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computer ethics for educators

  1. 1. Computer Ethics for Educators REPORTED BY: JESSA L. DELINGON II-BSICTE
  2. 2. Code of Ethics:  RESPECT FOR PRIVACY -Educators should not post information about students or colleagues without explicit permission. -Educators should not allow students access to cumulative records or private information.
  3. 3.  RESPECT FOR OWNERSHIP -Educators should not post material authored or created by another without his/her permission.  RESPECT FOR THE NETWORK -Educators should refrain from using network resources to store excessive amounts of data, especially non-job related data.
  4. 4.  DUTY TO EDUCATE - Educators should discuss with students ethical standards expected for a particular course and curriculum. -Educators should make all reasonable efforts to insure that students will not be exposed to any defamatory, abusive, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, racially offensive, harassing, or illegal material while using the Internet.
  5. 5.  Acceptable Use Policy - The policy: School provides computers and Internet service for the use of students, teachers, staff, and administration. The computers provide access to local, national, and international sources of information. All users must act in a responsible, ethical, and legal manner in accordance with the educational objectives and the Honor Code of the school. Computer use and access to the Internet is a privilege, not a right. This privilege entails responsibility. All faculty is asked to read, discuss, and sign the Acceptable Use Policy, to indicate their full cooperation with our computer and Internet use policy.
  6. 6. Responsibilities: 1. The technology department will supervise and provide appropriate guidance and instruction to faculty in the use of our computer resources 2.Faculty members are expected to demonstrate ethical behavior when using computers and network resources 3. Educational value of faculty computer use is the joint responsibility of administration, department heads, and members of the school board.
  7. 7. Restrictions: The following are NOT permitted: 1. Accessing, uploading, downloading, transmitting, displaying, or distributing obscene, profane, lewd, vulgar, rude, inflammatory, threatening or disrespectful language at any time on any computer in the school 2. Damaging computers, computer systems, networks, spreading of computer viruses 3. Posting personal information on the Internet 4. Violating copyrights, plagiarism, trespassing in another personal folders, work, or files on all computers 5. Violating local, state, or federal statute
  8. 8. Thank you 

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