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Computer lab policies including reservations, assistive technology, and help.
Information regarding course or semester withdrawals.
Details regarding course/class attendance
This FAQ is intended to serve as a guide for copyright policies and procedures for University of Montana faculty, staff and students.
Personal routers and hubs are not allowed at the University of Montana.
Email policies for the University of Montana
The University of Montana-Missoula provides telephone services to its faculty and staff for official University business, to students living in University-provided housing for their personal use, and to all University students and the general public as a courtesy while using University facilities.
Details of the creation of emails, email monitors, and rules in the UM Solutions center
Lab reservation policies and procedures. An instructor may reserve a lab for hands-on instruction in an academic class. To reserve a lab, please follow the procedures outlined below.
This policy details the rights of library users to privacy and to open enquiry without examination or scrutiny by others.
The library policy for Course Reserve Materials is derived from the Fair Use provisions of the United States Copyright Act of 1976. The sole purpose of the course reserves is to facilitate the distribution of materials for educational use by students.
No charges are made for the use of PTS circulating equipment when faculty, students or staff request them for state appropriated activities. University affiliated non-state supported activities are charged 50% of rental fees listed in the current Circulating media presentation equipment Rental Schedule for non-University affiliated users. Labor fees are assessed to all users for delivery and/or operator services. Other services such as production and copy services are available on a fee basis
The University of Montana requires that all covered entities within the University of Montana, a hybrid entity as defined by HIPAA, abide by the terms of the standards for privacy of individually identifiable health information (PHI) and the security of electronic protected health information.
Policy for emergency response at the University of Montana
Policy regarding cell phone and other electronic devices and services for the University of Montana.