic communication.
Allowing anyone unauthorized use of OLC login username or password.
Downloading or sharing copyrighted material without appropriate authorization.
Academic cheating or misrepresentation.
Any other use that disrupts the operations of the college, causes harm to another, damages equipment, compromises the integrity of OLC networks, or threatens the integrity or operation of software or hardware resources.
Oglala Lakota College reserves the right to monitor use of OLC internet and computer resources, and to deny use of these resources for any reason at any time.
Motion passed unanimously.
Michelle Bruns moved for adjournment and Sylvia Hollow Horn provided the second.