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Your Childs Online Experience Acceptable Use Policy, Online Safety, & Photo Permission Forms Meredith Booth Bailey Hannapel Beth Sherron Meredith Booth.

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1 Your Childs Online Experience Acceptable Use Policy, Online Safety, & Photo Permission Forms Meredith Booth Bailey Hannapel Beth Sherron Meredith Booth Bailey Hannapel Beth Sherron

2 Table of Contents Acceptable Use Policies What is it and why is it necessary? The Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) The Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) How does COPPA protect my child? Photo Permission Forms Why are they necessary? Should I sign one for my child? More information Ms. Booths ikeepbookmarks webpage Acceptable Use Policies What is it and why is it necessary? The Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) The Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) How does COPPA protect my child? Photo Permission Forms Why are they necessary? Should I sign one for my child? More information Ms. Booths ikeepbookmarks webpage

3 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) An AUP is a set of general guidelines that outlines what is appropriate and inappropriate use of school computers and networks. WHY? An AUP protects students from viewing unsuitable material on the Internet, protects students privacy and school liability. Both the student and parent sign the AUP stating that they will abide by the guidelines set forth by the school system. An AUP is a set of general guidelines that outlines what is appropriate and inappropriate use of school computers and networks. WHY? An AUP protects students from viewing unsuitable material on the Internet, protects students privacy and school liability. Both the student and parent sign the AUP stating that they will abide by the guidelines set forth by the school system.

4 AUPs Continued… AUPs vary from school system to school system. For more information on our school districts AUP for elementary school students, check out this link: nt/policies/elemaup.html nt/policies/elemaup.html AUPs vary from school system to school system. For more information on our school districts AUP for elementary school students, check out this link: nt/policies/elemaup.html nt/policies/elemaup.html

5 Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Students under age 13 must have parental consent for commercial websites to collect personal information. Parents, or teachers during the school day, can give consent or revoke their consent at any time. Most school districts have a strict policy about disclosing student information. Students under age 13 must have parental consent for commercial websites to collect personal information. Parents, or teachers during the school day, can give consent or revoke their consent at any time. Most school districts have a strict policy about disclosing student information.

6 COPPA Continued… Parents and teachers must work together to ensure student online privacy For more information on COPPA: ne/teachers.htm ne/teachers.htm Parents and teachers must work together to ensure student online privacy For more information on COPPA: ne/teachers.htm ne/teachers.htm

7 Photo Permission Forms Parents must sign a photo permission form stating whether or not their childs name, picture, or other work may be published. The students work may then be published in newsletters, local newspapers, or other school publications. Here is an example of what a photo permission form might look like Parents must sign a photo permission form stating whether or not their childs name, picture, or other work may be published. The students work may then be published in newsletters, local newspapers, or other school publications. Here is an example of what a photo permission form might look like

8 Photo Permission Continued… In our school, if permission is given, a students work will be posted using their first name only. Group photos, however, that do not include students names do not require parental permission. We will use class websites to publish student work on the Internet so that it can be viewed by parents, students, relatives, and other teachers. In our school, if permission is given, a students work will be posted using their first name only. Group photos, however, that do not include students names do not require parental permission. We will use class websites to publish student work on the Internet so that it can be viewed by parents, students, relatives, and other teachers.

9 For more information For more information about online safety, check out: Ms. Booth's Bookmarks Webpage Information for this presentation is courtesy of: >The Virginia Department of Education >The Federal Trade Commission >Flemington-Raritan Regional Schools and >The Alamance-Burlington School District For more information about online safety, check out: Ms. Booth's Bookmarks Webpage Information for this presentation is courtesy of: >The Virginia Department of Education >The Federal Trade Commission >Flemington-Raritan Regional Schools and >The Alamance-Burlington School District


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