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Re: University tuition, web pages

Some thoughts on small presses on the Web.  As a faculty member, the
direction of your work can be important to students wishing to study at
your institution.  I would think it would be permissable to show samples
of your work and talk about your philosophy and the direction of your
work.  Any mention that the work was for sale or of price would not be
permissable, though.  University exhibitions could also be posted, but
any place you show that is not on campus or not a University sponsored
event would also not be allowed.  On the other hand, any exhibition
would be in a bio, so perhaps this wouldn't be an issue except where it
was used as a promotion towards selling.

The fact that a faculty memeber does this sort of work could be a draw
for certain students and I think it would be promoting the department in
the University to have this information on the Web.  But any direct
mention in any way that could bring that person money is not compatible
with a non-profit educational institution.

How does this sound to the rest of the list?


Pamela Rups
Instructional Technology Services
2213 Sangren Hall                                 616.387.5016
Western Michigan University                      RUPS@wmich.edu
Kalamazoo, MI  49008


Resolve to be sensitive to the young, compassionate with the
old, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant with the weak,
for sometime in life you will have been all of these.


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