Social Media Policies in Education
Winter 2011 | Volume 17 | Number 4 Can Social Media and School Policies be "Friends"?
In 1763, a royal decree was issued from Great Britain to the North American colonists: Do not?
Digital media policies in schools – often referred to as Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) – have two dimensions.
From Revolution to Constitution.
Rudimentary forms of social networking have existed for more than a decade, but the past few years have witnessed an incredible increase in the use of social networking tools (sometimes called "Web 2.0").
S ocial media isn’t really “new.”
The Bloggers' FAQ on Student Blogging addresses legal issues arising from student blogging.
Adopted by the NCTE Executive Committee, November 2008
As today's tech-savvy teens become increasingly involved with technology and the Internet for learning, work, civic engagement, and entertainment, it is vital to ensure that they understand their legal rights and responsibilities under copyright law and also how the law affects creativity and innovation.
Sharlyn Lauby is the president of Internal Talent Management (ITM) which specializes in employee training and human resources consulting. She authors a blog at hrbartender.com .
By William Deresiewicz William Deresiewicz discusses the shaky future of friendship on New Hampshire Public Radio's Word of Mouth Wednesday, December 16 at 12:40 p.m. Listen to the episode here.
Mike Laurie works at London agency Made by Many where he helps design social digital stuff. You follow him on Twitter @mikelaurie . Over the last 10 years, we've seen social media galvanize thousands over politics, create as many industries as it has destroyed, and offer an abundance of visual and audio entertainment.
The Internet of Things is fast approaching and with it comes Web 3.0, where "social awareness" will replace "social networking."
ISSUE: To realize the benefits of technology, schools must develop a plan for integrating technology into the curriculum. An effective technology plan is based on the shared vision of educators, parents, community members, and business leaders who have technological expertise. It ensures that technology strengthens existing curricula and supports meaningful, engaged learning for all students.
3_31 Good list of court cases and findings. Ways to network safely by Mar 31
4-6 more rules of engagement - but some new ones by Apr 5