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Student Aup

  1. 1. The Normal Stuff General Use Personal Security Personal Responsibility Copyright Lab Use Repairs A Couple Frequently asked Questions Consequences Please click on each title to learn more.
  2. 2. General Use The network exists primarily for email and internet research.
  3. 3. General Use It is not intended to be used for non academic purposes.
  4. 4. General Use Network bandwidth is limited so teachers should not waste or allow students to waste this resource.
  5. 5. General Use The network exists primarily for email and internet research. It is not intended to be used for non academic purposes. Network bandwidth is limited so teachers should not waste or allow students to waste this resource. Return to contents
  6. 6. Personal Responsibility 1. Use of network supports student learning (not a toy). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Return to contents
  7. 7. Personal Responsibility 1. 2. Do not break any laws or use network to make money. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Return to contents
  8. 8. Personal Responsibility 1. 2. 3. Do not use network to promote a political campaign. 4. 5. 6. 7. Return to contents
  9. 9. Personal Responsibility 1. 2. 3. 4. Do nothing to harm hardware, software, or the network. 5. 6. 7. Return to contents
  10. 10. Personal Responsibility 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Using the network to develop malicious programs is prohibited. 6. 7. Return to contents
  11. 11. Personal Responsibility 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Users are responsible for what they publish via the network. Harassment/Hate mail are prohibited. (remember whatever you write is a public document.) 7. Return to contents
  12. 12. Personal Responsibility 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The use of the network to access, store, or distribute unauthorized material (i.e. pornography) is strictly prohibited. Return to contents
  13. 13. Personal Responsibility 1. Use of network supports student learning (not a toy). 2. Do not break any laws or use network to make money. 3. Do not use network to promote a political campaign. 4. Do nothing to harm hardware, software, or the network. 5. Using the network to develop malicious programs is prohibited. 6. Users are responsible for what they publish via the network. Harassment/Hate mail are prohibited. (remember whatever you write is a public document.) 7. The use of the network to access, store, or distribute unauthorized material (i.e. pornography) is strictly prohibited. Return to contents
  14. 14. Lab Use Return to contents
  15. 15. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) Sit in your assigned seat. 2) No food or drink near computers. 3) Report any computer problems as soon as you notice them. 4) Do not use a Proxy Server or bring in unauthorized programs. 5) Do not store or stream music /video on the district computers. 6) Make certain that the lab is cleaned up prior to the end of each period. (Leave at least 5 minutes for clean up). 7) Make certain that you know what you are going to be doing so that you make the best use of your time. 8) Provide positive peer pressure… Help classmates make wise choices about how they are using the computers Return to contents
  16. 16. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) Sit in your assigned seat. 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Return to contents
  17. 17. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) No food or drink near computers. 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Return to contents
  18. 18. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) 3) Report any computer problems as soon as you notice them. 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Return to contents
  19. 19. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) 3) 4) Do not use a Proxy Server or bring in unauthorized programs. 5) 6) 7) 8) Return to contents
  20. 20. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Do not store or stream music /video on the district computers. 6) 7) 8) Return to contents
  21. 21. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Make certain that the lab is cleaned up prior to the end of each period. (Leave at least 5 minutes for clean up). 7) 8) Return to contents
  22. 22. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Make certain that you know what you are going to be doing so that you make the best use of your time. 8) Return to contents
  23. 23. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Provide positive peer pressure… Help classmates make wise choices about how they are using the computers Return to contents
  24. 24. Lab Use Please follow through on the following elements of lab use: 1) Sit in your assigned seat. 2) No food or drink near computers. 3) Report any computer problems as soon as you notice them. 4) Do not use a Proxy Server or bring in unauthorized programs. 5) Do not store or stream music /video on the district computers. 6) Make certain that the lab is cleaned up prior to the end of each period. (Leave at least 5 minutes for clean up). 7) Make certain that you know what you are going to be doing so that you make the best use of your time. 8) Provide positive peer pressure… Help classmates make wise choices about how they are using the computers Return to contents
  25. 25. Personal Security Return to contents
  26. 26. Personal Security Do not share your passwords or account privileges with anyone else. Return to contents
  27. 27. Personal Security You are responsible for any use of your account… Return to contents
  28. 28. Personal Security Do not give out personal information or agree to meet strangers via the district network. Return to contents
  29. 29. Personal Security Have back ups of your school files… Just in case your account ever gets damaged Return to contents
  30. 30. Personal Security Do not share your passwords or account privileges with anyone else. You are responsible for any use of your account… Do not give out personal information or agree to meet strangers via the district network. Have back ups of your school files… Just in case your account ever gets damaged Return to contents
  31. 31. Copyright Return to contents Image by Stephen Downes
  32. 32. The unauthorized… Copyright -installation -use -storage -or distribution of copyrighted material or software on district computers is prohibited. Return to contents Image by Stephen Downes
  33. 33. Copyright Helpful hint… unless the district owns the item or it is specifically marked as being able to be used in educational settings, it is copyrighted and you need the creator’s permission. Return to contents Image by Stephen Downes
  34. 34. Copyright This includes anything you get from the internet as well. Return to contents Image by Stephen Downes
  35. 35. The unauthorized… Copyright -installation -use -storage -or distribution of copyrighted material or software on district computers is prohibited. Helpful hint… unless the district owns the item or it is specifically marked as being able to be used in educational settings, it is copyrighted and you need the creator’s permission. This includes anything you get from the internet as well. Return to contents Image by Stephen Downes
  36. 36. Repairs Return to contents
  37. 37. Repairs Turn everything off and back on (90% of problems may be solved by a simple reboot.) Return to contents
  38. 38. Repairs If it is a gray tower, we need to take extra care because IT will no longer work on them… BE EXTRA NICE to these ones. Return to contents
  39. 39. Repairs Do not attempt any repairs. Tell your teacher and they will get it taken care of. Return to contents
  40. 40. Repairs REMEMBER… Computer use is a privilege… Please do your best to keep this resource available for everyone. Return to contents
  41. 41. Repairs Turn everything off and back on (90% of problems may be solved by a simple reboot.) If it is a gray tower, we need to take extra care because IT will no longer work on them… BE EXTRA NICE to these ones. Do not attempt any repairs. Tell your teacher and they will get it taken care of. REMEMBER… Computer use is a privilege… Please do your best to keep this resource available for everyone. Return to contents
  42. 42. FAQs Please click on questions to see the response: Why can’t I stream video/music or play online games? What’s wrong with using a proxy? I’m just trying to get to my stuff… Why are some good sites blocked? What can I do? Why won’t my thumbdrive load onto the computer? Return to contents
  43. 43. Why can’t I stream video/music or play online games? • There is a limit to how much information move through the network… If everyone was streaming content, the network would no longer work. • Return to the list
  44. 44. Why can’t I stream video/music or play online games? • • The network is a resource that you have the privilege to use for school related work. Tax payers are not investing their money for you to play. Return to the list
  45. 45. Why can’t I stream video/music or play online games? • There is a limit to how much information move through the network… If everyone was streaming content, the network would no longer work. • The network is a resource that you have the privilege to use for school related work. Tax payers are not investing their money for you to play. Return to the list
  46. 46. What’s wrong with using a proxy? I’m just trying to get to my stuff… To be clear… a proxy is a site that allows a user to bypass the district firewall to access blocked content. There are two problems with using a proxy server: 1. 2. Return to the list
  47. 47. What’s wrong with using a proxy? I’m just trying to get to my stuff… To be clear… a proxy is a site that allows a user to bypass the district firewall to access blocked content. There are two problems with using a proxy server: 1. Bypassing the district firewall is willfully breaking the rules. 2. Return to the list
  48. 48. What’s wrong with using a proxy? I’m just trying to get to my stuff… To be clear… a proxy is a site that allows a user to bypass the district firewall to access blocked content. There are two problems with using a proxy server: 1. 2. Just as students look for proxies to get out of school firewalls, some people use proxies to break in. Using a proxy is like opening a door to them. Return to the list
  49. 49. Why are some good sites blocked? What can I do? The district uses an automated filter to block unwanted content. Unfortunately, sometimes school relevant material gets blocked as well. Return to the list
  50. 50. Why are some good sites blocked? What can I do? Please bear in mind that there is only one filter so some things may be appropriate for high school but they are blocked because they are not okay for younger students. Return to the list
  51. 51. Why are some good sites blocked? What can I do? If you feel that a site should be unblocked, write a letter explaining what the site is and why you need it for school. Then, send it in an email to your teacher to submit for you. Return to the list
  52. 52. Why are some good sites blocked? What can I do? The district uses an automated filter to block unwanted content. Unfortunately, sometimes school relevant material gets blocked as well. Please bear in mind that there is only one filter so some things may be appropriate for high school but they are blocked because they are not okay for younger students. If you feel that a site should be unblocked, write a letter explaining what the site is and why you need it for school. Then, send it in an email to your teacher to submit for you. Return to the list
  53. 53. Why won’t my thumbdrive load onto the computer? Your thumbdrive may have an operating system that is set to automatically load when plugged in. Return to the list
  54. 54. Why won’t my thumbdrive load onto the computer? Your thumbdrive may have an operating system that is set to automatically load when plugged in. Unfortunately, this looks like a virus attack and the system is set to protect itself from viruses. Return to the list
  55. 55. Why won’t my thumbdrive load onto the computer? You will still be able to access your documents by choosing to open your “my documents” folder and then going up to the thumbdrive. Return to the list
  56. 56. Why won’t my thumbdrive load onto the computer? A better option is to disable your thumbdrive’s operating system at home prior to bringing it to school. This will greatly speed up access. Return to the list
  57. 57. Why won’t my thumbdrive load onto the computer? Your thumbdrive may have an operating system that is set to automatically load when plugged in. Unfortunately, this looks like a virus attack and the system is set to protect itself from viruses. You will still be able to access your documents by choosing to open your “my documents” folder and then going up to the thumbdrive. A better option is to disable your thumbdrive’s operating system at home prior to bringing it to school. This will greatly speed up access. Return to the list
  58. 58. Consequences Return to contents
  59. 59. Consequences • For security and administrative purposes the district retains the right for authorized personnel to review network system use and file content. • • • Return to contents
  60. 60. Consequences • • The district reserves the right to remove a user account to prevent further unauthorized activity. • • Return to contents
  61. 61. Consequences • • • The District’s service provider reserves the right to disconnect the district to prevent further unauthorized activity. • Return to contents
  62. 62. Consequences • • • • Violation of any of the conditions of use may be cause for loss of network privileges and/or disciplinary action up to and including expulsion from the Marysville school district. Return to contents
  63. 63. Consequences • For security and administrative purposes the district retains the right for authorized personnel to review network system use and file content. • The district reserves the right to remove a user account to prevent further unauthorized activity. • The District’s service provider reserves the right to disconnect the district to prevent further unauthorized activity. • Violation of any of the conditions of use may be cause for loss of network privileges and/or disciplinary action up to and including expulsion from the Marysville school district. Return to contents

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