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Anne Bubnic

Email Archiving - 0 views

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    Public schools and local governments may have more stringent requirements than most businesses for email archiving and electronic discovery. Yet, with their limited budgets, schools and local governments are often the least equipped to respond.The newly revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure define how email must be handled in federal court cases. Businesses tend to think that the FRCP focus is on interstate lawsuits. Schools and governments, however, also need to be concerned with emails relating to federally funded activities or any activity governed by federal legislation.In addition, schools and local governments have the burden of responding to (1) requests under open meeting and Freedom of Information Act laws, (2) offensive emails or those with sexual content involving students, and (3) emailed threats.
Anne Bubnic

Dealing with the digital divide - 0 views

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    Just before midnight, an eMail popped into Robert Morris University professor Chris Davis' eMail box. It was from a student. When the student did not receive an immediate reply, another eMail arrived 30 minutes later. By the time Davis logged on the following morning, he had four eMails from this student. "A lot of our younger students using technology are used to that instant gratification when they reach out and ping somebody," Davis said. "But I tell students I'm not available 24 hours a day."
Anne Bubnic

Ruling: Schools must archive eMail - 0 views

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    New rules make eMail, instant messages subject to legal review. According to new federal rules that went into effect Dec. 1, schools, businesses, and other organizations are required to keep tabs on all eMail, instant messages (IM), and other digital communications produced by their employees.
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Anne Bubnic

How to Protect Kids' Privacy Online: A Guide for Teachers - 1 views

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    Many school districts are adopting Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) to educate parents and students about Internet use and issues of online privacy and safety, and seek parental consent for their children's use of the Internet. For example, an AUP may tell parents about the privacy policies of online services with which a school has contracts and students' use of non-contract websites. It may include cautions against children disclosing personal information to websites - such as their full name, home or email address, and telephone number. Or it may tell parents that the school has established classroom email accounts rather than individual accounts if email communication is necessary between students and online services.
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Buy Edu Emails - - 0 views

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    Buy Edu Emails There are plenty of reasons why you might want to buy Email addresses with a .edu extension. Maybe you're a marketer who wants to target college students, or maybe you're trying to set up a mass Email account and need a lot of addresses quickly. Whatever your reasons, there are a few things you should keep in mind before making your purchase.
Anne Bubnic

Easy eMail Archiving - 0 views

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    A collection of stories from the eSchool News archives, as well as some additional resources, to help you make an informed decision as you evaluate your school or district's eMail archiving needs.
Anne Bubnic

Email Prank at Brooklyn Tech: A Lesson for All - 1 views

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    Student government members at BTHS received an email saying a construction accident caused school to be closed the following day. From there, the message spread rapidly across social networks. Problem was there had been no accident, and the email, while appearing to come from an official school address, was a gag, which the student newspaper subsequently reported later that evening. "This looked believable, but it could not be corroborated from an official source," says Kevin Jarrett. That's critical, he says, and goes to the cornerstone of any lesson on Internet safety for students-make sure to know where information is coming from by developing a healthy skepticism. But administrators also need to learn how easily these kinds of pranks can be generated."
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5 Ways to Master Microsoft Outlook and Save Time - 0 views

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    The life of an independent adjuster can be chaotic. Every day there are hundreds of emails to prioritize and many appointments or conference calls to schedule. How do you keep it all organized and maximize your time? One way is to master a tool most of us already have: Microsoft Outlook. Microsoft Outlook is a great email platform that offers folders, calendars, task lists and other great scheduling tools.
Anne Bubnic

What Petraeus affair teaches about email. - 5 views

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    Those who still have illusions about online privacy might want to consider the old adage "I can keep secrets; it's the people I tell who can't."
Anne Bubnic

Back to School Tips| Americans for Technology Leadership - 0 views

  • Cyberbullying Cyberbullying or online bullying is repeated, unwanted or cruel behavior against someone through computers, cell phones, gaming consoles, or other Internet-based means. The Internet is always “on,” opening the door for 24-hour harassment. Cyberbullies can be anonymous. They never have to confront their victims, they don’t have to be physically stronger and cyberbullies may be virtually invisible to parents and adults.
  • Look for warning signs your child may be the victim of cyberbullying – depression, lack of interest in school and friends, drop in grades and subtle comments that something may be wrong. If your child is the victim of cyberbullying, take action. By filtering email, instant messages and text messages, you can cut off many of the ways the cyberbullies contact your child. By having your child avoid the sites and groups where the attacks occur, he/she can ignore the bully. If harassment continues, change your child’s email address, user names and Internet account. If these steps do not stop the cyberbullying, contact the parents of the child who is behind the bullying, contact the school, and if the situation is not resolved, involve the police. It’s important to compile copies of harassing emails and postings to have evidence for authorities or the school, so they can take action. Look for signs that your child may be the cyberbully themselves – if they sign onto the Internet under someone else’s name, if they use someone else’s password without their permission, if they posted rude or mean things about someone else online, if they use bad language online, or if they changed their profile or away message designed to embarrass or frighten someone. Talk to your kids about cyberbullying and why it’s wrong and hurtful.
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    As children go back to school, many parents are concerned about how their children will be using the computer and Internet devices in the classroom. Communication is key. Parents need to talk with their children about how to use the Internet safely, potential threats and appropriate usage of the Internet. By understanding both the benefits and the risks of Internet use, families can have a safer and more secure online experience. This article includes key tips on cyberbullying, internet safety, privacy and security.
Anne Bubnic

Ten Ways to Prevent Cyberbullying [HotChalk] - 0 views

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    Cyberbullying is the practice of posting or sending harmful images or text via the Internet or other digital communication tools, such as cell phones, email, instant messaging, chat rooms, video game spaces or social networking environments such as My Space and Facebook. Following are some tips for parents and educators to help keep kids safe.
Anne Bubnic

Pew Internet: Writing, Technology and Teens - 0 views

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    Teens write a lot, but they do not think of their emails, instant and text messages as writing. This disconnect matters because teens believe good writing is an essential skill for success and that more writing instruction at school would help them.
Anne Bubnic

Kidscape Advice: Cyberbullying/Cybersafety Issues - 0 views

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    Kidscape is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. Their site offers cyberbullying advice for kids on Text/Video Messaging, Chatrooms & IM, Email and cyberbullying done via web sites.
Anne Bubnic

Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - 1 views

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    "Facebook must now reveal the names, email and IP addresses of those behind abusive messages, showing who they are and where they posted from in a case where a woman won court backing to reveal the identities of cyberbullies who targeted her with a string of abusive messages on Facebook.
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China: Explosions In The Distance - 0 views

  • A greater proportion (than in the West) of Chinese users get online via Internet cafes or from work. China's Internet environment is much different than the American one. The Chinese Internet is heavily policed, with over 30,000 cyber cops blocking content that is considered hostile to the communist dictatorship that has run the country for the last 60 years.
  • Chinese who say the wrong thing on message boards, chat rooms or email, are subject to detection and punishment.
  • ot so much for cyber criminals. Some 52 percent of the Internet based criminality can be traced to China (versus 21 percent to the United States). It is believed that the Chinese government tolerates the cyber criminals, as long as these black hat geeks do espionage, and Cyber War tasks for the government.
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  • A greater proportion (than in the West) of Chinese users get online via Internet cafes or from work. China's Internet environment is much different than the American one. The Chinese Internet is heavily policed, with over 30,000 cyber cops blocking content that is considered hostile to the communist dictatorship that has run the country for the last 60 years. Chinese who say the wrong thing on message boards, chat rooms or email, are subject to detection and punishment. Not so much for cyber criminals. Some 52 percent of the Internet based criminality can be traced to China (versus 21 percent to the United States). It is believed that the Chinese government tolerates the cyber criminals, as long as these black hat geeks do espionage, and Cyber War tasks for the government.
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    China now has the largest Internet population, with 253 million users. The U.S. is second with 223 million users. While 70 percent of Americans are online, only about 20 percent of Chinese are. Current growth trends indicate that, in the next few years,
Anne Bubnic

FL Virtual School Student Orientation: Internet Safety - 0 views

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    Florida Virtual School includes a learning module on Internet Safety in their student orientation materials. Through colorful flash-based adventures, students solve four Internet Security mysteries and learn about cyberstalking, identity theft, cyberbullying and email scams, then create their own Internet pledges based on NetSmartz materials. ISafe materials on cyberbullying and copyright are also included as downloads in the resource section.
Anne Bubnic

Top 5 Technologies used to Cyberbully - 0 views

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    The following is a list of five technologies currently employed by cyberbullies to intimidate other kids. Learn more about how each tool is used at this site.
    1. MySpace, Facebook and other social networking sites
    2. Instant Messaging
    3. Email
    4. Photoshop
    5. Blogs
Anne Bubnic

Behaveyourself.com: Online Manners Matter | Edutopia - 0 views

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    From email to social networking to classroom blogs, today's students are online, both in and out of school -- a lot. But there's no one out in cyberspace to make sure they wash behind their digital ears and refuse cookies from online strangers. Given this potentially dangerous void, schools will increasingly extend their supervisory reach, giving lessons at every grade level on netiquette -- call it Online Manners and Ethics 101.
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