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  • 1. General behavior • Use MIS’ IT resources (1. ???, software, network etc.) in a responsible manner and with respect to non-renewable 2. ???. • Maintain the 3. ??? of your access codes. • Respect third party rights, in particular copyrights for 4. ???, photos, 5. ???, 6. ??? and literature. This includes the MIS Logo, the MIS name and MIS images. • Do not 7. ??? or publish illegal content. • Do not disclose or publish personal data or images of 8. ???, students or other MIS personnel or community without asking them first. • Backup your 9. ??? regularly. • Immediately inform the MIS Help Desk of any dysfunction or damage.
  • 2. Educational purpose The MIS IT equipment and the MIS network are to be used for school purposes, i.e. during classes, for preparation and follow-up of classes, for vocational counseling and for studies on politics, contemporary history, technology, languages or the like. Students are expected to be on task during lessons and not 10. ??? by activities such as emailing, chatting or playing 11. ???.
  • 3. Limitations There are technological and legal limitations to the MIS network. Networks are made up of physical machines that have finite 12. ??? space and software capabilities. The network functions best when these limitations are kept in mind. The MIS network is a service for you to obtain, use and produce a variety of information and access to it is a privilege. Mindfulness of other users and respect for 13. c??? and sustainable practices is expected of all users. For that reason, there is a list of specific uses for which the MIS network cannot or may not be used (see section 3). For example, installation of any 14. ??? that is illegal and/or interferes with the optimal 15. ??? of your computer is not permitted.
  • 4. Use of personal equipment - Students are not permitted to bring their own 16. ??? onto campus without obtaining prior permission from the school administration. - 17. ??? may only be used during lessons if explicit permission is given by the teacher and their use enhances the learning activity. - Use of mobile devices on campus must conform to the school’s general 18. ??? expectations as set out in the student-parent handbooks.
  • 5. Sustainability - You are given a limited 19. ??? budget at the beginning of the year. Once this has been exceeded, you will have to 20. ??? for additional printing. You are encouraged to always print responsibly and consider the 21. ??? before printing, whether at school or at home. - MIS provides network file storage for all users. You have limited server quota and shall routinely clean out and organize your files in order to prevent excess of the server quota. Personal pictures, music, movies, etc. are not to be 22. ??? on the MIS servers. You are asked to consider the space required for all the files you have accumulated.
  • 6. General behavior − Use MIS’ IT resources (hardware, software, network etc.) in a responsible manner and with respect to non-renewable resources. − Maintain the confidentiality of your access 23. ???. − Respect third party rights, in particular 24. ??? for music, photos, videos, computer games and literature. This includes the MIS Logo, the MIS name and MIS images. − Do not download or 25. ??? illegal content. - Do not disclose or publish personal data or images of teachers, students or other MIS personnel or community without 26. ??? them first. − 27. ??? your data regularly. − Immediately inform the MIS Help Desk of any dysfunction or damage.
  • 7. Access codes - You will receive a user account and a 28. ???. It is very important to choose a secure password (according to the MIS’ instructions) and to keep the password secret. The password has to be kept in a safe place and not be told to anybody. In particular, don’t 29. ??? your password with others. You will be responsible for any actions made under your account. - Don’t leave your system unattended and log off or secure the system if you no longer use it. You have to inform the MIS Help Desk immediately if anybody has used your 30. ??? or if you know another student’s 30. ???. - Only use your account login and password with your own notebook or other equipment authorized by MIS. MIS can disable your user account if MIS has reason to believe that your password is 31. ???.
  • 8. Illegal content, protected material - Do not access or download illegal, violent, racist or other offensive content such as pornography. If accidentally accessed or downloaded, you shall immediately close the application and notify a teacher or the MIS Help Desk of the incident. It is strictly forbidden to pass this type of information on to other 32. ???. - Texts, pictures, music, books, videos, computer games or other material published in printed or in electronic form can be subject to copyrights. The use of such content regularly requires the author’s 33. ???. In case of doubt, please consult a teacher or the MIS Help Desk. Do not 34. ???, distribute or collect copyright protected material or circumvent copy protection mechanisms. In case of any infringement you will be held accountable as outlined in the guidelines for 35. ??? in the student-parent handbooks. - Do not 36. ??? or make available any personal data and photographs without the prior consent of the persons concerned and, if the person is a minor, of his/her parents.
  • 9. Behavior on social-networking sites (web 2.0) You have to ensure that your behavior within social-networking sites (web 2.0) such as Moodle, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, etc. confirms to the guidelines and expectations identified in the student-parent handbooks. Do not post anything that could damage or deteriorate MIS’ or other third party’s 37. ???.
  • 10. Parameters 1 - MIS reserves the rights to 38. ??? the user rights on the computer systems provided by MIS. MIS will implement technical measures to survey the system configuration and the installed software. MIS can partly or entirely block network communication and apply 39. ??? software in order to prevent unlawful or undesired behavior. MIS may change the computer configuration at any time as it sees fit. It is at MIS discretion to 40. ??? the notebook at any times and search its content. - MIS will control access to internet sites using filtering software and monitor and record any user activity. These measures can, however, not replace your responsible and careful use of the internet. MIS reserves the right to block access to the internet if MIS believes that you lack the necessary sense of responsibility and the capacity to understand the consequences of your actions.
  • 11. Parameters 2 - MIS will 41. ??? any data transmission over the MIS network as well as any local computer activity. During classes, your teacher reserves the right to access your 42. ??? at any time.
  • 12. Compliance, disciplinary sanctions You have to comply with all instructions herein as well as given by MIS or its representatives, also in those guidelines concerning the MIS network access controls and the MIS notebook surveillance. You shall not circumvent or disable any measures implemented by MIS to secure the Services or to enforce the Technology Usage Guidelines. Consequences of non-compliance will occur in line with the consequences for other disruptive/destructive behavior. Please refer to the behavior expectation sections of the student-parent handbooks. You will be liable for any 43. ??? caused. In addition, MIS can permanently or temporarily disable your account and collect your MIS notebook.
  • 13. Personal data MIS may 44. ??? personal data, including local computer activity such as used applications and used files if and to the extent necessary for operation, resource planning, error tracking and for the prevention of misuse. MIS shall access personal data only in case of a (suspected) misuse of the IT Services or for the purpose of drawing samples. MIS may 44. ??? any User data if required for the maintenance of the network (network administration, central backup, troubleshooting) or for the prevention of misuse or unlawful activities. Collected personal data shall normally be erased after one month, however, at the beginning of the new school term at the latest. This does not apply, if MIS has reason to suspect a misuse of the IT Services.
  • 14. Secrecy MIS respects the secrecy of telecommunications granted in section 88 of the German Telecommunications Act (TKG). The personnel responsible for the IT infrastructure at MIS shall keep secret any personal 45. ???, unless disclosure is required for the operation of hardware and services, for billing purposes, to report an offense or for the implementation of disciplinary sanctions.
  • 15. I consent to the collection, processing and use of my 46. ??? data such as network communication, files stored locally and on my assigned network share and local computer activity to the extent and for the purposes described in section 5 of this 1:1 Program Consent Agreement. MIS may access my MacBook, my assigned network share and any stored personal 47. ??? in case of a suspected misuse of the MacBook or the MIS network and for the purpose of controlling the compliance with the Technology Usage Guidelines. Furthermore, MIS may access such personal 47. ??? if required for the maintenance of the MIS network (network administration, central backup, troubleshooting) or for the prevention of misuse or unlawful activities. MIS will keep secret any personal 47. ???, unless disclosure is required for the operation of hardware and services, to report an offense or for the implementation of disciplinary sanctions. My 48. ??? is voluntary and I may withdraw it at any time. However, I understand that upon withdrawal of my consent given herein I have to return my MacBook and stop using the MIS IT services, including but not limited to the MIS network.