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BearSpace is a network file storage system provided by the Electronic Library Client Services and Information Technology Services (ITS) to students, faculty and staff. BearSpace provides 5 gigabytes of disk space per person and allows an individual to store copies of important documents such as homework, notes, papers, and graphics on a system that is accessible from anywhere on the Internet.
What BearSpace is:
BearSpace provides Baylor students, faculty and staff connected to the Internet a place to store, retrieve, and share files (text, graphics, etc.) through a network file storage system. It is also a place to publish your personal website.
What BearSpace is not:
Instructions and Support
Accounts for BearSpace file services are limited to students, faculty and staff with a valid Bear ID. Once students graduate or leave Baylor for any other reason, they will lose access to their BearSpace account. Before leaving the university, download copies of your data to other media.
You are responsible for the integrity and availability of your data files. Always keep back-up copies of your data on additional media (i.e. local hard drive, CD-ROM, zip disk, etc.).
Rights and Responsibilities
By logging in and using this service you agree to comply with Baylor University’s Technology Systems Usage Policy and other University policies governing acceptable use of information technology, such as the Network Usage Policy. You also agree to abide with the terms of your Computer Account Agreement and state and federal laws. Failure to comply with service terms may result in a discontinuation of service and/or disciplinary actions. Failure to comply with applicable law could result in civil actions and/or criminal charges.