1 WORKING DOCUMENT YORK REGION DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD Policy and Procedure #194.0, Use of Technology Procedure #194.1, Use of Non-Board Devices Procedure #194.2, Password Management The Use of Technology policy and procedure addresses the appropriate, responsible and acceptable use of the Board s information technology resources. Since inappropriate use of the Board s technology systems exposes the organization to risk, it is important to specify exactly what is permitted and what is prohibited. The purpose of this policy is to detail the acceptable use of our information technology resources for the protection of all parties involved. Stakeholder Groups with Responsibilities Under this Policy Board of Trustees The Director of Education Chief Information Officer Staff members Students Parents Relationship to Board priorities The Use of Technology policy and associated procedures ensures the stewardship of Board resources by demonstrating professionalism and accountability for high standards of practice in all Board operations and decisions. Implementation Timelines Immediate Overview of Major Changes to the Document Who is affected by these changes and what is the impact on current practice? Feedback, Timelines and Next Steps Revisions to the policy and procedure statement. Responsibilities of all Board stakeholders added. Additional definitions provided. Update to technology terminology Additional procedures attached to policy (Use of Non-Board Devices and Password Management) All Board staff, students, parents and other technology services users are responsible for being aware of and adhering to the responsibilities outlined in this policy and associated procedures. The Use of Technology policy and its related procedures have been approved for adoption by the system as a working document. Comments will be considered by trustees and staff members at the appropriate committee meetings in October Questions about the Use of Technology policy or procedure should be raised with your principal, manager or supervisor. If additional clarification is required, principals, managers and supervisors may contact Paulla Bennett, Chief Information Officer.
2 In accordance with Board Policy #285.0, Board Policies, Procedures and Supporting Documents, the Board welcomes all comments and suggestions on Board policy. Input is an important component of the review process. If you feel a policy and/or procedure needs to be revised, it is most helpful if you outline clearly the specific section(s) of the policy and/or procedure in which you are not comfortable, the reason(s) for your concern(s) and also suggest specific alternate wording to reflect your position. Specific recommendations should be submitted via to or to the attention of the Assistant Manager, Board and Trustee Services by fax at or in hard copy at the following mailing address: York Region District School Board The Education Centre Aurora Attention: Assistant Manager, Board and Trustee Services 60 Wellington Street West, Box 40 Aurora, ON L4G 3H2 Questions about the policy and procedure review process can be directed to the Assistant Manager, Board and Trustee Services at or extension Document History and Previous Versions Approved 2006 Revised 2011 Working Document February 2015 It is the expectation of the York Region District School Board that all employees, students and persons invited to or visiting Board property; or partaking/volunteering in Board or school-sponsored events and activities will respect the policies and procedures of the Board. The term parents refers to both biological/adoptive parents and guardians in all Board policies and procedure
3 WORKING DOCUMENT Board Policy #194.0 Use of Technology The York Region District School Board recognizes the inherent value that technology can bring to support student achievement and well-being, business excellence and staff development. The acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes for Digital Literacy will support inclusivity, positive and meaningful relationships, innovation, engagement, responsibility and optimism. It is expected that technology and technology services supplied by the Board will be used in an appropriate, responsible and appropriate manner. This includes, but is not limited to, all Board-provisioned technology and personal technologies connecting to the Board s network and accessing Board technology services such as the internet, , collaboration tools and digital learning platforms. Application of Policy All York Region District School Board students, trustees, staff members, school council members, volunteers and other authorized individuals who are given access to the Board s technology and technology services are required to know and abide by the Use of Technology policy in order to ensure that information technology is being used in a safe, appropriate and responsible manner. Where it is determined that users have breached this policy the Board will take appropriate measures to address the situation. This may include, but is not limited to disciplinary action, where appropriate, and in accordance with all applicable Board policies and procedures. Relevant federal and provincial laws and regulations also govern the use of Board technology and/or technology services. Legislative Context Copyright Act Education Act Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Ontario Human Rights Code Criminal Code Personal Health Information Protection Act Safe and Accepting Schools Act Responsibilities The Board of Trustees is responsible for: reviewing the Use of Technology policy in accordance with the priorities in the Trustees Multi-Year Plan and the approved policy review cycle; and understanding and communicating with members of the community about the Use of Technology policy, as required. The Director of Education is responsible for: implementing and operationalizing the Use of Technology policy. The Associate Directors and Coordinating Superintendents are responsible for: supporting and providing direction to staff members about the application of the Use of Technology policy.
4 Superintendents, principals, managers and supervisors are responsible for: ensuring staff members are aware of the Use of Technology policy; the overall coordination and management of school and workplace technologies; ensuring compliance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, as it relates to the management of personal and private information; and ensuring compliance of the acceptable use of Board and personal technology when accessing the Board s network and technology services. Staff members are responsible for: the overall management of student use of computing and information technology facilities and resources within their areas of responsibility or when acting in a supervisory role, where applicable; and instructing and modeling the appropriate use of technology, where applicable. All York Region District School Board technology and/or technology service users are responsible for: ensuring use of Board technology and/or technology services are only accessed by those to whom the technology resource is assigned; ensuring that any use of personal and Board-provisioned devices that access Board resources, such as, but not limited to, , enterprise systems, student/staff data and information are password protected to restrict unauthorized access to these devices; using Board technology and technology services in an appropriate, responsible and ethical manner consistent with the professional, educational, informational and recreational purposes for which they are provided; refraining from using technology in a malicious manner or with intent to bring harm to the Board s technology resources or technology services; complying with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, as it relates to the management of personal and private information; modeling the appropriate use of technology; and ensuring inappropriate and irresponsible use of technology is reported to Information Technology Services. Definitions User Users include, but are not limited to, students, trustees, staff members, members of Board committees, school council chairs, volunteers, parents and guardians, and all other persons given authorized access to the York Region District School Board s technology and/or technology services. Users may access these services from locations other than their work locations. Appropriate and Responsible Use Using Board technology services in a respectful and ethical manner that is consistent with all Board policies and procedures and is directly aligned to the York Region District School Board s knowledge, skills and attitudes for digital literacy.
5 Board Technology Services Board technology services include; access to the Board s network from any location, such as, but not limited to, schools, workplaces, home, other offsite locations, Board-provisioned hardware including, but not limited to, removable and/or external storage devices, access to the Board s network and/or technology services from a personal device, and Board-provisioned software and applications including, but not limited to, cloud-based resources. Personal Technology Personal technology is any device that is not Board provisioned, such as, but not limited to, personal computers, smart phones and tablets. Collaboration Tools Collaboration tools facilitate the sharing of content and multi-user contribution to content modification and creation. Digital Learning Tools Digital learning tools are accessed using technology devices typically via an internet connection, such as, but not limited to, Moodle, Google Apps, social media and Desire2Learn. Personal and Private Information Personal and private information of students and staff members is protected under the Municipal Freedom and Protection of Privacy Act. The Board is obligated by this Act to carefully manage all personal information within our custody and control how it is collected, used and released. This includes not giving out personal information belonging to students, parents or staff, such as home address, telephone number, age, religion, or family status without permission. This is not an exhaustive list of personal information. Individual consent to post personal information on the Internet is necessary as the information is outside of the Board s custody and control once it is on the web. Department Information Technology Services Policy History Approved 2006 Revised 2011 Working Document February 2015 It is the expectation of the York Region District School Board that all employees, students and persons invited to or visiting Board property; or partaking/volunteering in Board or school-sponsored events and activities will respect the policies and procedures of the Board. The term parents refers to both parents and guardians in all Board policies and procedures.
6 WORKING DOCUMENT Board Procedure #194.0 Use of Technology This procedure outlines the expectations of the York Region District School Board with relation to the use of technology services supplied by the Board. All users of Board s technology and/or technology services are required to know and abide by this procedure in order to ensure that information technology is being used in a safe, appropriate and responsible manner. Use of personal devices on non-board networks when used in work and school learning environments are also subject to this procedure as further outlined in the Use of Non-Board Devices procedure. Application of Procedure Irresponsible and Unethical Use The following actions are considered irresponsible and unethical use of Board-provisioned technology and technology services: knowingly or unknowingly acting in such a way that contravenes any of the following Board policies and/or procedures; Policy and Procedure #158.0, Information Access and Privacy Protection, Policy and Procedure #160.0 Records and Information Management, Policy and Procedure #222.0 Conflict of Interest, Policy and Procedure #240.0 Respectful Workplace and Learning Environment, Policy and Procedure # 545.0, Intellectual Property, Copyright and Professional Services, Policy and Procedure #578.0, Professional Misconduct and Progressive Discipline, Policy and Procedure #668.0, Caring and Safe Schools responding to phishing s where usernames and passwords are requested; using the Internet for unauthorized, unethical purposes or as otherwise deemed content inappropriate, such as, but not limited to the following; using electronic recording devices in the workplace to record any interactions between two or more parties unless all parties explicitly consent, attempting to modify or gain access to files, passwords, or data belonging to others, seeking unauthorized access to any computer system or damaging or altering software components, sending, receiving or subscribing to, displaying or downloading content that is illegal, or may reasonably be construed as obscene or offensive, including, but not limited to, text, written or audio communications and images/graphics, use of distribution lists without appropriate authorization, using abusive or objectionable language in either public or private messages, misrepresenting oneself or the Board, lobbying elected officials, campaigning for any individual running for municipal, provincial or federal office, sending chain letters, using the internet for personal use during regularly scheduled working hours, taking part in other activities that could cause congestion and disruption of networks and systems,
7 intentionally deleting s with informational value to the detriment of legal and statutory Board operations, and willfully collecting, maintaining or disclosing personal information in contravention of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. All Board technology and/or technology service users are responsible for understanding that: the Board is not responsible for the: appropriateness of Internet content, accuracy or reliability of information located on the Internet, loss, damage, or inaccessibility of information due to technical or other difficulties, or costs or losses incurred by users; their conduct could reflect on the reputation of the Board and its staff members; is not private, because others may be able to read, access and monitor communications; and the Board may monitor and access communication in a reasonable manner to; maintain and ensure the efficient use of the Board services, ensure compliance with Board policies and acceptable use agreements, and assist staff members in the event of prolonged absence. Definitions is and electronic mail system that allows users to communicate with each other and persons not employed by the Board. The York Region District School Board s standard platform is Microsoft Office/Outlook Web Access. An message may be considered a record if made or received in connection with the transaction of Board business and therefore must be retained in accordance with all applicable record and information management and Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual Privacy policies, procedures and legislation. The value of a record is determined by its subject and not its format. Online Social Networking Online social networking is a process whereby online users are able to connect to other users in a variety ways and for a variety of purposes, including educational purposes. Current tools include, but are not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn. Responsibilities The Director of Education shall: allocate staff and resources to support the Use of Technology procedure. Information Technology Services (ITS) shall: support the connectivity of Board-provisioned devices and personal technology devices to the Board network for work and learning purposes; not ask users for their passwords in an ; monitor and update procedures linked to the Use of Technology policy as emerging technologies change the way staff and students engage in work and learning; and integrate other policies into Project Management and Operation Support practices.
8 The Coordinating Superintendent of Business and Chief Financial Officer shall: when notified by Information Technology Services of any inappropriate content on any Boardprovisioned technology, determine the appropriate action in consultation with the Chief Information Officer, Information Technology Services and other senior staff members, as necessary. The Chief Information Officer shall: manage any issues that arise from s sent to the Inappropriate Account on a case-by-case basis in conjunction with Coordinating Superintendent of Business and Chief Financial Officer and appropriate senior staff member; and notify the associated superintendent and Human Resources where applicable of any inappropriate content on any Board-provisioned technology of which they become aware, where applicable. Superintendents, Principals, Managers and Supervisors shall: ensure this procedure is communicated to their staff upon hiring and annually thereafter; not accept any donated computers as this may negatively impact on the Board s ability to effectively license, manage, secure and support solutions for classroom programs; and apply corrective and disciplinary measures to address staff members in violation of this procedure. Principals, Managers and Supervisors shall: coordinate and manage computing and information technology facilities and resources for staff and students; manage internet filtering for their school or department, where applicable; ensure staff members adhere to the proper usage of personal technology when used in any Board facility including the use of any online social networking tools; distribute the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement to staff, students and parents, where applicable; ensure clearly defined sanctions, appropriate to the degree of severity for misuse and/or illegal use of the Board s computing and information technology facilities and resources as stated in the school's code of conduct are applied; and report abuses of the Use of Technology policy and procedure to their superintendent. All staff members shall: take reasonable steps to manage and actively supervise student use of computing and information technology facilities and resources within their assigned teaching areas and when acting in a supervisory role, where appropriate; instruct all students to adhere to this procedure and the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement, where appropriate; use this procedure and/or the school's code of behaviour when applying sanctions for misuse and/or illegal use of the Board s computing and information technology facilities and resources, where appropriate; report any suspected inappropriate use of Board technology or technology services to the principal; and if using social networking tools, do so with the appropriate understandings of the effective educational use of these tools, avoiding any personal uses when engaging with students, parents and colleagues for professional purposes.
9 Students shall: make sure they understand and follow the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement; and only use Board and personal technologies for educational purposes as defined by the teacher and instructional purpose in Board facilities. All users shall: familiarize themselves with and understand this procedure and abide by its expectations and restrictions; use technology resources in ways that do not disrupt other users or compromise the functionality of the system; maintain their password and user identification confidentiality; restrict access to their password(s); familiarize themselves with the technology resources provided to them, including system maintenance and administration procedures; ensure records retention requirements are met by referring to the Classification and Retention Schedule for advice on information ownership within the Board; refrain from connecting network devices, such as, but not limited to, mini-hub switches or wireless routers without obtaining prior approval from Information Technology Services; if they are in receipt of inappropriate s, forward in its entirety (not cut and pasted) so that any relevant header information is retained to the Inappropriate Account; delete spam mail upon receipt and not to the Inappropriate Account; and report to the Chief Information Officer, any inappropriate content on any Board-provisioned technology of which they become aware. Department Director s Services Information Technology Services Procedure History Approved 2006 Approved 2008 Revised 2011 Working Document February 2015 It is the expectation of the York Region District School Board that all employees, students and persons invited to or visiting Board property; or partaking/volunteering in Board or school-sponsored events and activities will respect the policies and procedures of the Board. The term parents refers to both parents and guardians in all Board policies and procedures.
10 Board Procedure #194.1 Use of Non-Board Devices This procedure outlines the expectations of the York Region District School Board regarding the use of non-board owned technology, commonly referred to as the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Program. The purpose of this procedure is to outline instructions for use of Non-Board Devices during the work and/or instructional day. This procedure applies to any person who utilizes a Non-Board Device during the work and/or instructional day, in a Board building or Board event, activity or program whether connected to the Board s network or not, including, but not limited to, students, trustees, staff members, guests, contractors, partners and vendors. Application of Procedure The following principles apply to all users. The Use of Non-Board Devices (Bring Your own Device (BYOD) Program) is not a mandatory practice and implementation is at the discretion of the principal or department manager. Board business must be done using Board-provisioned technology tools. This does not necessarily mean the device but includes the content and/or data capturing mechanism, such as, but not limited to, sending a Board from a personal device. Definitions Non-Board Device (NBD) Any computing device not owned or provided by the Board to a user that is brought into a Board building or to a Board event, activity or program by any user whether used for instructional or personal purposes shall be considered a Non-Board Device even if they are not connected to the Board s network. Responsibilities The Director of Education shall: allocate staff and resources to support the Use of Non-Board Devices procedure. The Coordinating Superintendent of Business and Chief Financial Officer shall: when notified by the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of any inappropriate content on any Non-Board Device, determine the appropriate action in consultation with the CIO and other senior staff member, as necessary. The Chief Information Officer shall: WORKING DOCUMENT manage any issues that arise in conjunction with the appropriate superintendent, principal, manager or supervisor, as necessary; and notify the Coordinating Superintendent of Business and Chief Financial Officer of any inappropriate use on any Non-Board Device of which they become aware.
11 Superintendents, Principals, Managers and Supervisors shall: ensure that all users are compliant with the Information Access and Privacy Protection policy, procedure and supporting documents and the Records and Information Management policy, procedure and supporting documents; and apply corrective and disciplinary measures, as appropriate, to address violations of this procedure. Principals, Managers and Supervisors shall: work in conjunction with staff, parents and students to develop expectations regarding the use of Non-Board Devices; communicate expectations to all users; where applicable, work in conjunction with staff, students, parents and members of the community, to outline effective use of Non-Board Devices in schools and classrooms; ensure staff members adhere to the proper usage of Non-Board Devices when used in any Board facility including the use of any online social networking tools; distribute the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement to users; ensure clearly defined sanctions appropriate to the degree of severity for misuse and/or illegal use of the Board s computing and information technology facilities and resources as stated in the school's code of conduct; report abuses of this procedure and corresponding policy to the Chief Information Officer; and apply corrective and disciplinary measures, as appropriate, to address violations of this procedure. Information Technology Services (ITS) shall: not provide technical support to Non-Board Devices with the exception of facilitating network connectivity, where appropriate; and enforce password/pin code requirements on non-board Devices that are syncing to Board technology system(s). Instructional staff members shall: advocate for and practice safe, legal and responsible use of communication, information and technology; be able to articulate the pedagogical purposes for students utilizing personal technology within their classroom or area or responsibility; communicate with and ensure their principal has approved the use of non-board devices within the school or learning environment; manage and actively supervise student use of Non-Board Devices within their assigned teaching areas and when acting in a supervisory role; make sure all students understand adhere to this procedure and the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement; use this procedure and/or the school's code of conduct when applying sanctions for misuse and/or illegal use of the Board s computing and information technology facilities and resources; and if using social networking tools, do so with the appropriate understandings of the effective educational use of these tools, avoiding any personal uses when engaging with students, parents and colleagues for professional purposes.
12 Students shall: advocate for and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology; understand and follow the Information Technology Acceptable Use Agreement; and only use Board and personal technologies for educational purposes as defined by the teacher and instructional purpose in Board facilities. All users shall: understand and adhere to it s the Use of Non-Board Devices procedure; use personal technology in ways that do not disrupt other users or compromise the functionality of the system; maintain their password and user identification confidentiality; restrict access to their passwords; and familiarize themselves with the technology resources provided to them, including system maintenance and administration procedures. Department Information Technology Services Procedure History Working Document February 2015 It is the expectation of the York Region District School Board that all employees, students and persons invited to or visiting Board property; or partaking/volunteering in Board or school-sponsored events and activities will respect the policies and procedures of the Board. The term parents refers to both biological/adoptive parents and guardians in all Board policies and procedures.
13 WORKING DOCUMENT Board Procedure #194.2 Password Management This procedure outlines the appropriate use and maintenance of passwords. It will help users understand why strong passwords are a necessity, and allow users to create passwords that are both secure and useable. This procedure will educate users on the secure use of passwords. This procedure applies to all York Region District School Board students, trustees, staff members, school councils and other authorized individuals who are provided with an account on the Boards network or systems. Application of Procedure Password Construction Guidelines Passwords should; be at least eight characters in length, be comprised of a mix of letters, numbers and special characters (punctuation marks and symbols), not be comprised of, or otherwise utilize, words that can be found in a dictionary, not be comprised of an obvious keyboard sequence (i.e. qwert), and not include guessable data such as, but not limited to, personal information about yourself, your spouse, your pet, your children, birthdays, addresses, phone numbers, locations. Confidentiality Guidelines All users shall adhere to the following confidentiality guidelines with respect to secure passwords. Users must; not disclose their passwords to anyone; not share their passwords with others (co-workers, supervisors, family etc.); not write down their passwords and leave them unsecured; not check the save password box when authenticating to applications; not use the same password for different systems and/or accounts; not send passwords via ; not re-use passwords; and change passwords every 60 days. Passwords should be considered confidential data and treated with the same discretion as any of the Board s proprietary information. It is the users responsibility to immediately report any suspicious activity involving his or her password(s) to the Enterprise Helpdesk. Any request for passwords over the phone or , whether the request came from Board personnel or not, should be expediently reported. In the event that a password is suspected to have been compromised, the Enterprise Helpdesk Team will request that the user(s) change all his or her passwords. Violations may result in disciplinary action, which may include suspension, restriction of access, or more severe penalties up to and including termination of employment, as appropriate. Where illegal activities or theft of Board property (physical or intellectual) are suspected, the York Region District School Board may report such activities to the applicable authorities;
14 Definitions Authentication A security method used to verify the identity of a user and authorize access to a system or network. Password A sequence of characters used to authenticate a user to a file, computer, network, or other device. Also known as a pass phrase or pass code. Two Factor Authentication A means of authenticating a user that utilizes two methods: something the user has, and something the user knows. Examples include smart cards, tokens, or biometrics, in combination with a password. Responsibilities The Director of Education shall: allocate staff and resources to support the Password Management procedure. The Chief Information Officer shall: manage any issues that arise in conjunction with the appropriate principal, manager supervisor and senior staff member, where appropriate; and ensure that staff members receive a reminder (s) as the password expiry date approaches in order to provide the user with adequate time to change his or her password. All Board technology and/or technology service users shall: adhere to the password construction and confidentiality guidelines. Department Information Technology Services Procedure History Working Document February 2015 It is the expectation of the York Region District School Board that all employees, students and persons invited to or visiting Board property; or partaking/volunteering in Board or school-sponsored events and activities will respect the policies and procedures of the Board. The term parents refers to both biological/adoptive parents and guardians in all Board policies and procedure.
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POLICY: INTERNET AND ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION # 406 SECTION: 400 : Facilities and Equipment Page 1 of 8 APPROVAL/REVISION EFFECTIVE REVIEW DATE: March 2, 2009 DATE: March 10, 1009 DATE: March 2014 CROSS
Created: 2/18/2011 Page 1 of 8 'Namgis First Nation is hereinafter referred to as "the government." 1.0 Overview Though there are a number of reasons to provide a user network access, by far the most common
Broadband Acceptable Use Policy Contents General... 3 Your Responsibilities... 3 Use of Email with particular regards to SPAM... 4 Bulk Email... 5 Denial of Service... 5 Administration of Policy... 6 2
Forrestville Valley School District #221 Student Acknowledgment of Receipt of Administrative Procedures for Acceptable Use of the Electronic Network 2015-2016 All use of electronic networks shall be consistent
Policies and Procedures Social Media Policy 1 1. Introduction...3 2. Privacy settings and personal information.....3 3. Use of Social Media at Work.....4 4. Account Administrators and Login Details......4
(Return this page to the Executive Staff member or Principal) MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS EMPLOYEE ACCESS RELEASE AND AUTHORIZATION FORM MCS warehouse form No. 14197 As a condition of using the MCS network, I
POLICY TITLE: Computer and Network Services: Acceptable Internet Use Policy POLICY NO: 698 PAGE 1 of 9 GENERAL Internet access is a service provided for students and staff members by this school district.
MARIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL INTERNET ACCOUNT Acceptable Use Agreement TERMS AND CONDITIONS Please read the following carefully before signing this document. INTERNET access is coordinated
Technology Department 1350 Main Street Cambria, CA 93428 Technology Acceptable Use and Security Policy The Technology Acceptable Use and Security Policy ( policy ) applies to all CUSD employees and any
1 of 9 PURPOSE: To define standards for appropriate and secure use of MCG Health electronic systems, specifically e-mail systems, Internet access, phones (static or mobile; including voice mail) wireless
Revelstoke Board of Education Policy Manual 3.8 Computer, Internet and BCeSIS Usage and Access This policy shall govern the use of computer equipment, software, the network, e-mail, Internet and BCeSIS
File: GAB/IIBEA ACCEPTABLE COMPUTER SYSTEM USE The School Board provides a computer system, including the internet, to promote educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation and communication.
Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy Overview The information technology resources of Providence College are owned and maintained by Providence College. Use of this technology is a privilege, not
Acceptable Use Policy Holy Spirit Catholic School For the use of Computers, Mobile Devices, Internet Access, Google Apps for Education Suite, and Internet Applications Definitions User includes anyone,
HUMAN RESOURCES POLICIES & PROCEDURES Policy title Application IT systems and social networking policy All employees and students CONTENTS PAGE Introduction and scope 2 General points 2 Authorisation to
R 2361/Page 1 of 12 R 2361 ACCEPTABLE USE OF COMPUTER NETWORKS/COMPUTERS AND RESOURCES The school district provides computer equipment, computer services, and Internet access to its pupils and staff for
1 The COLUSA EDUCATORS WIDE AREA NETWORK (CEWAN) a consortium of the Colusa County Office of Education (CCOE) with Colusa Unified School District, Maxwell Unified School District, Williams Unified School
ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (AUP) POLICY NUMBER: 8.71 PURPOSE/SCOPE: This establishes the School Board Policy for Acceptable Use of Information Resources and applies to all users of DCPS information resources.
Page 1 of 8 I. PURPOSE To outline the University's policies for students, faculty, staff and others, concerning the use of the University's computing and communication resources, including those dealing
BUCKEYE EXPRESS HIGH SPEED INTERNET SERVICE ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY The Acceptable Use Policy ("the Policy") governs use of the Buckeye Express High Speed Internet Service ("the Service"). All subscribers
To view the complete Information and Security Policies and Procedures, log into the Intranet through the IRSC.edu website. Click on the Institutional Technology (IT) Department link, then the Information
Odessa College Use of Computer Resources Policy Policy Date: November 2010 1.0 Overview Odessa College acquires, develops, and utilizes computer resources as an important part of its physical and educational
Department of Homeland Security Management Directive System MD Number: 4900 INDIVIDUAL USE AND OPERATION OF DHS INFORMATION SYSTEMS/ COMPUTERS 1. Purpose This directive establishes the Department of Homeland
Page 1 of 8 Date of Issue October 2013 Original Date of Issue June 2012 Subject INFORMATION AND COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY - APPROPRIATE USE GUIDELINES FOR STUDENTS References This APM replaces A1160 Computing
GUILFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY Telecommunications is radically changing the way the world accesses information. A computer network, linked to the Internet, an international computer network
Page 1 of 5 Purpose This regulation implements Board policy JS by setting forth specific procedures, requirements and restrictions and conditions governing student use of District Information Technology
OXFORD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS 10 North Washington Street, Oxford, Michigan 48371 ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY 1. Purpose Oxford Community Schools (the District ) recognizes that advancements in technology affect the
TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY FOR STUDENTS PURPOSE This policy provides the procedures, rules, guidelines and codes of conduct for the use of the technology and information networks at Socorro Consolidated
C H E R O K E E C H R I S TIAN SCHOOLS ( E L E M E N TARY SCHOOL) I N F O R M A TION TECHNOLOGY AND A C C E P TABLE USE POLICY Cherokee Christian Schools (the School ) provides Information Technology (IT)