Digital Media Guidelines For Faculty/Staff
BCCC recognizes the importance of using technology to enhance and support instruction. In order for the College to remain relevant, to foster innovation, and to teach with 21st Century skills in mind, we must adhere to appropriate guidelines to encourage the use of emerging technology. Digital publications must support the mission of the college and be consistent with printed policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Web Guide Policies
Those employees wishing to develop a webpage for their department or division will need to adhere to the Digital Media Guidelines for Faculty/Staff located on this page. For assistance with or questions regarding the college's website contact Tricia Woolard for further information and procedures.
Photo Release Information
By submitting a photo to Beaufort County Community College, the submitter grants to BCCC and its representatives a non-exlucsive, royalty-free, worldwide license to reproduce and distribute the submitted work as part of promotional materials created by and for BCCC. This license allows BCCC to incorporate the submitted materials, at its discretion, into promotional texts, videos and other formats. By making this submission, the submitter represents and warrants that the submitted materials are original. The submitter futher agrees to indemnify and hold harmless BCCC and its representatives from any costs, damages, losses and expenses incurred by BCCC as a result of any third party claim, suit, judgement, settlement or cause of action alleging the infringement, violation or misappropriation of any intellectural property right or alleging libel, slander or defamation related to the social media content.
Social Media at BCCC
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Social Media Sites
Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) maintains an official presence on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Blogger to support BCCC in accomplishing its mission and achieving its goals and objectives. These sites are subject to college procedures policies and guidlines.
In an effort to maintain a positive environment for BCCC's website visitors, BCCC reserves the right to remove or block posts, users, or any content from official college-sponsored pages. Users are to comply with the social website's term of service.
Remember all comments and postings are subject to NC Public Record Laws and may be disclosed to third parties upon request. Please read the BCCC Digital Media Guidelines . If you are interested in setting up a social media page contact Tricia Woolard at email@example.com or call 252-940-6312.
Digital Media Guidelines for Students
The following types of content are prohibited from Beaufort Coounty Community College social networking sites:
- Derogatory language or demeaning statements about or threats to any third party;
- Lewd, indecent, or incriminating images or information depicting hazing, sexual harassment, vandalism, stalking, underage drinking, illegal drug use, or any other inappropriate behavior or inappropriate language;
- Content that violates local, state or federal law;
- Online gambling;
- Content that harasses any third party or personal attacks of any kind;
- Selling goods or services for personal financial profit;
- Comments or posts that are unrelated to BCCC;
- Infringement on copyrights or trademarks; and/or
- Offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, religious, or other group of people.
These guidelines are subject to change without notice. If you have any questions or concerns about a post or comment, please contact Tricia Woolard, Coordinator of Media Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a sanctioned student club or organization wishes to create a social media web page, the faculty advisor must follow the procedures outlined on this page under Digital Media Guidelines for Faculty/Staff.