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Digital Life: Content and the Internet

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Beth Swantz

on 16 March 2012

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Transcript of Digital Life: Content and the Internet

CONTENT Mid-Prairie's
Technology Resources
Use Guidelines Acceptable
uses
of
Technology may NOT... play non-educational games instant message excessive personal emailing or web surfing accessing socal networking
for personal use downloading or
uploading non-school-related
content ARE PROHIBITED FROM... ...BYPASSING THE CONTENT FILTER CONDUCTING A PERSONAL BUSINESS
WITH SCHOOL'S TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTING THE SECURITY OF NETWORK PARTICIPATING IN PIRACY - ATTAINING OR DISTRIBUTING COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL HOSTING CHATS OR GAMES ON THE NETWORK Priveleges that may be denied
for disciplinary reasons... accessing a folder access to printing access to productivity apps access student info system access to library catalog access to reference databases access to the internet intellectual
property security Etiquette email vandalism network
accounts fair use live a SIMPLE life respect the
internet's
power and
content take responsibility for your conduct and online actions remember to follow your instincts as you make contact homework Video: Common Sense Media
Images: iClipart.com
Prezi: Beth Swantz, Technology Integration Specialist MAY be used for ACADEMIC,
SCHOOL-RELATED
PURPOSES creative
commons
license must give credit can not be sold may not alter,
transform,
or build upon
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