NTNU's IT-regulations apply
Use of Innsida is covered by:
- NTNU's ICT-regulations
- Guidelines for visibility of personal data in NTNU's open systems (Norsk, pdf).
Innsida specific information
All students and employees have a profile page in Innsida.
- Students and PhD students: Student profiles are only visible for other university users who are logged into Innsida. If you have registered your preference (via Studentweb) indicating that you do not wish not to appear in NTNUs intranet search results the information in your Innsida profile will be hidden from other NTNU users as well.
- Employees: A public version of your employee profile is visible to the public. You control how detailed your profile will be beyond the contact information, publications and organizational information available from other NTNU systems. Only PhD Fellows (stipendiater) who receive their financing directly from NTNU are automatically classified as employees; while PhD Fellows from partner institutions are treated as phd-students. Student assistants (stud.ass. and vit.ass.) will be treated as students.
- Guests, interns, and affiliated users
If you ave an NTNU user account and are able to access Innsida as a guest, affiliate or a contractor, your contact details and internal profile page will be available via intranet search for logged-in NTNU users.
Relevant and factual: Comments in Innsida should be relevant and constructive. Offensive comments and photos, including profile photos may be deleted by an administrator.
Visible: When you comment on a post in Innsida, your comments will always include your name and a thumbnail photo from your profile page. As is standard on most web sites, if you comment on a page or post that is publicly visible, your comment and your name will also be publicly visible.
Your standard Innsida start page, your subscriptions, are not accessible to other users. Any personal tabs you have created in Innsida can be considered ”personal”. Nevertheless, NTNU reserves the right to remove or disable page elements that cause system instability or which pose a security risk, including:
- External RSS-feeds in Innsida's internal messaging service
- Apps, iframes and widgets added to "personal tabs"
- Brukervilkår - Innsida 2.0
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