Policies and Regulations
Information on regulations and policies which govern the way IS services works.
University Computing Acceptable Use Policy
The University of Edinburgh has adopted this Acceptable Use Policy to cover the use of all its computing and network facilities by staff, students and any other persons authorised to use them. This Policy supersedes all previous versions of the University Computing Regulations
These Regulations govern the use of all University of Edinburgh Library facilities and resources by staff, students and anyone else authorised to use them.
This section contains policies and practices related to information security.
In this section you will find the major policies of a general nature which guide or govern the way Information Services (IS) works.
Research Publications & Copyright Policy (2021)
This policy supersedes and updates the first University of Edinburgh Research Publications Policy passed by University Court in 2010.
Research Data Management Policy
The purpose of the policy is to make clear the responsibilities of the University and its researchers for managing research data well, in order to adhere to accepted good practice, advance the University Strategy 2030 and the Open Research Roadmap, and to provide linkages to other relevant university policies.
This policy helps everyone to interact effectively with the University's information services.
The University is legally obliged to bring the information in this section to your attention.
Special Collections and Museums Policies
The University of Edinburgh has been collecting and maintaining culturally and scientifically significant objects, samples and artefacts in a number of fields for over 400 years, and is now home to ten distinct collections and the Talbot Rice Gallery.