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Mobile Learning and the Law     Virtual Realities 2       Friday, 18 January 2013
Hello!Jason Miles-CampbellJisc Legal Service Managerwww.jisclegal.ac.ukinfo@jisclegal.ac.uk0141 548 4939                  ...
About Jisc Legal• Role: to avoid legal issues becoming a  barrier to the use of technology in tertiary  education• Informa...
Have you heard of Jisc Legal before?                                                   45%1. Hello again, Jason2. Yes, fai...
When it comes to legal issues...                                           40%1. I’m confident                            ...
Why Comply?•   It’s the law•   Confidence v uncertainty•   Example•   Reputation•   Quality inspection•   But risk managem...
Legal bill for defamation accusation...                                           68%1. They’ll do it for free2. 65p3. £6....
The IssuesCopyright (using other people’s stuff)Data protection (respecting privacy)e-Safety (protecting users)e-Security ...
The DifferenceNot linked to place (mobile!)Personal, invasive and pervasiveOwn deviceCombines access and communication
What’s the biggest issue about                      mobile?                                                  33%       1. ...
Copyright & Mobile DevicesHow to be ‘AppyT&Cs‘Personal use’Per device, per user,multi-use
Do you have a mobile device with copyright       infringing content with you?      58%1. Can I call my lawyer?2. Maybe.3. ...
Data Protection & Mobile DevicesCompliance and privacyPurposes / purpose creepSurveillanceMarketing - PECRs
e-Safety & Mobile DevicesEnables new, pervasivecommunicationAnonymity and accessDuty of careCriminal offences
e-Security & Mobile DevicesBYODBYOVRDLYODDP, liability,breach of T&Cs
Think about mobileaccess/delivery when  choosing learning     resources.
Ensure                  data protection                    awareness.                    Don’t let techie                 ...
Ensure your e-safety policies and procedures      cover mobile.Ensure you have e-safety policies and procedures in the fir...
Are you confident learners know     how to report concerns?                         52%1. Yes2. No                        ...
Ensure your e-security  and acceptable use   policies are fit for      mobile use.
Keep legal risk in                   perspective.                  Have risk assessment                  procedures in pla...
What should we do about risk?1. Ignore it                             90%2. Eliminate it3. Think about it4. Take steps to ...
Monitor impact and  effectiveness.
Ask for feedback, provide support.
Are learners involved with development,           review and impact of policy?                                      60%   ...
Next steps? 1. Go back and say well done!                              38% 2. Start a conversation with    management     ...
Contact Jisc Legalinfo@jisclegal.ac.uk0141 548 4939www.jisclegal.ac.ukhttp://twitter.com/JiscLegal
Did you find this presentation useful?  1. Utterly fantastic             95%  2. Brilliant  3. Pretty good  4. Good  5. So...
Your questions                 30
Jisc Legal is hosted by the University of Strathclyde,         a charitable body, registered in Scotland,           with r...
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  1. 1. Mobile Learning and the Law Virtual Realities 2 Friday, 18 January 2013
  2. 2. Hello!Jason Miles-CampbellJisc Legal Service Managerwww.jisclegal.ac.ukinfo@jisclegal.ac.uk0141 548 4939 2
  3. 3. About Jisc Legal• Role: to avoid legal issues becoming a barrier to the use of technology in tertiary education• Information service: we cannot take decisions for you when you are faced with a risk 3
  4. 4. Have you heard of Jisc Legal before? 45%1. Hello again, Jason2. Yes, fairly often3. Yes, used occasionally 20% 20%4. Vague acquaintance 10%5. What’s that, then? 5% 1 2 3 4 5
  5. 5. When it comes to legal issues... 40%1. I’m confident 30%2. I’ve a fair idea3. I dabble 20%4. I ask others 10%5. I hide in the toilet 0% 1 2 3 4 5
  6. 6. Why Comply?• It’s the law• Confidence v uncertainty• Example• Reputation• Quality inspection• But risk management 7
  7. 7. Legal bill for defamation accusation... 68%1. They’ll do it for free2. 65p3. £6.50 32%4. £65005. £6,500,000 0% 0% 0% 1 2 3 4 5 8
  8. 8. The IssuesCopyright (using other people’s stuff)Data protection (respecting privacy)e-Safety (protecting users)e-Security (protecting the organisation)
  9. 9. The DifferenceNot linked to place (mobile!)Personal, invasive and pervasiveOwn deviceCombines access and communication
  10. 10. What’s the biggest issue about mobile? 33% 1. Copyright 29% 29% 2. Data protection 3. e-Safety 10% 4. e-Security 5. Haggis 0% 1 2 3 4 5Slide 11 of 27
  11. 11. Copyright & Mobile DevicesHow to be ‘AppyT&Cs‘Personal use’Per device, per user,multi-use
  12. 12. Do you have a mobile device with copyright infringing content with you? 58%1. Can I call my lawyer?2. Maybe.3. I’m looking around and see 26% what option others are pressing.4. Yes. 5% 5% 5%5. Definitely not, guv. Honest. 1 2 3 4 5
  13. 13. Data Protection & Mobile DevicesCompliance and privacyPurposes / purpose creepSurveillanceMarketing - PECRs
  14. 14. e-Safety & Mobile DevicesEnables new, pervasivecommunicationAnonymity and accessDuty of careCriminal offences
  15. 15. e-Security & Mobile DevicesBYODBYOVRDLYODDP, liability,breach of T&Cs
  16. 16. Think about mobileaccess/delivery when choosing learning resources.
  17. 17. Ensure data protection awareness. Don’t let techie enthusiasm run away.Slide 12 of 28
  18. 18. Ensure your e-safety policies and procedures cover mobile.Ensure you have e-safety policies and procedures in the first place.
  19. 19. Are you confident learners know how to report concerns? 52%1. Yes2. No 29%3. Don’t know 19% 1 2 3
  20. 20. Ensure your e-security and acceptable use policies are fit for mobile use.
  21. 21. Keep legal risk in perspective. Have risk assessment procedures in place.Slide 18 of 27
  22. 22. What should we do about risk?1. Ignore it 90%2. Eliminate it3. Think about it4. Take steps to manage it5. Run around screaming 0% 5% 0% 5% 1 2 3 4 5
  23. 23. Monitor impact and effectiveness.
  24. 24. Ask for feedback, provide support.
  25. 25. Are learners involved with development, review and impact of policy? 60% 1. Always 2. Sometimes 3. Seldom 25% 4. Never 10% 5% 0% 5. Depends who’s asking 1 2 3 4 5Slide 22 of 27
  26. 26. Next steps? 1. Go back and say well done! 38% 2. Start a conversation with management 25% 3. Re-write a few policies 19% 4. Monitor what’s in place already 13% 5. Get further support 6% 6. Point at the guy over there and 0% say ‘his problem!’ 1 2 3 4 5 6Slide 23 of 27
  27. 27. Contact Jisc Legalinfo@jisclegal.ac.uk0141 548 4939www.jisclegal.ac.ukhttp://twitter.com/JiscLegal
  28. 28. Did you find this presentation useful? 1. Utterly fantastic 95% 2. Brilliant 3. Pretty good 4. Good 5. Sorry, I was on Facebook... 0% 0% 0% 5% 1 2 3 4 5Slide 22 of 27
  29. 29. Your questions 30
  30. 30. Jisc Legal is hosted by the University of Strathclyde, a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC015263. This work, with the exception of logos, and any other content marked with aseparate copyright notice, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence. Attribution should be “© Jisc Legal – www.jisclegal.ac.uk –used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence” (with clickableURLs where possible). The use of logos in the work is licensed for use only on non-derivative copies. Further information at www.jisclegal.ac.uk/CopyrightPolicy. 31

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