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Your AUP (in plain English)

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Pete Caggia

on 30 June 2013

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Transcript of Your AUP (in plain English)

plus, anything you can
see on the screen
and anything else that can
connect to a computer
Your Acceptable Use Policy
in plain English
WCPSS wants you
to use technology:
electronic
information
resources
for learning
and communication.
What are
electronic
information
resources?
computers
including desktops
and laptops
monitors
keyboards
mice
printers
flash drives
the
school
network
e-mail
software
programs
the
Internet
If you want to be able to use the computers,
you have to follow the rules.
What is an AUP?
The AUP is your
Acceptable Use Policy
a set of rules made by school leaders
and the Board of Education
telling what you can
Your teachers must always know
when you are using the computer.
They should also know
what you are doing.
Never use the computer without
getting permission from a teacher.
Students are expected to
use good judgment.
Having good judgment means
that when you have a choice
between doing what's right
and what's wrong
you choose
what's right.
Play games at home.
Section A.
Teachers have
responsibilites, too.
also known as
Board Policy 6446
Section B.
What you should do.
Get permission before
downloading and installing
software on school computers.
including browser updates
anti-virus software
or game player plug-ins
Google Toolbar
Section C.
What you can't do.
Don't use the computer to...
harass
Don't damage or
destroy the computer
or do anything illegal.
threaten
annoy
abuse
or embarrass others.
violate copyright
share files illegally
or anything that plugs into it.
Never use someone else's
username or password.
and never give your username
or password to anyone else.
Don't post personal or
private information online
or arrange to meet
someone you met online.
Don't try to get into
parts of the computer or
network where you are
not supposed to be.
Section D.
The consequences
Punishment for breaking rules
on the computers
You could...
be sent to the office....
lose your computer privileges...
be suspended from school...
or have to talk to some
scary and important people
in the school district office.
Online behaviors
have offline consequences.
Section E.
Privacy
The stuff you do on the
computers at school
is NOT
secure
or
private.
Teachers and principals
can look at anything you do
to make sure you are
following the rules.
If you wouldn't want
your teacher to see it...
DON'T DO IT!
Section F.
Stuff happens
Tell the teacher...
if you see something on your
computer you shouldn't
or if your computer can do
something it's not supposed to do.
don't show it to
other students.
Never use a computer
that is already logged
in as a teacher.
Why not?
See
Section D.
Section G.
It's common sense.
Respect the equipment.
Be responsible.
Follow the rules.
Section H.
It's up to you.
The school and district
provide the computers
and Internet.
but it's up to you to make
sure they get used well.
Now, go learn....
will be the same as if you did the same thing in "real life".
So, remember
you don't have any
do when using school technology.
and CANNOT
Only use the computer for what
your teacher tells you to do
You may only use
computers for your learning.
EVER.
If there's something on your
computer that shouldn't be there
The consequences
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