A Survey of the AACSB Universities’ Policies on Software Copying

A Survey of the AACSB Universities’ Policies on Software Copying

Susan Athey (Colorado State University, USA)
Copyright: © 1990 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/joeuc.1990040103
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Abstract

Eighty-four survey responses are analyzed to determine what, if any, software copying policies are in effect at the AACSB institutions and how users (both students and faculty) are informed of these polices. Approximately 15% of the respondents have no policies about software copying. The methods of enforcing the policies, if any, are also analyzed as well as determining who is responsible for setting the policies and what actions are taken when the policy is broken. A significant difference in actions against students versus faculty was found. Current methods employed to prevent software copying by universities are analyzed with the most popular method the use of human lab monitors to watch users, followed by network file servers for software.

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