KCALL Web Site Management Policy
The KCALL web site is designed as an information tool for the organization. Its purpose is to promote the image of† librarians as highly skilled professionals and to provide educational materials to a global audience. Secondary purposes include the provision of information and current awareness notices to KCALL members, prospective members and the local Bar.
In keeping with its
mission, the KCALL web site should contain, at a minimum, digital versions of
the organizationís brochure, the organization bylaws, the names of the
Executive Board members, and appropriate contact numbers and addresses.
Relevant pathfinders, bibliographies and articles should be solicited from the
membership and posted as deemed appropriate by the Technology Committee and the
Other content may include organization information, such as committee lists, meeting minutes, membership lists, program announcements, and class and meeting notices.† This Website will not be used for commercial purposes.
Content Approval Process
The Technology Committee will be authorized to approve all content for placement on the Web site.† If anyone has questions or concerns, the Technology Committee can seek advice from the Executive Board.† The Committee will notify the Executive Board of changes.
The Technology Committee is charged with the responsibility for the KCALL Web site administration, content generation, production and presentation. It is to report to the Executive Board as requested by the President.
The members of the Technology Committee will assume responsibility for the administration and maintenance of the Web site. The Committee is authorized to solicit and train other members to assist in the process of document markup and image generation.
The Technology Committee will establish a regular cycle for the review and updating of all KCALL Web site content. This review should occur in the two-week period preceeding each regularly scheduled membership meeting.
*The Treasurer shall e-mail membership updates to the Technology as received.
*The Secretary shall e-mail draft versions of the Executive Board and Membership meeting minutes to the Technology Committee two weeks after each meeting.† Upon approval, the final version of the meeting minutes will be posted within two weeks.
*The President shall e-mail Executive Board or Committee changes to the Technology Committee as needed.
*Membership news may be sent to the Technology Committee
from the members of KCALL.
*All information for the Web site should be sent in text format or in a Word document to email@example.com.
The Technology Committee Chair will provide status reports to the Executive Board or general membership at the request of the President.
The following disclaimer shall be placed on the home page of the Web site:
KCALL is a professional organization and is not authorized to provide legal advice in any circumstance nor will it attempt to do so at the request of anyone.† The organization and its members reserve the right to refuse any request for assistance deemed inappropriate.† The information on this Web site is proprietary and not for dissemination beyond its membership.