All websites maintained by Marketing Communications are managed by a client-designated site owner. This site owner is responsible for overseeing the administration of the website and for requesting the permissions to be granted by Marketing Communications to any additional site editors. Most of the time, the site owner is the communications team in your School, College or administrative unit.
We will not create accounts for departmental duckIDs, each account must be tied to an individual's agreement to the terms and conditions.
SITE OWNERS must request access for additional site editors by completing the Site Access Request Form:
Before a site editor is given permissions for a website managed by Marketing Communications, the site editor must agree to these terms and conditions:
Follow all University of Oregon policies. Pay particular attention to the following:
Follow the Acceptable Use of Computing Resources Policy.
Follow the Information Asset Classification & Management, which classifies all university data and defines the roles and responsibilities of data trustees, data stewards, data custodians, and data consumers.
All websites must be accessible and meet the standards required for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 (Level AA) compliance. Follow the UO's Accessibility Policy and visit the Digital Accessibility website for more information.
Follow the brand standards outlined in the UO Style Guide.
Follow the Drupal and user best practices outlined on this website.
The site maintenance window is from 8 p.m. to midnight on the third Wednesday of each month. Do not work or make edits on your site during this maintenance window. Exceptions can be made if arrangements are made with Marketing Communications by the Monday prior to maintenance. Contact us if arrangements need to be made.
Failure to comply with these terms and conditions will be the responsibility of the office, division, school, college, or department of the website. This includes data breaches related to FERPA data as FERPA data is not allowed to be collected on sites managed by Marketing Communications. For more information regarding data breaches see the Data Security Incident Response Policy.
It is the responsibility of the site owner to notify the Digital Strategy and Communications team when editing permissions to a website for a site editor should be removed.
Due to how Drupal handers site users, anyone who has had their editing permissions removed will still be listed on the site's user list but will not have any ability to edit content.