Online Communications Policy
2.0 Conditions of Use
The World Wide Web is an Internet-based tool that uses standards for document presentation, graphical software and distributed computers to display and link images, text, motion and sound from resources in disparate locations throughout the world. These features, plus its ease of use, make the World Wide Web (WWW) an increasingly popular publishing and distribution medium for the LSU campus and for scientists, students, clinicians, and researchers worldwide.
LSU provides WWW servers, communication networks, and workstations to support and promote the mission of the University: teaching, research, and public service. These guidelines, policies, and laws emphasize the public nature of the Web and the responsibility of publishers and users. At the same time the university recognizes and supports the First Amendment rights of its students, staff, and faculty.
Page last updated:
September 24, 2009