Face-to-Face and Online Teaching
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As a professional courtesy, please check email every 24 hours.
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Under Arizona’s public records law, Adjunct Faculty are required to use Phoenix College Gmail.
The Email policy is found on this page:
Use of Non-MCCCD Technology:
Under Arizona’s public records law, MCCCD is required to transact business so that its records are accessible and retrievable.
The policy underlying the law is that work done in the name of the public be transparent.
Thus, any member of the public may request public records and, except in a few specific instances, are entitled to get copies of them.
Each individual employee or Governing Board member is responsible for ensuring that MCCCD records that he or she initiates or receives are retained for the period of time required by and disposed of according to mandates established by Arizona State Libaray, Archives and Public Records–the state agency tasked with setting standards for record retention.
Therefore, an employee’s or Governing Board member’s use of non-MCCCD technology resources for communication of any type of MCCCD business is heavily discouraged because those records are less capable of being managed according to MCCCD’s process for ensuring retention, retrieval and disclosure set forth in Administrative Regulation 4.15 “Retrieval, Disclosure and Retention of Records.”
Additionally, an MCCCD employee who receives a communication allegedly from another MCCCD employee using a non-MCCCD e-mail address is not required to respond substantively to that e-mail.
The employee receiving the e-mail is entitled to verify that the sender is whom he or she says that he or she is.
The employee receiving the e-mail may request that the sender provide the information or inquiry set forth in the e-mail via hard-copy form.