Below you will find a list of policies, procedures, guidelines and position papers governing UCC's digital estate. You must familiarise yourself with all of these policies and procedures before taking over the management of any portion of UCC's digital estate.
|Apps Position Paper||This document outlines the official position of the digital estate working group with regards to the development of mobile apps for university use.||Approved|
|Branding Interim Guidelines||This provides branding guidelines for members of the university community.||Approved (Interim)|
|Digital Estate Governance Policy||The purpose of this document is to ensure that members of the UCC community who carry out work on UCC websites or Social Media profiles are aware of their responsibilities in regards to content creation and university best practice guides.||Approved|
This set of guidelines is intended to inform the UCC ‘preferred panel of suppliers’ of the film production process within the university.
|iTunes U Guidelines||These guidelines outline the content upload procedure for academic and non academic content to UCC's iTunes U platform.||Approved|
|Language Style Guide||The purpose of this document is to show members of the UCC community how to write effectively for an online audience.||Approved|
|Metadata ChecklistMetadata Checklist (281kB)||This document outlines how to apply metadata to your UCC digital assets.||Draft|
|Social Media Policy||This document is designed to help and protect the UCC community by setting out the responsibilities of staff and students in using social media platforms (such as Facebook and Twitter). The policy is applicable to all who use, update or maintain social media accounts via university infrastructure and services.||Approved|
|Social Media Official Accounts||The purpose of the document is to inform a member of the UCC community on how to establish and use an official university social media account.||Approved|
|Social Media Other Accounts||This procedure outlines the steps required in order to establish and use a UCC organisational unit social media account.||Approved|
|Social Media Notice and Takedown||This procedure explains how the university will remove content deemed unacceptable by the university from its websites and social media accounts||Approved|
|Website Style Guide (draft)||This document outlines how to apply UCC's brand guidelines and visual identity to webpages.||Draft|
|Website Procedure (final draft)||The purpose of this document is to outline the steps required in order to establish and maintain a UCC organisational unit website.||Draft|