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Copyright
FERPA
Harassment
IT Compliance 

 

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. CWC Employees are required to complete FERPA training annually. For more information, contact Registration & Records (Main Hall 103, 307-855-2115. 

Copyright

Ownership of a copyrighted work includes the right to control the use of that work. Use of such work by others during the term of the copyright requires either permission from the author or reliance on the doctrine of fair use. Failure to do one or the other will expose the user to a claim of copyright infringement for which the law provides remedies including payment of money damages to the copyright owner. Copyright has become increasingly complicated in the classroom. Please review this resource guide to keep yourself current. For more information, contact the Library Staff at (307) 855-2332. 

Resource guide: Copyright at CWC

Harassment

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination under Section 703 of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the Wyoming Fair Employment Practices Act. Central Wyoming College is opposed to any and all forms of sexual harassment, exploitation, or intimidation, which is prohibited both by law and by college policy. Employees are required to complete an annual sexual harassment awareness training. For more information, contact the CWC Human Resources Office at  (307) 855-2112. 

Informational Technology Information

The use of CWC computers requires compliance with college computing policies. You will be asked to sign a compliance form annually.  Questions may be directed to the Chief Information Officer at 307-855-2196. 

"Use of CWC e-mail and Internet access for amusement, personal communications and/or non-CWC purposes is strongly discouraged. Although occasional personal or non-College use may be allowed, any use that adversely affects other users, that interferes with the efficient and effective operation of the system or the appropriate discharge of college duties, or that violates any local, state, or federal laws or regulations or college policies and procedures may result in disciplinary action. The College absolutely will not tolerate any form of destructive or harmful e-mail or Internet use, including but not limited to harassment, vandalism, pornography or obscenity. Use of the College electronic communications system for personal business with the intent to profit is strictly prohibited. Non-compliance may result in a warning, written reprimand, loss of system privileges, or other disciplinary action as recommended by the IT Director and the employee’s supervisor and approved by the appropriate dean or next level supervisor."