Routine Maintenance Window

Every Wednesday from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., Ozarka's Department of Information Systems performs routine maintenance on server, telephone, and network equipment. During this Maintenance Window, services provided by Ozarka such as myOzarka, e-mail, web a ... Read More »


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Password guidelines and instructions for changing passwords

Password Choice Requirements At a minimum, passwords shall be changed every 90 days. Passwords shall be at least eight characters in length and be a mixture of alpha and non-alpha characters User passwords shall not be reused within six pass ... Read More »


What to do when you go over quota on your Exchange Account

What to do when you go over quota on your Exchange account (Outlook 2002, 2003, and 2007) An error message such as "your mailbox is over its size limit" indicates that you have exceeded your Exchange server quota. Exchange accounts at Ozarka Co ... Read More »


How do I remove stored passwords from my web browser?

Below are instructions for removing saved passwords from various browsers: Internet Explorer In Internet Explorer, go to Tools - Internet Options - Content - Personal Information - AutoComplete. Make sure AutoComplete is not enabled for "Forms" ... Read More »


Protect your password

Never share your password with anyone, not even a relative or colleague. If another person has your password, they can, for all computer purposes, be you. This extends far beyond simply reading your email. At Ozarka College, this would include sending em ... Read More »


Reporting Copyright Infringements

Ozarka has designated an agent to receive notifications of alleged copyright infringement in the Ozarka.edu and AATYC.org domains. If you believe your copyrighted work is being infringed on a Ozarka site, please notify the Director of Information System ... Read More »


Face-To-Face Teaching Exemption

Section 110 of the 1984 Copyright Act does provide a specific exemption to the licensing of what is clearly a public performance and what is face-to-face teaching. To qualify for the exemption, the showing must occur in a face-to-face teaching situation ... Read More »


What are Public Performances?

What are "Public Performances?" Suppose you invite a few personal friends over for a dinner and a movie. You purchase or rent a copy of a movie from the local video store and view the film in your home that night. Have you violated the copyri ... Read More »


Guidelines for Movie Viewing on Campus

As college departments and organizations move forward, we are compelled to remind campus members about the legal and acceptable uses of Video Tape/DVD and showing movies for the public. Video Tapes and DVDs that are available for purchase, rented from ma ... Read More »






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