E-Mail - method of send and/or receiving communication (letters) from someone in a remote locationWWW - World Wide Web - method of viewing documents (web pages) which contain multimedia elements such as sound, graphics, video and hyperlinks to other web pages.
Telnet - method of connecting to a remote server; such as the Library of Congress, to track Congressional information
FTP - File Transfer Protocol - method of downloading a file or program from a remote server
Gopher - method of viewing files or graphics from a remote server
-maintaining the integrity of the private electronic mail system.
-reporting all violations of security.
-making sure all e-mail received by him/her does not contain pornographic material, inappropriate information, or text-encoded files that are potentially dangerous to the integrity of the hardware on school premises.
Sending e-mail to general audiences is not allowed
Chain mail - a message asking someone to forward it on to multiple users
Real time messaging and on-line chat may only be used with supervision of the instructor
All mail communications must reflect the sender's account ID
Users should not reveal personal information in correspondence with unknown parties.