If so, could you please e-mail it to me or put the URL in the comments section?
I realize that this request might have gotten all caught up in my lengthy post the other day where I spoke about the case of Dr. Doug Bremner at Emory University.
Bora Zivkovic noted that a reader had sent him a draft proposal from a “Big Research Institution” in April 2009 and they had a nice discussion on his blog. Among the unrealistic provisions of that policy was that the institution reserved the right to the intellectual property of faculty blog content.
However, I’ve not received any other input from the multitude of you who are at academic and/or research institutions around the world (yes, my friends, I can see your IP addresses! – but I don’t use them for any other reason than feeding my medium-sized ego).
My attempts at Googling for, “university policy on blogging social media,” have brought back largely irrelevant returns with the exception of result #16: my post from Monday. I also don’t easily find such information at The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Personally, I don’t use my real name here (though it’s easy to find) nor my academic affiliation since I have operated Terra Sigillata for almost four years as a hobby. It might be nice to use my real name – maybe even promote my university, too. But heck, the Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has his own blog – surely there are institutional blogging policies out there.