Disregarding grammar and spilling mistake (which I'm often guilty of myself...) Julio asked about how to nudge people into reading the guidelines. The Uni that I used to attend had a TOS for network connections, and they had two tactics to help people read it. Probably a bit stronghanded for here, but I'm sure we could adapt it a little: 1. The TOS was forced, literally, on the user until they clicked agree. Originally the account wasn't created until you clicked I agree, but I think now this process is after account creation, and is valid for any URL you try to go to with your student account. Could be wrong on that- but the concept of forcing them to read it after registration, regardless of where they try to go, might work. 2. In said agreement, you had to check a checkbox before every paragraph indicating that you read, and agreed to the terms laid out. While it's not really an agreement for us, we might be able to word a general agreement, or do something similar there. Just some ideas, not necissarily suggestions. PS- A little quote for you to ponder from Alice in Wonderland: With that in mind, is it so hard to post a reply asking for clarification?