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1. Acceptable Use Policy
2. Parental Consent
3. To publish Names... or Not
4. Readings on Protecting Children

1. Signed Acceptable Use Policies on File

Your school or school district should have an Acceptable Use Policy in place that spells out what standards of conduct you expect of your students. (These standards of conduct are designed to protect the student.)

Be sure that every one of your Webbing students has their AUP signed by the student and his/her parents on file.

The resources below will help your school develop an AUP.

Creating Board Policies for Student Use of the Internet
http://fromnowon.org/fnomay95.html Remote Internet Connection Required
by Jamie Mckenzie is a useful article which discusses some of the issues you should consider as you develop your own AUP.
 
Armadillo -- Rice University, Texas
http://www.rice.edu/armadillo/acceptable.html Remote Internet Connection Required
A collection of AUP's and information about AUP's.
 
California Depart Ed Acceptable Use Policy District Guidelines
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ftpbranch/retdiv/k12/ntpg/
Appendix_E/main.html
Remote Internet Connection Required
Discussion of principles and guidelines to observe in developing AUP's.
 
The CoVis Network Use Policy
http://www.covis.nwu.edu/CoVis_AUP.html Remote Internet Connection Required
Includes a template for you to use and a paper on the topic.

page 1: Acceptable Use Policy
page 2: Obtain Parental Consent
page 3: To publish Names... or Not
page 4: Readings on Protecting Children

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