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Web page publishing policy: Developing taxonomy for private higher education settings based on current practice

Author(s): Veronica F. McGowan

Journal: Webology
ISSN 1735-188X

Volume: 8;
Issue: 2;
Start page: a89;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Web page publishing policy | Web hosting | Taxonomies | Categorization

Web page publishing has expanded rapidly in higher educational settings as administrative, faculty, staff, and student users lobby for server space. Increasingly, web publishing policies are needed to help maintain an institutional brand and insure that civil rights are not violated. Institutions that publish or host individual web pages must grabble with issues concerning web page ownership as well as style and content compliance. An analysis of the Web publishing policies of 59 Pennsylvanian private colleges yielded results which are presented in this paper as taxonomy for web site publishing policies for higher educational institutions.
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