Silva is Bethel's online content management system. All web content
unless otherwise specified should be created in and published through
Silva content maintainers need to recognize that:
- Using the Bethel
network means to host web content means that the web content represents Bethel just as much as it
does the individual. Content must comply with the Computing Acceptable Use Policy.
Network Ethics, Etiquette, and Legality
All individuals using Bethel's computing equipment and connections must
abide by Bethel's policies regarding ethical and legal use of
resources. This policy is presented in the document Computing Acceptable Use Policy.
of HTML documents are responsible for what they allow others to access
on their pages or through a direct link from one of their pages.
- In general idea
is that silva content represent both the individual and Bethel.
Material needs to conform to the mission of the institution as well as
the interests of the individual.
Silva Content Guidelines
- Direct links to illegal, socially harmful, or pornographic material are not permitted.
images, or sounds which violate Bethel Lifestyle expectations or which
are illegal according to local, state, national, or international laws are not permitted.
may not create pages that contain material copyrighted by someone other
than yourself unless permission has been obtained from the copyright
holder. The original author and copyright holder should be clearly and
fully acknowledged if permission is given. You should even be cautious
about creating links to pages that contain unapproved copyrighted
- Files such as multimedia should not be stored within silva, but
should be placed on a specified media server.