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This basic-to-intermediate level seminar will benefit professionals who deal with the complicated legal landscape of access to technology in schools. Those who should attend include: School Law Attorneys, Administrators, Teachers, School Board Members, Counselors

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Our experienced faculty will help you stay educated on the risks and legal precedents in our ever-changing electronic world. (see full course description)

 

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Are you keeping up with the legal complexities of technology in schools?

As access to computers and other cyber gadgets becomes embedded in the day-to-day life of schools, boundaries are becoming blurred. Is your school prepared for the risks and liabilities involved with e-communication, misconduct and discipline? Our experienced faculty will help you stay educated on the risks and legal precedents in our ever-changing electronic world. Register today!

  • Identify the best ways to maintain confidentiality in email communications.
  • Stay on guard to protect your students from cyberbullying.
  • Understand competing rights in cyber misconduct cases.
  • Discern the best ways to impart internet safety education.
  • Examine employer and employee liability in computer use.
  • Take clear steps to avoid internet copyright violations in school.
  • Provide effective discipline when cyber misconduct problems occur.
  • Gain practical tips for creating technology use policies.
  • Keep current on sources of employer rights to regulate internet use.


STUDENT ISSUES
9:00 - 10:15 and 10:30 - 11:15, Stephen D. Ciotoli

  • EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS AS STUDENT RECORDS
      • Maintaining the Confidentiality of Email Student Records
      • Protection From Innocent and Unauthorized Users
      • Protection From Hackers and Intentional Misusers
  • DISCIPLINE
      • Student Cyber Misconduct
      • The First Amendment and Students
      • Technology Use Policies
      • Off-Campus Misconduct
  • CYBERBULLYING
      • Methods of Cyberbullying
      • Venues for Cyberbullying
      • Disciplining Cyberbullies
      • Bullying Prevention
      • Internet Safety Education

EMAIL AND THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT
11:15 - 12:00, Dr. Matthew R. Fletcher

EMPLOYEE COMPUTER USE
1:00 - 2:45, Thomas J. Franta

  • WHY MONITOR USE?
  • EMPLOYER LIABILITY FOR FAILING TO PROPERLY MONITOR USE
  • EMPLOYER LIABILITY FOR IMPROPER MONITORING
      • Fourth Amendment Privacy Concerns
      • Use of Computer Use Policies and Uniform Enforcement
  • EMPLOYEE CYBER MISCONDUCT
      • Competing Rights
      • Sources of Employer Rights to Regulate
      • Investigating “Cyber Misconduct”
      • What Form of Discipline May be Imposed?

COPYRIGHT IN SCHOOLS
3:00 - 4:30, R. Stephen Rosenholm

  • REVIEW OF COPYRIGHT
  • TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COPYRIGHT HARMONIZATION ACT (TEACH)
  • FAIR USE AND TEACH

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