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Paul Beaufait

Google+ demands your real name: Pseudonyms suspended - SlashGear - 20 views

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    "Google suggested that "using Google Profiles to help people find and connect with you online is how the product is best used," and in short decided that it would not allow any other use outside of that. Those with their Google Profiles set to private after the end of July will have them automatically deleted."
Maggie Verster

Digital Citizenship Continuum - 37 views

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    What we should be teaching learners in ict in schools
Maggie Verster

ICTs in Education (ICT4E) : Policies and Plans worldwide - 22 views

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    "This document is a compilation of available worldwide ICT4E policies and plans, at both a national and Ministry of Education level (where available).To enhance the reach and quality of teaching and learning through the effective use of ICTs, policy makers need to be aware of how to best utilize ICTs to create value-add for their country's education system. A supportive policy environment and framework, developed at the national level is key to the successful integration of ICTs into any education system. "
Maggie Verster

Debating the propriety of blanket censorship by school IT departments » Movin... - 12 views

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    "we need to make sure that networks work FOR THE USERS, not the IT department."
Maggie Verster

Guidelines for Policy Makers on Child Online Protection - Zunia.org - 7 views

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    In order to formulate a national strategy focusing on online child safety, policy makers need to consider a range of strategies.This document includes a number of key areas for consideration. These Guidelines have been prepared in the context of the Child Online Protection (COP) Initiative in order to establish the foundations for a safe and secure cyber world for future generations. They are meant to act as a blueprint which can be adapted and used in a way which is consistent with national or local customs and laws. Moreover, it will be appreciated that these guidelines address issues which might affect all children and young people under the age of 18 but each age group will have different needs.
Maggie Verster

Fresh research showing the damage of filtering 'real world' technology - 0 views

    • Maggie Verster
       
      I have been advocating for our school technology admins to address firewalling and filtering...this is great!
Maggie Verster

Social networking guidelines for teachers - 0 views

  • But ignoring this risk doesn't make it go away; indeed, it leaves many students ill-equipped to make intelligent decisions about what to do when they encounter this kind of material in real life, as they are certain to do. Learners who have access to social media and adult support for reflecting on their engagement with it in their homes will be prepared, of course
    • Maggie Verster
       
      Well put!!!
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    A set of nine guidelines, not intended to be the final word but intended to start a conversation "in the best of social networking tradition." Some refinements included.
Maggie Verster

Social Media Guidelines for Schools - 1 views

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    This is a collaborative project to generate Social Media Guidelines for school districts. The goal of this guideline is to provide instructional employees, staff, students, administrators, parents and the school district community direction when using social media applications both inside and outside the classroom.
Maggie Verster

An overview of copyright law for teachers - 0 views

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    Copyright law provides educators with a separate set of rights in addition to fair use, to display (show) and perform (show or play) others' works in the classroom. This article give an oveview of copyright for educators
Maggie Verster

Learner acceptable use agreement - 0 views

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    An example of an AUP for learners from @dajbelshaw
Maggie Verster

Reading: Friending your students - a researcher's perspective - 0 views

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    A great article on if it is a good idea to befriend your learners on social networks
Maggie Verster

Teaching Copyright - 1 views

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    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.
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