- replace parts of the UCL website or departmental websites. Contact your relevant head of department/division.
- be used for conducting entire blended or online courses., Please use UCL's VLE, Moodle.
- be used for publishing media files, please contact Media Services. Wiki spaces should not replace shared network drives.
- allow the anonymous creation of pages or comments.
11 Making a complaint
If you object to any content within a wiki space, notify the author of the content by e-mail, immediately. Please provide:
If you are not happy about how your complaint is handled, e-mail the owner of the space. If you are still unhappy, . If you are still unhappy, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Objections will be considered and the materials will be removed as necessary.
Space owners and wiki users will not violate, plagiarise, or infringe on the rights of third parties including copyright, trademark, trade secret, privacy, personal, publicity, or proprietary rights. You also agree to post only materials to which you hold copyright or have the appropriate permission to distribute electronically. Space owners have the responsibility to ensure that all content in their spaces complies with the UCL copyright guidelines as laid out on the UCL Learning Technology website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/learningtechnology/legal/copyright. IPR guidelines are here for staff and here for students. Users of the wiki agree to the following statement (displayed on the UCL Wiki homepage) by adding content: "By contributing to this wiki, you are agreeing that your work will be used as UCL sees fit for educational and commercial purposes."
13 Contact Details
The first point of contact for all queries relating to this service is Wiki Support. See Section 8 User Support.