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  • 10/12/09
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    • 1. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master subtitle style | slide Kevin Campbell-Wright Ken Scot Kathy Boyer E-Learning Advisor (ACL) E-Learning Advisor (Technical) E-Learning Advisor (FE & ITT) www.rsc-yh.ac.uk RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning RSC YH E-Safety & Security The issues & the debates Chris Barber Senior E-Learning Advisor
    • 2. E-Safety
      • Today
      Why do we need e-safety? The Case for being safe (Chris Barber) What’s so dangerous? The E-Safety Issues (Kevin Campbell-Wright & Ken Scott) Am I Accountable? OFSTED and E-Safety (Kathy Boyer) Your Thoughts . Group Disscussion (All)
    • 3. E-Safety
      • A case for being safer
      The case for e-safety is simple - just as we don't send children out onto the roads without lessons in road safety, so we shouldn't send people out onto the information highways of the internet without giving them some guidance as to how to stay safe, both personally and financially. This is a green cross code for internet and PC use. Squirrels are optional .
    • 4. E-Safety
      • A case for being safer
      Well, yes, it’s obvious, but it hasn’t been done consistently so far in education establishments. Becta are now pushing for e-safety to be a part of every child’s curriculum. See “Safeguarding children in a digital world” This is because information technology is becoming a large part of every learner’s learning experience, from pre-school through university to lifelong learners.
    • 5. E-Safety
      • A case for being safer
      Quote from “Safeguarding Children” “ With the launch in 2005 of the Government’s e-strategy, ‘ Harnessing technology: Transforming learning and children’s services ’, the prospects for children and learners of all ages to embrace the new opportunities offered by ICT are set to grow. What we must ensure, however, is that the e-safety aspects are not left to chance. Children and indeed learners of all ages need to develop digital literacy skills that help them to become safe and responsible users of new technologies, and allow them to be discriminating users of both the content they discover and the contacts they make when online.”
    • 6. E-Safety
      • A Case for being safer
      • Becta’s main concern is with young people, although in their
      • literature they do say that the principles can be extended to
      • lifelong learners.
      • Given that many people of all ages are now using IT for
      • educational purposes, it is clear that they too need to develop
      • digital literacy skills so that they can become ‘safe and responsible
      • users’.
      • Also many adults not in lifelong learning will be parents and need to
      • be aware of the issues in relation to their children’s safety.
    • 7. Safety Issues
      • Personal Safety
      • Cyber Bullying
      • Bandwidth
      • Reputation &
      • Legal
      • Management
      • Identity Theft & Phishing
      • Virus
      Online Safety Infrastructure Institutional
    • 8. Online Safety
      • The non-technical side
      • Social Networking
      • Chat / IM
      • Personal Information
      Incident Affecting Pupil Incident Affecting Staff The Risk Of Not Access to services Access to information Access to communication Sensible, Defined Usage Policy Awareness, Open Debate & Education
    • 9. Institutional
      • The non technical side
      • Reputation Management
      • Legal Implications
      • Financial Loss
      Press Scandal Lawsuit Use in “ Private Time” Lack of Governance Clear Staff / Student Use Procedure Competition Communications Monitoring & reaction Financial Damage Legal Guidance
    • 10. Infrastructure
      • The technical bit
      • Availability
      • Legal & Regulatory
      • Breach
      Criminal Liability Loss of Service Data Vulnerability Spammer Lists Increased Workload Complexity Traffic Shaping Time Slots White / Black Lists Reverse Firewall Backups Desktop Monitoring
    • 11. Emerging Issues
      • The Future
      • Students / Staff Own Devices using WiFi
      • Students / Staff Devices using 3G
      • USB Sticks
      • Use of preferred web tools
      • Peer Networks
      • Home Use
      • Changing face of the college
      • Ofsted
    • 12. E-Safety
      • Making The Strategy
      From http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/page.aspx?o=197297 (on our resources page)
    • 13. www.rsc-yh.ac.uk update
      • New Handbook for the Inspection of Further Education and skills –Sept 2009
      • Common Inspection Framework included in the handbook
      • E-learning vs Learning technologies
    • 14. www.rsc-yh.ac.uk Changes Learner safety A3 How safe do learners feel? Learners understanding of internet Safety Measures B Quality of Provision B1 How effectively do teaching, training and assessment support learning and development? Evaluative statements Technology is used effectively to promote and support learning, where appropriate Further Guidance The adequacy and quality of e-learning
    • 15. www.rsc-yh.ac.uk
      • Grade Criteria
      • Satisfactory
      • Good
      • Outstanding
      “… .. Appropriate use is made of technology to support and promote learning…… Get your copy here
    • 16. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master subtitle style | slide DISSCUSSION & NOTES: http://etherpad.com/RSCYHe-safety RESOURCES & LINKS: http://delicious.com/tag/eielsafe www.rsc-yh.ac.uk RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning RSC YH E-Safety & Security + OFSTED Update

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