- MLML Web Services provides:
- external users with information about MLML's education program and research activities;
- employees with resources essential to their activities.
- registered students with programmatic information.
- MLML is committed to ensuring accessibility of its websites, web content, and web applications for people with disabilities. See CSU Section 508 for more details.
- In accordance with California State University policy, all MLML web applications, web content, and websites (defined as any and all sites or pages with mlml.calstate.edu as part of the uniform resource locator) must meet Section 508 requirements by 2012.
- Decisions concerning interface design, graphics, best practices and policies are coordinated by the web committee with input from appropriate administrators and faculty.
- All MLML websites must maintain appropriate and accurate information.
- In order to portray MLML in a consistently recognizable manner, academic and department websites must use the MLML template. All others must be approved by the web committee.
- All tenure track and research faculty are required to maintain a website that accurately reflects current activities of their laboratory. Research affiliates are required to have at least basic information about this program linked from their name on the "Research Affiliate" page. Researchers without affiliate status may have webpages as part of their faculty sponsor's website. These pages may also be linked to from the individual's entry in the directory.
- Any portion of a website that is discovered to compromise security and/or stability will be immediately taken offline until the issue is resolved.
- Planned server outages will be communicated in advance via email and/or voicemail and will be scheduled to minimize disruptions to the MLML community.