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E-Safety Generic Slideshare

  1. 1. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />Click to edit Master title style<br />Kevin Campbell-Wright<br />E-Learning Advisor (ACL & E-Safety) <br />SLIDESHARE VERSION<br />Click to edit Master subtitle style<br />www.rsc-yh.ac.uk<br />| slide 1<br />RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning<br />
  2. 2. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />WARNING<br />This is a presentation about e-safety. <br />E-Safety is about protecting people from harm. Harm is never a pleasant thing.<br />We are going to use scenarios that deal with issues around hate speech, sexual abuse and malice. Many are real. None of this is meant offensively – it is necessary in order to cover the topic.<br />This is not legal advice or support<br />
  3. 3. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br /><ul><li> E-Responsibility – It isn’t just about safeguarding. It’s about protecting yourself legally, protecting your reputation, protecting your data, protecting your functionality, protecting your finance
  4. 4. Consequences- To students, to you professionally, to you personally and to the organisation
  5. 5. Your role – What you have to do, what you should do, what you mustn’t do</li></ul>It’s about applying common sense – is it any different to the real world?<br />
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  11. 11. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />CONSEQUENCES<br />
  12. 12. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />CONSEQUENCES<br />
  13. 13. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />RISK ASSESSMENT<br />OSTRICH<br />RISK OF NOT<br />Student or Staff Harmed<br />Students Unable To Learn<br />Legal Action<br />Staff Unable To Teach<br />Press / Media Smears<br />Creativity Limited<br />Financial Loss<br />Information Restricted<br />Infrastructure Collapse<br />
  14. 14. E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />APPROACHES<br /><ul><li> Lockdown
  15. 15. All Round Education On Issues
  16. 16. Nominated Person for E-Safety
  17. 17. Social Media Policy
  18. 18. E-Safety Policy
  19. 19. Update Existing Policy
  20. 20. Keep Staff & Students Informed
  21. 21. Exit Strategy</li></li></ul><li>E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />YOUR ROLE<br /><ul><li> Moral Duty
  22. 22. Child Protection Issues – Withholding Information
  23. 23. OFSTED
  24. 24. Policy
  25. 25. Common Sense</li></li></ul><li>E-Safety, Security & Responsibility<br />Click to edit Master title style<br />Kevin Campbell-Wright<br />k.l.campbellwright@rsc-yh.ac.uk<br />www.rsc-yh.ac.uk JISC RSC YH Click ‘Key Topics’ and E-Safety<br />www.ceop.police.uk CEOP / Police Report illegal behavior / resources <br /> for child protection / POVA<br />www.iwf.org.uk Internet Watch Foundation report illegal content and guidance to laws on obscene material<br />Click to edit Master subtitle style<br />www.rsc-yh.ac.uk<br />| slide 14<br />RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning<br />

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