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Editorial Policy

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Candy Borland (cborland)
Mon, 18 Dec 1995 19:16:52 -0800


Marvin Bartel asked what is the ArtsEdNet editorial policy about
commercials.

The ArtsEdNet group here at the Getty Center is not prescreening
messages to the ArtsEdNet listserve in any way. Therefore, we can't
edit out messages in advance. If we ever have a problem with
someone repeatedly sending inappropriate mail to the list, we'll
probably discuss it a bit online with everyone to make sure the stuff
is really inappropriate and then ask the person to cease posting to
our list.

Another way to handle this issue would be to have all the discussions
take place on the World Wide Web in an online environment that allows
us to add and display messages by topic. In such an environment, it
should be relatively easy to sort messages into appropriate
categories and make it easier for people to read just the topics they
want. We chose to use email for this first implementation of
ArtsEdNet TALK because more people have email than have access to the
Web.

It would really help me to know who of you does NOT have access to
the World Wide Web now and must depend on electronic mail to
participate in this discussion. Please send me an email if you fall
in this category. I will report on the results to the group. Also if
anyone has comments about using the Web instead of email for online
discussions I would be most interested to hear them.

Thanks for your help.
Candy
_____________________
Candy Borland
Program Officer
Getty Center for Education in the Arts
cborland


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