Rights and Responsibilities of SLAC Web Authors
The Web is a graceful and powerful Internet tool for accessing and manipulating
information around the world. The SLAC part of the Web introduces people everywhere to
the Laboratory and provides a rich resource for working members of the community. As a new
author creating official SLAC pages, you need to learn about your basic rights
and responsibilities regarding the Web.
Rights of Web Authors
- Support from your Web
- Access to evaluated Web tools supported by local expertise.
- Statistics on usage and broken links.
Responsibilities of Web Authors
- To ensure that the Web page(s) you author are accurate and useful.
- To familiarize yourself with the policies on Privacy and
Confidentiality and on Security.
- To work with your Web
Support Coordinator to:
- Determine how your page fits into the group, department, division, and Lab Web space.
- Agree on address, space, and platform issues for both your prototype and the finished
- Find out about the procedures for testing, installation, and maintenance.
- Learn the required and recommended page elements for the Lab, as well as
any for your division and group or department.
See the SLAC WWW Support
page for a summary of links to policy and procedure pages, "how to" documents,
and who can help.
Pat Kreitz, Joan Winters
11 Feb 2006 by McDunn