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Outlines what Acceptable Use Policy is, how to create, implement, and enforce in the school environment.

Outlines what Acceptable Use Policy is, how to create, implement, and enforce in the school environment.

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  • 1. What is an AUP?
    • A description of what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable use of the Internet.
    • A disclaimer absolving the school district from responsibility, under certain circumstances
    • A form for teachers, parents and students to sign, indicating that they agree to abide by the AUP.
  • 2. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICIES
    • Safe, relevant, appropriate use
    • Written contract
    • Access privileges rules of behavior
    • Consequences
    • Helpful sites for creating/exploring AUPs :
    • http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Digital+Citizen+AUA http://aup.fbi-sos.org/
  • 3. Sample AUPs/Activities
    • http://www.justice.gov/criminal/cybercrime/rules/acceptableUsePolicy.htm
    • http://www.nisd.net/digitalcitizen/Environment.html
    • http://www.nisd.net/digitalcitizen/elem_digcit/elem_rights_responsibilities/Understand_Your_Acceptable_Use_Policy.pdf
  • 4. More AUP Resources
    • AUP Guide for School Districts
    • Sample AUP Guides
  • 5. Top Ten Tips for a Strong AUP
    • Be clear and concise . An AUP should be no more than a page or two, issued as part of the home/school agreement.
    • Be relevant to your setting. When creating your AUP, consider the needs and characteristics of your users, services and support networks. Bear in mind other policies – such as child protection, anti-bullying and behavior policies. Ensure your AUP reflects these policies, and vice versa.
  • 6. Top Ten cont’d…
    • 3. Encourage user input and ownership. Involve students, parents and the school staff who will be expected to enforce the AUP in developing and reviewing it. Users are more likely to adhere to the terms of an AUP if they feel ownership of it.
    • 4. Write in an appropriate tone and style for users. Do you need different documents for younger and older pupils, staff, parents, or those with particular communication needs? If so, try and consult with each group and meet their needs.
  • 7. Top Ten countdown…..
    • 5. Promote positive uses of all technologies. Technology offers many wonderful opportunities. Promote the positives in your AUP rather than focusing on the negatives. Remember that technologies are evolving all the time. Reinforce the concept of safe and responsible use of all technologies in your AUP rather than referring to specific devices.
  • 8. Top Ten Tips cont’d
    • 6. Outline clearly acceptable and unacceptable behaviors. Users need to understand clearly what they can (and can’t) do online using the technology and services available to them in the learning setting. They also need to understand how they can use their own equipment in certain settings. You may choose to ban all personal technology devices, or approve their use in certain situations, or encourage their use to support learning. Whatever you decide, make it clear.
  • 9. Top Ten Tips…
    • 7. Outline clearly what network monitoring will take place. Users have a right to know how their network access will be monitored. An open and honest approach can help prevent challenges to authority should e-safety incidents occur.
    • 8. Outline clearly the sanctions for unacceptable use. Users need to understand what penalties they face if they break the rules. These may range from temporary suspension of services to disciplinary action or even legal intervention, depending on the seriousness of the incident.
  • 10. Last of the Top Ten…
    • 9. Review and update regularly. To remain effective, AUPs must be regularly reviewed and updated; for example, as a response to emerging issues or serious e-safety incidents.
    • 10. Communicate regularly to all stakeholder groups. If you want users to adhere to the AUP, they need to be aware of it, and understand it. Consider the best approaches for introducing the AUP to students, parents, and staff. Look for opportunities to assess whether the AUP is understood. Reinforce the AUP regularly, monitor its impact and ensure you communicate any changes.
    • Becta 2009 Retrieved February 11, 2011 from Becta website: www.becta.org.uk/nextgenerationlearning
  • 11. An AUP should…
    • Serve as a legal document
    • Be complete
    • Be adaptable
    • Be unique to your school/district
    • Protect students
    • Inform parents
  • 12. Implementing the AUP
      • Review, revise and disseminate Acceptable Use Policies annually
      • Provide annual training and/or communications for teachers, students and staff on AUP
      • Collect and monitor return of signed AUPs
      • Take appropriate action when teachers, staff or students do not follow the AUP
      • Require ethical use of technology and adherence to copyright law in the development and scoring of student work
  • 13. Enforcing Acceptable Use Policies
    • http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/wp/crime-2002/aup.htm
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