Our OSU Web Community on Microsoft Teams is a good resource for people looking to connect with web people around the university, share announcements, events and tips, and generally to improve our working day.
Because of its popularity, governance, expectations, and community values should be articulated. Not because bad behavior is rampant, but to set expectations for a safe, fun environment and to provide a clear path in the case something happens. Thanks to the Vox Product Code of Conduct for providing a CoC roadmap.
Please contact one of the OSU Web Community administrators if you have a question or an issue that you would like to discuss. You can contact us directly through Teams or by email.
Microsoft Teams requires an ONID in order to join an OSU-affiliated Team.
Membership to the OSU Web Community is open to any employee (faculty, staff, courtesy) of Oregon State University or an associated group of Oregon State University (such as a foundation or nonprofit) who has an interest in communicating better on the Internet.
Right now students of Oregon State University are allowed to join on a case-by-case basis.
Employees who are also students are welcome to join.
The OSU Web Community is a safe, fun place for all of our members, and we want to keep it that way. Respect, sharing, and teamwork are values we believe in, and that should be applied across the OSU Web Community.
The OSU Web Community admins can revoke the membership of any member, at any time. Admins will contact that member and explain why he or she is losing membership.
Have fun, and use the community in whatever way works for you. Make fun of products – Banner – but don’t make fun of people.
Have a question? Direct message or email any of the OSU Web Community admins.