This paper presents the results of an Internet survey of university Information Technology (IT) managers on the use/abuse of IT resources by a university’s students. The survey sought data on university size, public/private organization, whether there were policies in place on acceptable use of IT resources, possible student use and actions, and finally how IT resources were monitored if they were monitored. Results revealed that most universities had policies on the proper use of IT resources but were very unlikely to monitor use/abuse of IT resources mainly due to a lack of personnel. Some potential abuses were identified and respondents were asked what actions might be taken with respect to such abuse.
Speers, Jimmy D.
"Monitoring Students and Enforcing Information Technology use Policies in Universities,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 2:
3, Article 18.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/aij/vol2/iss3/18
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