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Digication - Help

There are a variety of resources available to support your use of Digication. Comprehensive Support Documentation is available on the Digication Helpdesk website.

Related Policies

  • ​The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA): As a condition of using this service, all users must comply with applicable law, including FERPA laws. For more information about FERPA and fair use, please visit the Office of the Registrar's FERPA webpage. Digication account owners may be held personally responsible and liable for unauthorized use. There is inherent risk that user provided information could be inadvertently disclosed to others and therefore this service is not recommended for materials containing confidential or private information.​
  • Accessibility Policy and Standards: As a part of CU Boulder's Accessibility Initiative, and in adherence to the CU Boulder ICT Accessibility Policy and Standards ePortfolios must be created in accordance with the accessibility standards. Review the Accessibility Policy and Standards on the Accessibility website. For details about the accessibility of the Digication Application, visit the Digication Accessibility page.
  • Copyright: The University is legally required to establish policy stating that faculty, staff, students, and community members must obey all state and federal laws respecting the copyrights and trademarks of others. The University of Colorado Boulder encourages the Fair Use of copyrighted materials in support of its academic and research mission, and strives to provide clear guidance to faculty, students, and staff who wish to use copyrighted materials in their teaching and research.
  • Guidelines for Storing Documents in the Cloud: This documentation provides guidance on how to determine if a Cloud Service meets the security and data governance requirements for appropriately managing CU Boulder documents.
  • Open Access and Sharing Policies: CU Scholar, the university’s institutional repository, is a platform for preserving and providing public, open access to the research activities of members of the CU Boulder community. In compliance with the Campus Open Access Policy, faculty should share appropriate versions of their published peer-reviewed articles and conference proceedings via CU Scholar. All current CU Boulder faculty, staff, and students may submit works that meet the CU Scholar content policy. Please visit the CU Scholar Terms of Use page for more information about the policies. CU Scholar is maintained by the University Libraries. For questions about CU Scholar or the campus open access policy, please contact

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