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  • Objective slidePrint the AUP and distribute to staff prior to this presentation
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  • Provide several options for delivering a surveySurvey monkey (need instructions) - MarySMART Response (will have the file)eInstruction clickers (leeann will create)Last resort by ‘hand’
  • Stop & Think Slide #1 – this is the key message want to give to staff. The network is to be used just for education/business. Not for personal use.
  • Stop & Think Slide #2Though to access the network you have to log in, the network is public in the sense that network administrators can have access to individual’s computers on the network. Also, the network itself is supported with JCPS and KDE funds which are public institutions.
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  • Refer to AUP
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  • Though we have already talked about these 2 quotes, want to stress the importanceThis focuses on copyright issues
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  • Objective slidePrint the AUP and distribute to staff prior to this presentation

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  • 1. What is it and where do I fit in?Jefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011
  • 2. To better understand Acceptable uses of JCPSNet How our actions directly impact the district’s networkJefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011
  • 3. An acceptable use policy (AUP) is a policy that a user must agree to follow in order to be provided with access to a network or to the Internet. – Whatis.com, 2011 Download theJCPSNet Employee AcceptableJefferson County Public Schools Use PolicyRev. July 2011
  • 4. Let’s take a survey
  • 5. Remember: The JCPS Network is for educational business. Graphic created using wordle.net
  • 6. The JCPS Network is public, not private. Graphic created using wordle.net
  • 7. Jefferson County Public Schools Download theJCPSNet Employee AcceptableRev. July 2011 Use Policy
  • 8. Jefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011
  • 9. AUP Quote: Employees will not: •use unauthorized software products which adversely affect network performance. •share access to their JCPSnet account or use another person’shttp://drjeffreybecker.com, accessed 7/2011 account.
  • 10. RightI don’t know if Depends on it’s right or the Scenario: wrong situation During lunch, a staff member listens to their favorite music on Pandora (streams music through the Internet). It’s an As long as I Is accessing websites forindividual don’t get personal use acceptable?choice, so caughtwhat’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 11. Did you know? High network traffic slows down the network and interferes with the work of others.http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011
  • 12. Sample JCPS network usage reportThe network often screeches to a crawlbetween 11:00 and 1:30 (lunch time).
  • 13. Culprits of High Bandwidth Usage http://games-all-pc.blogspot.com, accessed 7/2011http://deviantart.com, accessed 6/2011 http://cdn.churchm.ag, accessed 7/2011 http://cnn.com, accessed 7/2011 http://deviantart.com, accessed 6/2011
  • 14. Just remember… How you use the Internet directly impacts classroom instruction and learning. Discontinue non-educational uses of resources like YouTube, Pandora and otherhttp://creativecommons.com, accessed 6/2011 online media.
  • 15. The JCPS Network Is this for education?is for educationalbusiness.The JCPS Networkis public, notprivate. Image from Microsoft Clipart
  • 16. RightI don’t know if Depends on it’s right or the Scenario: wrong situation A teacher leaves his or her username and password on a post-it note for the substitute to log onto their computer. It’s an As long as I Is this best practice?individual don’t getchoice, so caughtwhat’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 17. Did you know? You are responsible for any network activity while your user id is logged in. Infinite Campus contains confidential information.http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011 Once logged into your computer, anyone can change the settings on your computer; install
  • 18. Just remember… Keep your user name and password private. Log off or password protect your screen when you walk away.http://creativecommons.com, accessed 6/2011
  • 19. Just remember… Access and use of Infinite Campus is restricted to authorized district personnel.http://creativecommons.com, accessed 6/2011
  • 20. The JCPS Network Is this for education?is for educationalbusiness.The JCPS Networkis public, notprivate. Image from Microsoft Clipart
  • 21. Jefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011
  • 22. AUP Quote: Employees will not: •transmit or receive materials in violation of federal or state laws or regulations pertaining to copyrighted, threatening or obscene materials, including sexually explicit materials;http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011 •use JCPSNet for personal or commercial activities, product promotion, political lobbying, or illegal activities.
  • 23. Right Scenario #1:I don’t know if Depends on A student receives it’s right or the wrong situation harassing emails from another student. The student tells a teacher. The teacher tells the student to just ignore the It’s an As long as Iindividual don’t get emails. Is this the bestchoice, so caught advice?what’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 24. Did you know? Students’ communication extends far beyond the hallways. Text messaging, social media websites and other emerging technologies are making it increasingly easier to send threatening or bullying messages to other students.http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011
  • 25. Just remember… Just as if this were a paper note found in the hallway or a conversation overheard, it should be reported and treated like any other threatening behavior.http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011
  • 26. Right Scenario #2:I don’t know if Depends on A staff member forwards it’s right or the wrong situation an email to another staff member asking for clarification. Is it OK to forward an email without permission from It’s an As long as Iindividual don’t get the original sender?choice, so caughtwhat’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 27. Did you know? E-mail is often times an original piece of work that once created is copyright protected by the author. This means you cannot post publicly an e-mail sent to you privately.http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011 Email is considered written communication and permanent documentation.http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011
  • 28. Just remember… We often times don’t think of email as being a copywritten piece of work, but technically speaking, it is ‘published’ on servers and recorded with time/date stamps. Best practice is to forward emails with permission from the original sender. JCPS email is subject to open record laws,http://www.psdgraphics.com, accessed 7/2011 no email should be considered private.
  • 29. The JCPS Network Is this for education?is for educationalbusiness.The JCPS Networkis public, notprivate. Image from Microsoft Clipart
  • 30. Jefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011
  • 31. AUP Quote:Employees will not:•transmit or receive materials in violationof federal or state laws or regulationspertaining to copyrighted, threatening orobscene materials, including sexuallyexplicit materials;•use JCPSNet for personal or commercialactivities, product promotion, politicallobbying, or illegal activities.
  • 32. Right Scenario #1:I don’t know if Depends on A teacher creates a movie it’s right or the wrong situation using Photo Story and uses images from various websites without giving credit. Is using Internet materials It’s an As long as Iindividual don’t get without giving credit OK?choice, so caughtwhat’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 33. Did you know? The Internet is a vast source of information and clever graphics and videos. It is unethical to use the words, images, videos, music or other digital works from other people without their expressed permission or citing thehttp://www.hagencartoons.com, accessed 6/2011 source of your information.
  • 34. Just remember…Always cite your sources. If you are indoubt, check with your Local MediaSpecialist (Librarian) for information onhow to properly cite a source.Many times, images will be watermarkedor contain the copyright information onthe graphic. Do not alter thatinformation.
  • 35. RightI don’t know if Depends on it’s right or the Scenario #2: wrong situation A teacher shows a movie to a class from Netflix. Is viewing a movie from Netflix OK? It’s an As long as Iindividual don’t getchoice, so caughtwhat’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 36. Did you know?When you rent or purchase amovie, the licensing from thestudios is that the DVD may onlybe shown in your private residence.That rental is not intended to beshown to a broader, classroomaudience.
  • 37. Just remember…Check out the video from yourlibrary or Gheens ProfessionalLibrary where the district haspurchased the copy.Use instructional videos fromsources such as KET’sEncycloMedia.When in doubt, consult yourlibrary media specialist.
  • 38. The JCPS Network Is this for education?is for educationalbusiness.The JCPS Networkis public, notprivate. Image from Microsoft Clipart
  • 39. Jefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011
  • 40. AUP Quote:Employees shall use the network forthe educational business of JCPS suchas conducting research andcommunicating with others in regardto school business.
  • 41. RightI don’t know if Depends on it’s right or the Scenario: wrong situation A teacher prints a couple of copies of an event advertisement for the local neighborhood association. It’s an As long as I This is ok, because its just aindividual don’t getchoice, so caught couple of copies, right?what’s the big deal? Wrong Digital Citizenship In Schools, by Ribble & Bailey, 2007
  • 42. Did you know? The cost of printing, includes the price of paper, ink cartridges and machine wear and tear – printing can be expensive!http://creativecommons.com, accessed 7/2011 Become more environmental friendly by reducing the amount of printing Printing a large document over the network, slows down the networkhttp://creativecommons.com, accessed 7/2011
  • 43. Just remember…Only print school/work relateddocuments. Images from http://flikr.com, accessed 7/2011
  • 44. The JCPS Network Is this for education?is for educationalbusiness.The JCPS Networkis public, notprivate. Image from Microsoft Clipart
  • 45. Just remember… •The JCPSNet is for Educational Business. •JCPSNet is a public network.Jefferson County Public SchoolsRev. July 2011