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Acceptable Use Policy

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Krupali Shah

on 25 January 2015

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Video Let us brain storm 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Introduction First, to understand the importance of AUP, it is crucial for us to know about the use of electronics.
In today’s world, everyone uses electronics everywhere. They are used for many purposes. Since it is impossible to cover up the use at every place, let's focus on their use in schools. Computers and cellphones are used to do research, create assignments, make files and documents and to do presentations like this one.
Let me ask you, among you all at least 50% have some kind of electronics that they currently own and carry around. What is an Acceptable use policy Definition of an AUP This policy states all that can and cannot be done on an electronic device at certain places. The AUP are a set of rules that are produced by schools, universities, workplaces, job force, etc... These documents are written for users to reduce the amount of futile problems that can occur. Big websites also have their own AUP called “Terms of Use”. Without these AUP's, it would be extremely impossible to safely monitor an user's activity on an electronic device. Advantages and Disadvantages Creating your own Keeping schools as the location, here are some of the many ideas that an AUP can contain:
--Students are not to actively sneak out and visit inappropriate websites. --Students will not post personal information about other people without permission.
--Students will not engage in cyber bullying.
--Students are responsible for all downloading done into the computer. Cell phones can be confiscated by teachers.
--No data is to be plagiarized under any circumstances. Why an AUP? Some facts to display the importance of an AUP:
--1 in 3 young people have experienced cyber threats online and that 1 in 10 adolescents or teens have had embarrassing or damaging pictures taken of themselves without their permission, -----Consumers Report 2011 shows that one million children were harassed during the past year on Facebook.
-- 49% of college/university students admitted that they have plagiarized work, although this differed radically between subjects and colleges.

DUE TO THESE FACTS, WE CAN REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF AN AUP TO GIVE EVERYONE THEIR PRIVACY AND FREEDOM BALANCED OUT. Conclusion In short, it is very important that there is an AUP in every place where electronics are extensively utilized. Electronic devices may have many advantages, but they have just as many disadvantages, so unless they are under control, they can be misused. If we focus on one place like a school, it can be concluded that students have made devices a crucial part of their education and to prevent from mistreatment of these advantages that they receive, an AUP is necessary. It should contain what a student can and cannot do, as well as the consequences, so that the students understand their actions and the possible follow up for them. All in all, Acceptable Use Policy is mandatory for a safe and secure online environment in today’s technological world. Presentation by: Importance of Acceptable Use Policy Now a few questions to check your understanding An Acceptable Use Policy is a written set of rules that allows and forbids actions performed on electronic devices. This policy can be determined by looking at the advantages and disadvantages of electronic devices. Let us focus on school through this presentation. THE END!! What is the full-form for an AUP?
In general, what is an AUP?
Why is an AUP utilized in school systems?
State 2 advantages of applying an AUP.
State 2 potential consequences for violating an AUP.
SO, DO YOU THINK AN AUP IS HELPFUL OR NOT? Some of the advantages are that everyone gets more connected and for educational purposes, students can research, plan, and create documents and present information to teachers through presentations. There are also many disadvantages of the usage of consumer electronics and many can use it with a negative intent or state of mind. Let us compare it to a gun, it is not the gun that is harmful but the harmfulness depends on the user of the gun. It can be used to catch criminals as well as to kill an innocent person. Computers and other electronic devices similarly can be used for purposes such as piracy, false data, spam, threats, cyber bullying, etc... This is the reason to have consequences for such incorrect uses. These consequences are determined by Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). Krupali Shah
Nidhi Shelat Cut at 1:30 CONSEQUENCES The potential consequences for violating an AUP are: Termination of the user`s access to the account/network. Loss of computer/internet privileges. Automatic responsibility of the user to take care of any remedial finances. Involvement of law enforcement agencies - to whom the information regarding any illegal incident on school/other networks, will be handed over to. A suspension of the student or user who was involved in the violation of the AUP. Minimum of one week. Table of Contents: -- Intro
-- Definition
-- Advantages/Disadvantages
--Reason behind AUP
-- Video
-- Own AUP and Consequences
-- Reference References Links:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acceptable_use_policy--http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.ca/2011/09/update-your-acceptable------use-policy-this.html--http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/letsnet/noframes/teachers/art/b9u1l4.html--http://schools.cbe.ab.ca/b816/_docs/AUP_AgreementLetter.pdf --http://etec.ctlt.ubc.ca/510wiki/Copyright_and_Plagiarism --http://www.bullyingstatistics.org/content/cyber-bullying-statistics.html--http://www.varsity.co.uk/news/1058
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