Successfully reported this slideshow.

e-Safety webinar - Nov 2013

948 views

Published on

Published in: Business, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

e-Safety webinar - Nov 2013

  1. 1. 26/11/2013 e-Safety & e-Safeguarding Glasgow Kelvin College Joan Walker & Niall Hardie JISC RSC Scotland support@rsc-sw-scotland.ac.uk
  2. 2. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 2
  3. 3. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 3 You have been shown how to right click and save pictures for use in your teaching materials. Escalate to the service provider! [phone company, Internet Service Provider] Report abuse! [to CEOP, police] Encourage safe behaviour: The person should be supported; they should stop the activity, or take no further action. No or little danger to the person. The activity is one that can continue with proper training.
  4. 4. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 4 Content Unsuitable »Pornography and sexually inappropriate content »Harmful and inappropriate material Illegal »Criminally obscene content »Copyright or Plagiarised material
  5. 5. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 5 Jane is doing some research for her travel & tourism project on Thailand in the learning resources center. By accident she comes across some images that make her feel uncomfortable and embarrassed. Escalate to the service provider! [phone company, Internet Service Provider] Report abuse! [to CEOP, police] Encourage safe behaviour: The person should be supported; they should stop the activity, or take no further action. No or little danger to the person. The activity is one that can continue with proper training.
  6. 6. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 6 Contact Click Clever, Click Safe Keep your personal stuff private and think about what you say and do online. Block people who send nasty messages and don't open unknown links and attachments Flag up with someone you trust if anything upsets you or if someone asks to meet you offline.
  7. 7. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 7 During a class discussion with a school group attending the college it emerges that 55% of the students say they have had online experiences which are embarrassing or uncomfortable. Escalate to the service provider! [phone company, Internet Service Provider] Report abuse! [to CEOP, police] Encourage safe behaviour: The person should be supported; they should stop the activity, or take no further action. No or little danger to the person. The activity is one that can continue with proper training.
  8. 8. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 8 Conduct Deliberate Accidental »Inappropriate posting of »Breaches of commercial personal data »Cyberbullying »Incitement to racial hatred / Radicalisation confidentiality »Libelous materials »Bringing the organisation into disrepute
  9. 9. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 9 Alex is using the internet in the open learning area, he is thinking about signing up to a new site where he can post pictures and talk to others. To sign up he has to enter his personal information for his profile but is unsure about doing this. Escalate to the service provider! [phone company, Internet Service Provider] Report abuse! [to CEOP, police] Encourage safe behaviour: The person should be supported; they should stop the activity, or take no further action. No or little danger to the person. The activity is one that can continue with proper training.
  10. 10. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding Commerce »Identity theft »Phishing »Malware / Spyware / Adware »Viruses / Worms / Trojens »Inappropriate Advertising »Spam 10
  11. 11. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 11 Student Georgia has a new bank account; she has a visa electron card and can use cash points. She receives an email from her bank asking her to go to a website to confirm her personal details and pin number. Escalate to the service provider! [phone company, Internet Service Provider] Report abuse! [to CEOP, police] Encourage safe behaviour: The person should be supported; they should stop the activity, or take no further action. No or little danger to the person. The activity is one that can continue with proper training.
  12. 12. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding Social Media Work Smart / Work Safe »Blogs »Micro Blogs »WIKIs »Social Networking »Media Sharing 12
  13. 13. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 13 Debbie’s friend has set up an internet site on Facebook but is unaware of the options for changing privacy settings. Debbie sees that there are some photos of her on the site. Escalate to the service provider! [phone company, Internet Service Provider] Report abuse! [to CEOP, police] Encourage safe behaviour: The person should be supported; they should stop the activity, or take no further action. No or little danger to the person. The activity is one that can continue with proper training.
  14. 14. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding 14 Institutional Responses People » Have a nominated e-safety coordinator » Raise awareness by holding workshops and events » Include in student / staff induction » Include as part of taught programme Systems » Ensure a safe and secure technology infrastructure » Use a filtering/monitoring product » Classroom management software Procedures » Have appropriate and robust acceptable use policies & appropriate sanctions for breaches » Review associated policies e.g. anti-bullying policy » Review e-safety measures regularly » Record and monitor e-safety incidents
  15. 15. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding Jisc RSC Scotland Support How we support you »Briefing presentation/ webinar »Face to Face workshop »Online Moodle module »Local Case studies »Online resource collection 15
  16. 16. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding Preparing for SID 2014 Jisc RSCs UK » Online event 28th November 16
  17. 17. e-Safety & e-Safeguarding »Jisc RSC Scotland Web Resources http://www.scoop.it/t/e-safety-e-safeguarding »Jisc RSC Scotland – Case Studies http://www.rsc-scotland.org »JISC Legal http://www.jisclegal.ac.uk/Themes/eSafety.aspx »JISC InfoNet InFokithttp://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/e-safety/ 17
  18. 18. 26/11/2013 e-Safety & e-Safeguarding Glasgow Kelvin College Joan Walker & Niall Hardie JISC RSC Scotland support@rsc-sw-scotland.ac.uk

×