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Freedom online: do you have voice in your college?

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A workshop delivered by Becta at the NUS Further Education Zone Conference, Manchester, 2009

A workshop delivered by Becta at the NUS Further Education Zone Conference, Manchester, 2009

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  • – assuming the identity of others using an email address or spoofing obtain sensitive info from spam recipients Flaming: The act of sending or posting electronic messages that are deliberately hostile and insulting,
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  • 1. Sue Pickering – e-Safety Consultant Marianne Green – Head of Workforce & Leadership (Colleges) Freedom online Do you have a voice in your College?
  • 2. Dilemma Exercise
    • Using the internet is mainly a very positive experience. However, consider the following dilemma and discuss with your table colleagues
    • Agree which of the following is most appropriate with regard to assessing the risk level:
      • Red
      • Amber
      • Green
  • 3. Dilemma
    • Lois’s friend offers to share their Instant Messenger (like MSN) contacts. Lois is very pleased because she now has 150 ‘friends’.
  • 4.
    • Lois’s ‘friends’ have been collected by sharing address books.
    • She only knows about one third of the people in her contact list.
    • She has used the features in MSN to sort her ‘friends’ into groups – school, home friends, family, holiday mates.
    • She also has a group for ‘friends of friends’ i.e. internet strangers.
    • She does not give out any personal details to these people.
    • She is happy to chat online with friends of friends, but nothing more.
    • She does not use her web cam when she talks to this group.
  • 5.
    • Restrict?
    • or
    • Educate?
    E-Safety Protect? or Exclude?
  • 6. E-Safety covers, but is not limited to…..
    • Cyber bullying/stalking/threatening (4 in every 10 learners have been victims)
    • Grooming
    • Flaming
    • Happy Slapping
    • Shopping
    • Attack by Viruses or other malware
    • Intentional abuse/attack (Phishing, Spoofing, Violence and Terrorism)
    • Intentional misuse of facilities or equipment
    • Wireless and hardwired networks
    • Data Transfer
    • Use of memory sticks
    • Downloads
    • Pornography
    • Etc, etc
  • 7. Acceptable User Policy
    • Are you aware of an Acceptable User Policy in your College?
    • Were you involved in its development?
    • Are any of these included in the AUP?
      • Using your own technology in the College
      • Protecting your personal information online
      • Downloading music, videos, media - Are you aware of the penalties?
      • Accessing social networking or Second Life sites - Are there restrictions?
      • Using Twitter, Skype, MSN, Blogs or Wikies to communicate with tutors?
      • Information about someone you can go to if you receive information which contains unacceptable content or contains information you find offensive?
  • 8. What can you do?
    • Contribute to the development of AUPs / e-Safety Policy
    • Read the Policies and adhere to them
    • Take responsibility for keeping safe online
      • Regularly change passwords – don’t share them! Use mix of upper/lower case letters/numbers/symbols
      • Set social networking space to private: don’t include name, address or DOB
      • Home wireless – is it secure?
      • Memory sticks – are they encrypted?
    • Censor yourself online:
      • consider what a future employer might think of your postings – [email_address]
      • Chat rooms – info for criminals ie address or on holiday
    • Respect the feeling, rights, values and intellectual property rights of others
    • Support others who may be experiencing e-Safety issues
  • 9.