Content Management & Editorial Policy
The goal of the Infoxchange Australia website is to ensure an open and accessible content system dedicated to the provision of quality information. The content management system of the site is based on the editorial judgment of selected individuals and organisations that demonstrate extensive knowledge of the subject, objectivity and openness. Editors are responsive to direction from advisors and sectoral experts, who themselves are drawn from a range of institutions and organisations.
The site uses a 'deferred publishing' approach, so that content suggested by users is reviewed prior to acceptance on the site. Selection of resources, issues, discussion topics, news and technical data for the site is carefully analysed and based on fact and the needs of the Infoxchange Australia audience. This challenge of combining Internet technologies with sound human judgment, in a manner that is both open and professionally sound, is at the core of the Infoxchange Australia's editorial and content management policy.
Infoxchange Australia aims to follow the Web
Content Accessibility Guidelines as developed by the World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C). Items submitted to Infoxchange Australia may be reviewed and edited to
accommodate the guidelines.
Content submitted to Infoxchange Australia by users is subject to prior review by editors (see content management), who determine its suitability. Editors may reject any content offered to the site if, in the editor's opinion, it advocates violence, contains profanity, is inflammatory in nature, is not relevant to the subject of that section of the site, or is otherwise inappropriate. The policy does not seek to filter out but rather to include the best.
The views expressed in content appearing on the Infoxchange Australia website are entirely those of the originators, and should not be attributed in any manner to Infoxchange Australia.
The Committee provides guidance to the Infoxchange Australia website for assuring quality on the web site. It will advise content managers on matters such as systems of content management, editorial policies, publication standards and content partnership structuring. The Committee will examine and propose ways to enhance participation to promote the highest possible quality of content.
The Editorial Committee includes dedicated representatives to review, edit and manage submitted content. On occasion the Editorial Committee may enlist the assistance of sectoral experts.
This policy may change without prior notice. Please check this site for future
amendments or contact email@example.com
for more information.